Harbor High is one of two public high schools in Santa Cruz. The school is on Santa Cruz's eastside and is…More easily accessible from Soquel Avenue. Its mascot is the Pirate. Harbor High boasts top-rate dance and soccer teams. The school's surfing team is quickly getting noticed, as well.
"Our students form a diverse and talented community and the school is a center for the central part of Santa Cruz," Harbor High's principal, Dick Davis, says in his letter to the community on the school's website.
Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League 103 Waugh Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95065 The Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League was founded in 1976 and is comprised of eight schools. The current league members…More are Aptos High School, Soquel High School, Santa Cruz High School, Harbor High School, San Lorenzo Valley High School, Scotts Valley High School, Mt. Madonna and St. Francis Central Coast Catholic of Watsonville.
Established in 1895 Santa Cruz High was the first high school in the city. It is know for its diverse and friendly…More student population. The school offers a demanding curriculum that includes a full range of honors and Advanced Placement classes. The athletics program is also strong, and Santa Cruz High is the reigning winner of the The Shell, the annual football game against cross-town rival, Harbor High School.
The school offers a range of programs to meet the individual needs of all students. Resource specialists offer special education programs and classes for those with learning disabilities. A teen parent program helps with the needs of pregnant students and those with young children, including child care and parenting classes.
Karen Phelps, CPA 2541 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95062 Karen Phelps is a certified public accountant who provides Santa Cruz residents and businesses with auditing and…More bookkeeping services. Phelps' office is located near Harbor High School. For more information on service rates, be sure to call the telephone number provided.