Year opened: 1958; Original high school replaced with new building in 2009.
Grade levels: 9-12
Type of school: Public
Number of students: 1,227
Graduating Class: 311
Teaching Faculty: 82.5 (Full time equivalent)
Student-Teacher Ratio: 10.6:1
Length of semester: 18 weeks
Campus acreage: 50 acres
Facilities: 328,000 square foot energy-efficient (LEED certified) building with two-story and three-story classroom wings surrounding landscaped interior courtyard. Highlights include state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, an 850-seat professional grade theater, a lecture hall with tiered seating, high performance athletic facilities, a multi-purpose black box theater, a greenhouse, a television studio, multi-media production facilities, a music technology laboratory, a full-service cafeteria with indoor/outdoor seating, playing fields and all-weather turf stadium and track, wetlands and a soaring glass-encased library that serves as the building's exterior focal point and interior anchor.
Percentage of minority students: 17.9% (9.7% Black/African-American, 6.3% Asian/Asian-American, 1.9% Latino/Hispanic)
School mascots: Rams (sports); Highlander (student symbol)
School colors: Red, white and black
Lynda Resnick (1960) - President/CEO Roll International Corporation (POM Wonderful, Fiji Water, Teleflora)
Andy Hertzfeld (1971) - Personal computing pioneer, member of the original Apple Macintosh design team
Susan Kare (1971) - Graphic designer and originator of icons and typefaces for Apple Computer
Alon Shaya (1997) - Award-winning chef; 2-time James Beard Award winner (Best Chef, Best New Restaurant)
Lawrence Summers (1972) - Former President of Harvard University, Former Secretary of the Treasury
Arn Tellem (1972) - Sports agent named "One of the 50 Most Influential People in Sports Business"
David Crane (1975) - Emmy-award winning TV writer/producer/director, creator of "Friends"
Cherie Greer (1990) - Member of the US National Lacrosse Team, U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Adena Halpern (1987) - Best-selling author and magazine columnist
Bonnie Rosen (1988) - Gold-medal lacrosse star for US National Team; Temple women's lacrosse coach