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Encyclopedia > Mayfair High School
Mayfair High School
Address
6000 N. Woodruff Avenue
Lakewood, California, 90713, United States
Website
Mayfair High School web site
Information
School board Bellflower Unified School District
Superintendent Rick Kemppainen
Principal Lisa Azevedo
Vice principal Millie Haft, Mark Kailiponi, Michael Lundgren, Richard Pearce
School type Middle/Secondary
Grades 7-12
Language English
Mascot Mayfair Monsoon
Team name Monsoons
Enrollment 3,543 (2004)

Mayfair Middle/High School is located on 6000 North Woodruff Avenue, Lakewood, California, United States, as part of the Bellflower Unified School District (BUSD). The high school (grades nine–twelve) was founded in 1958, and the middle school (grades seven and eight) was added in 1982. Mayfair is a combination middle school and high school, having students from grades seven through twelve. Image File history File links Mayfair_aerial. ... Lakewood City Hall Lakewood is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. ... Official language(s) English Capital Sacramento Largest city Los Angeles Area  Ranked 3rd  - Total 158,302 sq mi (410,000 km²)  - Width 250 miles (400 km)  - Length 770 miles (1,240 km)  - % water 4. ... Mr. ... The Bellflower Unified School District is a school district in Los Angeles County, California. ... A kindergarten classroom in Afghanistan. ... Lakewood City Hall Lakewood is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. ... The Bellflower Unified School District is a school district in Los Angeles County, California. ...


As of 2004, Mayfair has 112 regular educations teachers and 142 classrooms serving 3,500 students from the communities of Lakewood, Bellflower, and Cerritos. Average class size is 32.1 students. 2004 is a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Lakewood City Hall Lakewood is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. ... Warning: To anyone who reads this wiki entry and thinks about visiting, or moving to Bellflower, CA. There is a creature known simply as RELYT [1]. The mythical Relyt has been long thought a creation of folklore and long sought by cryptozoologists, however recent sightings have now confirmed that the... City nicknames: The Geographic Center of Southern California The Freeway City County: Los Angeles County, California Mayor: Paul W. Bowlen (re-elected 2003) Mayor Pro Tem: Laura Lee (elected 2003) City Council: Jim Edwards (elected 2005) Gloria A. Kappe (re-elected 2003) John F. Crawley (re-elected 2005) Mottos: A...


Mayfair was recognized as a California Distinguished School, the highest award a California high school can obtain. In 2001, Mayfair received the Golden Bell award from the California School Board Association for their Academy of Animation and Digital Art Program. 24. ...


The school mascot is the "Mayfair Monsoon" — illustrated as a tornado. The school colors are blue and white. The monthly school newspaper is the Windjammer. Mayfair sports teams have won several state championships and regularly participate in the CIF Southern Section Playoffs. Noteworthy champions include the varsity football team, CIF champions in 1998[1] and 2001, and the varsity girls soccer team, CIF champions in 2001 and 2006. Mayfair's varsity boys basketball team also won the CIF Division IIA championship in 1999,[2] along with the varsity boys volleyball team, who won the CIF Division IV championship in 2004.

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Statistics

The Student population racial makeup (2004) was African-American 17.7%, American Indian or Alaska Native 0.3, Asian 5.0, Filipino 4.8, Hispanic or Latino 31.2, Pacific Islander 1.4, White (Not Hispanic) 37.1 and Multiple or No Response 2.5.

California Standardized Testing Rankings for 2004 Data reported are the percent of students achieving at the Proficient or Advanced level (meeting or exceeding the state standards).
Subject School District State
English-Language Arts 33 31 36
Mathematics 22 30 34
Science 26 19 25
History-Social Science 33 25 29
Expenditure per student for 2004 Data reported in dollars per student
School District State
$6,178 $6,882 $6,822

Notable alumni

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References

  1. ^ VICTORY PARADE PLANNED, Long Beach Press Telegram, December 17, 1998
  2. ^ MAYFAIR HIGH LOVES A PARADE, Long Beach Press Telegram, March 30, 1999
  3. ^ Josh Childress profile at NBA.com, accessed November 25, 2006
  4. ^ David Felton, Mayfair star shines at home again, Long Beach Press-Telegram, September 24, 2005
  5. ^ Jay Gibbons at the Baseball Cube
  6. ^ Biography for Geri Reischl, accessed November 25, 2006
  7. ^ Avenged Sevenfold

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External links

  • MHS Class of 1977: We are working on the reunion; Please contact us immediately! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MHSClassof1977.

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Mayfair High School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (495 words)
Mayfair is a combination middle school and high school, having students from grades seven through twelve.
Mayfair was recognized as a California Distinguished School, the highest award a California high school can obtain.
The school mascot is the "Mayfair Monsoon" — illustrated as a tornado.
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