Sheldon High School

Sheldon High School

Year Established: 1997
Mascot: Huskies
Colors: Teal, Black and White
Slogan: “Go Huskies! Every Day is a Great Day to Be a Husky!”

School History
Sheldon High School was the district’s 5th high school and the 3rd in less than ten years. The name is from the town of Sheldon on Grant Line Road, a place that had been active in the Cosumnes River gold activity of the 1850s. Sheldon is where the wagons were made. Jared Dixon Sheldon, for whom the town was named, was an amazing adventurer, entrepreneur, pioneer, and farmer of the Cosumnes River Sloughhouse area. In 1846, Sheldon obtained title from the Mexican government to 86,000 acres, the Omochumnes Land Grant. In 1851, Sheldon was shot by gold miners who had overrun his property. They objected to the dam he had built to irrigate his crops because it flooded their claims.

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Principal – Paula Duncan
Vice Principal – Aaron Munoz
Vice Principal – David Pires
Vice Principal – Victoria Siever
Vice Principal – Mary Di Stephano-Weis
Secretary – Cynthia Lowe

Contact Information
8333 Kingsbridge Drive
Sacramento, CA 95829
Phone: (916) 681-7500
Fax: (916) 681-7505

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