Santa Monica High School, informally known as Samohi, is located in Santa Monica, California. Founded in 1884, it is one of the oldest high schools in the state.
It changed location several times in its early years before settling into its present campus at 601 Pico Boulevard. It is a part of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.
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