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Wear the Don in Honor of the 30th Anniversary of San Carlos High’s Closure

Released in time for the 30-year anniversary of the school's closure in 1982, the shirts were created by LT & Associates Marketing's Laura Teutschel, a former Don herself.


Newcomers to this great city may not even know that San Carlos had its own High School but the longtime locals do. And thus was born the San Carlos High School Dons commemorative T shirt.

The shirts feature the San Carlos Don mascot (whose political correctness is delightfully lacking) and are designed in Men's or Women's style and sizes (in San Carlos High red of course!).

Released in time for the 30-year anniversary of the school's closure in 1982, the shirts were created by LT & Associates Marketing's Laura Teutschel, a former Don herself.

"There’s so much nostalgia for San Carlos High, I had to do something fun with it," Teutschel said.

The shirts are now in their third printing and San Carlos High Alumni from all over are snatching up the shirts including former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, an alumna from the class of 1977.

Of course, you don't have to be an alumni of the school to want to proudly wear such a great shirt.

San Carlos High School opened in 1960, and was closed in 1982 after the Sequoia High School District was forced to close a campus due to declining enrollment. The campus was located on Melendy Drive, now the site of several homes as well as Highlands Park, which was the site of the High School’s sports fields. 

To purchase your San Carlos High Commemorative T-Shirt click the link here.


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M.T. August 19, 2012 at 04:54 PM
I wouldn't exactly call the mascot design "delightful."
Tom Vannucci September 07, 2012 at 03:26 AM
it was our mascot and it is 'delightful'! Don't forget it was the era of Stanford 'Indians' too...political correctness be damned I say!... Tom Vannucci 1972

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