9 to 12
110.7 (on FTE basis)
| All students can grow and achieve. It is everyone's responsibility to see that the opportunity is present.|
824 Washington St, Fairfield, CA 94533, USA
Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
Vanden High School, Vacaville High School, Will C Wood High School, Solano Community College, Jesse Bethel High Sch
Robert E. "Rufus" Bowen (Class of 1964), Mathematician
Johnny Colla, Huey Lewis and the News Saxophonist/Guitarist
Huck Flener, Major League Baseball player
Robert F. Hale (Class of 1964), Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller)
George Martin (Class of 1971), National Football League player
Pat Morita, actor
Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, an American sustainability advocate and the CEO of the anti-poverty organization Green For All.
Leigh Stevens, Blue Cheer Guitarist
Doug Martin (Class of 1976), National Football League Minnesota Vikings
Armijo High School Wikipedia
Armijo High School is a public secondary school located in Fairfield, California. It is the oldest of the three high schools in the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School district, the other two being Fairfield High School and Angelo Rodriguez High School. It is named after the Armijo family, who purchased one of the original six land grants in Solano County awarded to General Mariano Vallejo. The school serves about 2600 students in grades 9 to 12, as one of the three main Secondary Schools in the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District.
The school started in 1891 with 30 students in a single classroom located in the Crystal Elementary School building. In 1893, separate wooden building was built for use as the high school. In 1915, the school moved to a large stone building on Union Avenue in downtown Fairfield that is now used as the Solano County courthouse. There it stayed for nearly 50 years, with construction completed in 1964 on a newer facility located on Washington Street, roughly two blocks from the Union Avenue location.