ALUMNI - 9,560 Graduates and Counting
Class of '85 - MA, Counseling/Education, University of San Francisco, Executive Director, The Children's Village of Sonoma CountyLINKEDIN PROFILE >
Class of '80 - BS, Mechanical Engineering Technology, CSU Sacramento, Chief engineer, Honda R&D AmericasLINKEDIN PROFILE >
Class of ‘78 - BS, Cal-Poly-San Luis Obispo - M.S. Santa Clara University - Systems Engineering Manager, Space Systems LoralLINKEDIN PROFILE >
Josh Beggs Woodlander
Class of ‘89 – BA, Cultural Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz, UX Designer 1stWave Interactive, Author “Designing Web Audio”LINKEDIN PROFILE >
Class of '81 - BS, Managerial Economics, UC Davis, Owner, FP Management, LLCVIEW PROFILE >
Class of '97 - BA, Computer Art/Electronic Music, UC Santa Cruz, Partner, Chief Technical Officer, Modern Tribe, Inc.VIEW PROFILE >
Class of '97 - PhD, Genetics and Genomics, Duke University, Assistant Professor, CSU Monterey BayVIEW PROFILE >
Matthew R. Lilligren
Class of ’99 - University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (J.D., with great distinction, 2006), Litigation AttorneyVIEW PROFILE >
El Molino Boosters is a volunteer non-profit organization which, through the efforts of parents, staff, students, business and community supporters, raises money to help with a variety of needs and programs at El Molino High School. Click here for more information.
MEETINGS: Meetings are held the 4th Monday of every month at 6 p.m. in the El Molino faculty lounge which is next door to room D1
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Together, we are El Molino!
Lion Lines is an informative look at the great work our El Molino students do at school, in the community, and beyond. For suggestions and topics for Lion Lines please contact Patty Sullivan at email@example.com or Mary Fricker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our El Molino Ag Boosters are composed of parents/guardians of current and past El Molino students, members of the community, and supporters of our Forestville FFA chapter. Each year our Ag Boosters members raise money for our chapter to attend numerous conferences, competitions, field trips, and leadership events through the year.Our meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 6pm in J5. All are welcomed to attend! More Information about Forestville FFA Ag Boosters FFA Ag Boosters Facebook Page
The Performing Arts Alliance consists of parents, teachers and other community members dedicated to supporting music, dance, theater and visual arts at El Molino. Community members are invited to attend the meetings, held at 6 p.m., the first Monday of every month, in the faculty lounge at El Molino.
The El Molino High School Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) 3 public benefit corporation. The primary objectives and purposes of the Foundation are to serve as a charitable organization which unites El Molino’s alumni, parents of current and past students, faculty and interested community members in order to:
- Promote community involvement in the school
- Provide financial support for the school and its programs
- Preserve and document the history and traditions of El Molino High School.
Friends of Music
El Molino Friends of Music Foundation welcomes your support. Some of the ways our fundraising efforts contribute to the success of the music department are with direct support to instrument purchases and repairs, an instrument loan program, sheet music, field trips to various music festivals, teaching assistants, and performance production costs. We welcome any and all participation in our efforts to maintain and develop the Music Department at El Molino High School. We thank you for your generous support!
El Molino High School is blessed with the support of many community groups in addition to the ones highlighted above. Whatever your interest, there's a place for you!
The El Molino Action Alliance promotes the school and coordinates the activities of all the community groups. The English Learners Advisory Committee helps with programs for students whose first language isn't English. The Ag Advisory Committee organizes local industry and community support and advises on curriculum. Project Graduation ensures that graduation night is safe and fun. The Site Council is composed of representatives of the entire school community who review curricular programs and serve as an advisory to the principal.
The Russian River Valley Winegrowers Foundation, the Russian River Rotary, the Rotary Club of Sebastopol Sunrise, the Rotary Club of Sebastopol, the Bohemian Club, and many other organizations contribute time and money to the school.
On an individual basis, community members are tutors, mentors, coaches, club supporters, Senior Project judges, performing arts helpers, donors, sponsors, teaching assistants, and more.
We couldn't make it without you. Call to find where you can fit in or to create your own unique spot.