Class of 1967 Class Reunion - September 16th & 17th, 2017Top of Page

Reunion - Class of 2007: Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pmTop of Page


Dear Woodside Class of 2007 Alumni,

Due to a lack of ticket sales to-date to cover the expense of our preferred private venue, we have changed the location of our 10 Year High School Reunion to Fieldwork Brewing Company in San Mateo and will no longer be charging for the event.  That’s right – the event is now FREE ADMISSION – but all attendees will be responsible for purchasing their own beer and food. The time of the event remains the same. Fieldwork Brewing Company is an awesome new pub in San Mateo to host our reunion, offering craft beer, food, and free bocce ball courts – a huge plus!  We will be holding several tables in the large courtyard for our party – look for the orange balloons. Please see below updated information: 




Saturday, September 23, 2017


5:00 PM – 8:00 PM


Fieldwork Brewing Company

3030 S Delaware St

San Mateo, CA 94403

Craft beer, food, and bocce ball!




Children are allowed to attend

 ***For those that have already purchased tickets for Devil’s Canyon Brewery, we will be issuing your refund today; it will take approximately 1-3 business days to receive your refund.  If you have any concerns regarding your refund, please email*** 

Please know that our intention for changing location and FREE admission is to make this event feasible for all alumni and guests to attend (children included).  We apologize for any inconvenience this change may have caused, but are hopeful that this 2 week advanced notice will encourage all those who have not yet committed to attend this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reunite with our high school classmates!!! Again, guests are welcomed and encouraged to attend! Please help us out by sharing this information – let’s spread the word! 

See you all on September 23rd at Fieldwork Brewing Company!!!


Sabrina Garretson, Nicole Greco, & Nick Mantani
Senior Class Officers

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SOS Scholarship FundTop of Page

Students Offering Support (SOS) is alive and well at Woodside High School!

Since 2005, Sharon Yoerg and Maureen Campbell have been awarding scholarships to exceptional Woodside High School peer leaders. We hope to keep this tradition alive and here’s how you can help.

  • Send a donation through PayPal to or mail a check to
    • SOS Scholarship Fund
    c/o Gwen Sidley
    Woodside High School
    199 Churchill Ave.
    Woodside, CA 94002
  • Post this message on your Facebook or other social media sites
  • Email/text this message to other SOS Alumni and friends
Play it forward---Keep the peer helper spirit alive! Thanks so much!

Alumni Campus ToursTop of Page

Hey all you WOODIES!!!

Are you planning your Class Reunion soon? Did you know you can include a tour of the school campus in your weekend of events?

I will take the group for an hour+ tour and make about 10 stops to the old and new sites. You will be amazed at all that has happened at your old/new school!!!

Please contact me at, if you are interested.

Go Wildcats!!!
Karen Seiko Arimoto-Peterson, Class of 1964

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Connect with WHS AlumniTop of Page

Please note that the above link is a link to a private company and does not have any official affiliation with Woodside High School or the Woodside High School Alumni Association, which is still in the infant stages of being created.

We have chosen to include this link to assist alumnus with connecting with their former classmates.

If you are interested in Woodside High School sprit wear, please visit the Student Store link on our website or contact our Director of Student Activities, Leslie With.


Any merchandise purchased or donations made to this link will not go to Woodside High School.

Did you know?Top of Page

In Bay Area, Woodstock memories still linger
The Santana Blues Band played both Woodside (the high school) and Woodstock (the festival) in 1969.