Los Osos High School
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|Los Osos High School|
|School district||Chaffey Joint Union High School District|
|Principal||Ms. Susan Petrocelli|
|Rival||Rancho Cucamonga High School|
|Newspaper||The Grizzly Gazette (official)
The Alternative (independent)
|Website||Osos High School|
Los Osos High School is a public high school located in the city of Rancho Cucamonga in Southern California's Inland Empire in the United States. It operates as part of the Chaffey Joint Union High School District
The Los Osos Regiment
Under the director of bands, Dr. Sam Andress, Marching Band and Color Guard is a 4 time winner of Las Vegas invitational, a 2008 SCSBOA 5A champions 50th annual Chaffey tournament winner, a 2 time Rowland High School field show winner, and a winner of the Sierra Vista Jazz champions national recognition playing on the USS Midway.
In 2011, the Los Osos Band and Color Guard managed 2nd place at the SCSBOA tournament.
In 2007 & 2012, the Los Osos Band and Color Guard won the SCSBOA 5A tournament with 1st place.
In 2013, the Los Osos Band and Color Guard entered the 6A division for the first time in Los Osos High School history.
The band and color guard attends football games, performances, tournaments, and parades, including Disneyland, Founder's Day, and more.
In the 2009-2010 school year, the speech and debate team had four National Qualifiers, and two members of the team made elimination rounds at Nationals in the same year. In 2010-2011, the school had three Southern California Champions and four National Qualifiers.
- Richard Brehaut, UCLA quarterback
- Nichkhun Buck Horvejkul, Thai-American entertainer, member of the South Korean boy band 2PM.
- Addison Reed, Major League Baseball pitcher for the Chicago White Sox
- Kendall Williams, University of New Mexico starting point guard
Women's Water Polo - 2009, 2013, 2014
Women's Soccer- 2012
Men's Water Polo- 2008, 2012, 2013
Men's Swimming - 2013, 2014
Insert Alma Mater of Los Osos High School here.
All hail to thee our alma mater,
The blue, the gold and the white,
Notes and references
High School Home Page
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