Los Osos High School

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Los Osos High School
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Information
Type Public
Established 2001
Principal Ms. Susan Petrocelli
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 4,161
Color(s)             Blue , Gold & White
Mascot Grizzly
Rival Rancho Cucamonga High School
Newspaper The Grizzly Gazette (official)

The Alternative (independent)

Yearbook Montivagus
Website

Los Osos High School is one of eight public schools in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. LOHS is located in the city of Rancho Cucamonga in Southern California's Inland Empire in the United States.

The Los Osos Regiment[edit]

Under the director of bands, Dr. Sam Andress, Marching Band and Color Guard is a 4 time winner of Las Vegas invitational 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 tournament with 1st place.

In 2013, the band and color guard entered the 6A division for the first time in Los Osos history.

The band and color guard attends football games, performances, tournaments, and parades, including Disneyland, Las Vegas, and more.

Activities[edit]

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.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

CIF Championships[edit]

Women's Water Polo - 2009 & 2012

Men's Roller Hockey - 2002-2006 National Champions 2005

Men's football - 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ http://nflnationals.org/book/ List of NFL Entries for the National Tournament
  2. ^ "AsianFanatics Forum > 2PM - Nichkhun Horvejkul". Asianfanatics.net. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 

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