Paramount High School
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|Paramount High School|
|West campus: 14708 Paramount Blvd
Paramount, California 90723
Senior campus: 14429 Downey Ave
Paramount, California 90723
|Motto||"Once a Pirate, Always a Pirate"|
|School district||Paramount Unified School District|
|Principal||Greg Buckner, Ed.D. (Senior Campus); Morrie Kosareff (West Campus)|
|Athletics conference||San Gabriel Valley League|
Paramount High School is a comprehensive public high school in Paramount, California, USA. It is part of the Paramount Unified School District. The school serves students in grades 9–12 on two campuses, West Campus for 9th grade students and Senior Campus for grades 10–12. Being the largest school in the area with one of the highest populations in California, most students enrolled come from the cities of Paramount, Lakewood, Bellflower, Long Beach, Rancho Dominguez and South Gate.
- West Campus, which serves ninth grade students, located at 14708 Paramount Blvd.
- Senior Campus, which serves grades 10–12, located at 14429 Downey Ave.
Paramount High School offers a comprehensive curriculum. A number of Advanced Placement classes are available for interested students.
The Paramount Pirates play in the San Gabriel Valley League against Lynwood, Downey, Warren, Dominguez and Gahr. The Paramount boys' soccer team was 2010 Division III and State Regional Division I CIF champions. The Paramount wrestling team was 2011 Division VI CIF runner-up. In 2012, the Paramount boys varsity tennis won the first ever 4-peat in tennis. The recent years that tennis has won league, was in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
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