San Gorgonio High School

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San Gorgonio high school
2299 Pacific Street
San Bernardino, California, 92404
United States
School type Senior high school
Motto We Expect Excellence: Everyone, Everywhere, Everytime
Founded 1965
School district San Bernardino city unified school district
Principal Dion Clark
Vice principal Guadalupe Berzunza,Stephanie Vaughn,Trish Lindsay
Grades 9-12
Number of students approx.3000
Color(s) Blue, black, white
Mascot Spartans
Nickname San G
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Newspaper 'Oracle'
Yearbook "Summit"
Communities served San Bernardino, Highland

San Gorgonio High School is a comprehensive senior high school in the San Bernardino City Unified School District. Its campus is located at the corner of Pacific Street and Arden Avenue on the border between San Bernardino and Highland, California.


The school gained some notoriety when in 1979, four sisters, including future Olympic Gold Medalists junior Sherri Howard and freshman Denean Howard), plus sisters senior Artra and sophomore Tina set the NFHS (National High School) record in the 4 x 400 metres relay. The record read: (Howard, Howard, Howard, Howard) 3:44.1[1] Artra graduated and the other sisters then moved to John F. Kennedy High School (Los Angeles)[2]


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