West Ranch High School

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West Ranch High School
26255 Valencia Boulevard [1]
Stevenson Ranch[2], California, 91381
Type Public
Motto "Relationships, Rigor, and Relevance."
Established 2004
Principal Mark Crawford
Faculty approx. 200 +
Grades 9 - 12
Number of students 3153
Color(s) Navy Blue and Gold
Mascot Wildcats
Newspaper 'The Paw Print'
Yearbook "The Pride"

West Ranch High School is a public high school in Stevenson Ranch, California. Bob Vincent has been the school's principal since it opened in 2004. He recently resigned in the year of 2014 and Mark Crawford has taken his place. The school mascot is the Wildcat, and navy blue and gold are the school's official colors. The Paw Print is the school's official newspaper, and West Ranch TV is its official TV Network.

West Ranch High School is part of the William S. Hart High School District. During its first year of operation (2004-2005 school year), the school was located on the campus of Rancho Pico Junior High School, housing only 9th grade students and faculty. It has since moved to its own campus, housing students 9th through 12th grade. The class of 2008 was the first graduating class in the history of the high school.

West Ranch High School has been the filming site for several television shows and movies, The Unit, and the movie Stay Cool.[3]


On October 22, 2008 the school was surrounded by the "Magic" fire. The fire did not get any closer than the gates and the hills bordering the school. The school was already closed that Monday due to the fire risk, however the school was closed for an extra day due to unhealthy air conditions. The school suffered smoke damage to the gym and other buildings.


  1. ^ Google map link
  2. ^ Although West Ranch High School is often listed as being in Stevenson Ranch, the zip code 91381 specifically refers to the Newhall, Stevenson Ranch and Valencia.
  3. ^ Signal Staff (1 August 2008). "Feature film shot near West Ranch High". Santa Clarita Valley Signal. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 

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