Cajon High School

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Cajon High School
Cajon High School crest.png
Address
1200 West Hill Drive
San Bernardino, California
United States
Coordinates 34°10′36″N 117°18′34″W / 34.1766°N 117.3095°W / 34.1766; -117.3095Coordinates: 34°10′36″N 117°18′34″W / 34.1766°N 117.3095°W / 34.1766; -117.3095
Information
Type Senior High School
Motto Sapere aude (Dare to be wise)
Established 1971
School district San Bernardino City Unified School District
Principal Teenya Bishop
Grades 9th-12th
Education system Semester
Campus Urban
Color(s) Forest Green & Gold
Mascot Cowboy
Rival Arroyo Valley High School
Yearbook Vaquero
Website

Cajon High School is located in the University District of San Bernardino, California, and is part of the San Bernardino City Unified School District.[1]

Academics[edit]

Cajon High School is part of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB)[2] including the high school portion of the Middle Years Programme and IB Diploma Programme. The school offers the AVID program as well. It has exemplary Mock Trial[3] and Academic Decathlon[4][5] teams, and numerous Cajon students are members of the California Scholarship Federation,[6] National Honor Society[7] and the National Forensic League Debate and Speech Honor Society (National Speech and Debate Association).[8]

Athletics[edit]

Cajon Cowboys - mascot of Cajon High School.png

In 1987, Cajon Football won its first and only CIF Southern Section Championship. In 1995 the Cajon Football team was the first team in the history of San Bernardino to go undefeated in the regular season, winning games by an average score of 42-7. In the 2007-2008 school-year, Cajon won 12 San Andreas League championships (Arroyo Valley, Carter, Colton, Pacific, Rialto, San Bernardino, & San G) and the girls basketball team also won the CIF championship for the first time in Cajon's history (for any basketball team). The girls basketball team also won CIF in the 2008-2009 School year. In the 2012-2013 academic year, Cajon changed leagues to the Citrus Belt League - (Ike, AB Miller, Redlands, REV, & Yucaipa).[9]

Fall[edit]

  • Boys' Cross Country - San Andreas League champions: 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011[10]
  • Boys' Football - San Andrea League champions: 2008(5-0), 2009(4-1), 2010(undefeated), 2011(6-1)[11][12]
  • Boys' Waterpolo - San Andreas League champions: 2011(12-2)[13][14]
  • Girls' Cross Country - San Andreas League champions: San Andreas League champions: 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011[10]
  • Girls' Golf - San Andreas League champions: 2007
  • Girls' Tennis - San Andreas League champions: 2007, 2011[15]
  • Girls' Volleyball - San Andreas League champions: 2007, 2009(10-0), 2010(14-0), 201(14-0)[16]

Winter[edit]

  • Boys' Basketball - San Andreas League champions: 2005(9-1), 2006(9-1), 2008(9-1), 2009(undefeated), 2010(undefeated)[17][18]
  • Boys' Soccer - San Andreas League champions: 2010(8-1-1)[19]
  • Boys' Wrestling - San Andreas League champions: 1999, 2008
  • Girls' Basketball - San Andreas League champions: 2005(undefeated), 2006(undefeated), 2007(undefeated), 2008(undefeated), 2009(undefeated), 2010(undefeated), 2011(13-1); Citrus Belt League champions: 2014[20] CIF champions: 2008, 2009(32-3),[21] 2016 CIF Division II State Champions[22]
  • Girls' Soccer - San Andreas League champions: 2007(9-1-0), 2008(7-2-1), 2010(8-0-2), 2011(11-2-1)[23]
  • Girls' Waterpolo - San Andreas League champions: 2010(undefeated), 2011 (13-1)[24]

Spring[edit]

  • Boys' Baseball - San Andreas League champions: 1976, 1997, 2004, 2005(12-3), 2007(13-2), 2008(14-1)[25]
  • Boys' Golf - San Andreas League champions: 2008
  • Boys' Swimming
  • Boys' Tennis - San Andreas League champions: 2008
  • Boys' Track & Field
  • Boys' Volleyball
  • Girls' Softball - San Andreas League champions: 2005(15-0), 2006(14-1), 2007(12-3), 2008 (14-1), 2009(15-0), 2010(13-2), 2011(13-1); CIF champion:2006[26]
  • Girls' Swimming
  • Girls' Track & Field

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]