Canyon Springs High School (Moreno Valley, California)

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Canyon Springs High School
Canyon Springs High School.png
Address
23100 Cougar Canyon Drive
Moreno Valley, Riverside County, California 92557
United States
Coordinates 33°57′45″N 117°15′30″W / 33.96250°N 117.25833°W / 33.96250; -117.25833Coordinates: 33°57′45″N 117°15′30″W / 33.96250°N 117.25833°W / 33.96250; -117.25833
Information
School type Public, High school
Founded 1987
Sister school Moreno Valley High School
School district Moreno Valley Unified
NCES District ID 0625800
CEEB code 052059
NCES School ID 062580008906
Principal Tamara Kerr
Assistant Principals Mark Sewell,
Sean Roberson,
Amanda Deniston
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Teal and Black
Athletics conference CIF Southern Section
Inland Valley League
Sports Football, Baseball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Water Polo, Swim, Volleyball, Basketball, Golf, and Cheer
Mascot Cougar
Rival

Valley View High School

                         Moreno Valley High School
Vista Del Lago High School
Communities served

Sunnymead Ranch

Box Springs  
Hidden Springs
Website

Canyon Springs High School is a public high school located in Moreno Valley, California. Founded in 1987, it is part of the Moreno Valley Unified School District.

In both 1988 & 1994 Canyon Springs High School won the CIF-SS Football Championship. In 1994 the football team was voted as State Champions for Division 2. It also won the IE league championships in 2006 for Cross Country. Canyon Springs Wrestling has also won fixed CIF tournament titles (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 2002) and 3 CIF dual meet titles (1993, 1994, and 2002).

Canyon Springs won the 2008 IEC Championship sophomore title.

In June of 2017, Canyon Springs was approved to build a brand new sports complex that includes a football stadium, new tennis courts, better softball and baseball fields, improved soccer fields, and a second exit in the school. In June of 2018, Canyon Springs new football stadium was completed and ready for the next football season. Canyon Springs was the only high school in Moreno Valley without a football stadium.

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