|Cypress High School|
9801 Valley View Street
|School type||Public, High School|
|School district||Anaheim Union HS District|
|NCES District ID||0602630|
|NCES School ID||060263000172|
|Principal||Jennifer Brown |
|Teaching staff||102.04 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||28.45|
|Campus type||Large Suburban|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue, Orange |
Oh, Cypress High we honor you We pledge our hearts to you Oh hail to Orange, White and Blue
For conquering Romans are we With strength and fame our guide Marching on to victoryLong live Centurion Pride
|Fight song||Across the Field|
|Athletics conference||Empire League|
|Rival||Kennedy High School|
|Accreditation||Western Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Newspaper||The Centurion Spotlight www.cyphype.com|
|Feeder schools||Lexington Junior High|
The marquee in front of the school
Cypress High School is a public high school in the city of Cypress, California. It was founded in 1973 and serves grades 9 through 12. Cypress is one of eight high schools in the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD).
Cypress's sports teams compete in the Empire League and the CIF Southern Section. The school mascot is the centurion of Roman fame. The school colors are navy blue, orange, and white. In 2007, baseball team was ranked in the Top 25 for all prep teams nationwide.
CIF Southern Section championships
- Boys Golf 2005
- Baseball: 2005, 2013, 2019 : 11
- Football: 2007: 82
- Softball: 1983,: 127 1987,: 127 1992, 2019: 128
- Girls Volleyball: 2007: 301
- Boys Tennis 2016
- Boys Volleyball: 2017
The Cypress High School Centurion Imperial Brigade performed in the 2015 Rose Parade in Pasadena, California on New Year's Day. After the 2020 online season they changed their name to Sound In Motion.
Cypress currently has three competitive show choirs: the mixed-gender "High Voltage" and "Shockwaves" as well as the all-female "Thunderstorms". The program has fluctuated over the years from four show choirs to a singular 15-member group. The show choirs formerly hosted an annual competition entitled Star Reflections.
- Scott Aukerman, writer, actor, comedian, television personality, director, producer, and podcast host
- Marko Cavka, former professional American football offensive tackle
- Lanny Cordola, guitarist, songwriter, and producer
- Joel Crawford, film director
- Emily Dole, athlete, actress, and professional wrestler
- Jamil Douglas, American football offensive guard currently for the New York Giants
- Jarren Duran, current professional baseball outfielder for the Boston Red Sox
- David Fletcher, Infielder for the Los Angeles Angels
- Dominic Fletcher 75th pick in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks. He is the brother of Angels Infielder David Fletcher.
- Justin Lin, director & producer
- Clarence Moore, American football wide receiver who played in the National Football League; he is currently a free agent
- Scott Moore, professional baseball infielder for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball
- Troy O'Leary, professional baseball outfielder who played with the Milwaukee Brewers, Boston Red Sox, Montreal Expos and Chicago Cubs 
- Brian Tochi, actor, best known for role in Revenge of the Nerds
- Josh Vitters, third pick in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft (Chicago Cubs)
- Adrian Young, drummer for No Doubt
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