Godinez Fundamental High School
|Godinez Fundamental High School|
|3002 W Centennial Rd
Santa Ana, California
|School district||Santa Ana Unified School District|
|Color(s)||Gold, Black, and White|
|Athletics conference||CIF-SS Orange Coast League|
Hector Godinez Fundamental High School is a public high school in Santa Ana, California, and is part of the Santa Ana Unified School District. The school opened in 2007. In order to enroll, students must participate in a lottery for incoming freshmen. In addition, students and parents must sign a contract in which they agree to abide by the school's Fundamental Structures. There is an extensive waiting list of students wishing to attend Godinez
Origin of name
Godinez Fundamental High School was named in honor of Orange County’s first Latino postmaster, Hector Godinez (1924 – 1999).
Godinez Fundamental High School was opened in the fall of 2007. The Godinez school mascot is the grizzly bear.
2015-2016 Soccer Season
The 2015-16 Godinez Soccer Team went undefeated in the Orange Coast League with a record of 9-0-1. They had an all competitions record of 22-2-4 this record ranked them #19 nationally and #6 in California. They are currently the CIF-SS Division 4 champions and the Regional Division 4 runner-ups. This is currently the first and only CIF title of the school.