Godinez Fundamental High School

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Godinez Fundamental High School
Godinez Fundamental HS logo.png
3002 W Centennial Rd
Santa Ana, California
United States
Type Public
Established 2007
School district Santa Ana Unified School District
Principal Cindy Landsiedel
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2538[1]
Color(s) Gold, Black, and White
Athletics conference CIF-SS Orange Coast League
Mascot Grizzly Bear

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[edit]

Godinez Fundamental High School was named in honor of Orange County’s first Latino postmaster, Hector Godinez (1924 – 1999).[2]


Godinez Fundamental High School was opened in the fall of 2007. The Godinez school mascot is the grizzly bear.

2015-2016 Soccer Season[edit]

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. [3]

Reference links[edit]

http://www.sausd.us/godinez http://nces.ed.gov/globallocator/sch_info_popup.asp?Type=Public&ID=063531012133