Hemet High School

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Hemet High School
41701 East Stetson Avenue
East Hemet, CA 92544
Coordinates 33°43′13″N 116°56′03″W / 33.72028°N 116.93417°W / 33.72028; -116.93417Coordinates: 33°43′13″N 116°56′03″W / 33.72028°N 116.93417°W / 33.72028; -116.93417
Type Public high school
Established 1894
School district Hemet Unified School District
Faculty 138
Enrollment 2471
Color(s) Red & Gold
Rival West Valley High School
Newspaper The Bulldog
Yearbook Tahquitz

Hemet High School is a public high school of approximately 2,500 students located in East Hemet, California and is part of the Hemet Unified School District. Hemet High is accredited by the WASC Accrediting Commission for Schools. From its founding in 1894 to 1965 the school was known as Hemet Union High School.


Hemet High School was first founded in 1894 and has been moved to different campus sites in the past. The school has been operating at its present campus site since 1972. Hemet High is accredited by the WASC, NATEF, and AYES Accrediting Commissions for Schools. The campus began construction expansion again, including the addition of two new academic buildings, a theater, and several shade structures, completed during the summer of 2012 (first being used in the 2012-2013 school year).

The school was used as an evacuation center during the Mountain Fire in July 2013.[1]


Fall season[edit]


•Girls' Volleyball

Cross Country

•Girls' Golf

•Girls' Tennis

•Boys' Water Polo

Winter Season[edit]

•Boys' Basketball

•Girls' Basketball

•Boys' Soccer

•Girls' Soccer


•Girls' Water Polo

Spring Season[edit]



•Boys' Track & Field

•Girls' Track & Field

•Boys' tennis

•Boys' Swimming

•Girls' Swimming


•The Lady Bulldogs Volleyball Team won their second consecutive CIF title in 2012.

•The 2015 Wrestling Team won their first CIF-SS title in school history.

• The Boys Hemet Baseball Team celebrate their 2-0 victory over Temple City in the CIF-SS Division 5 baseball title game at UC Riverside.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "Mountain Fire". inciweb.org. July 20, 2013. Retrieved 20 July 2013. 
  2. ^ NNDB, Hemet High School, James Lafferty

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