John C. Kimball High School

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John C. Kimball High School
3200 Jaguar Run
Tracy, California 95377
United States
Coordinates 37°44′9″N 121°28′35″W / 37.73583°N 121.47639°W / 37.73583; -121.47639Coordinates: 37°44′9″N 121°28′35″W / 37.73583°N 121.47639°W / 37.73583; -121.47639
Type public
Established 2009
School district Tracy Unified School District
Principal Rob Pecot
Grades 9-12
Campus rural
Campus size 55 acres (220,000 m2)
Color(s)      Blue
Mascot Jaguar

John C. Kimball High School (KHS) is an American public comprehensive high school in Tracy, California, south of 11th Street on Lammers Road.[1] Kimball High School is the third comprehensive high school in the Tracy Unified School District and also serves the planned area of Mountain House. The first day of school was August 12, 2009 with an enrollment of 1,472 students.

School facilities[edit]

The school sits on a 55-acre site on the east side of Lammers Road south of 11th Street. It was designed by Urban Ernst Design Group and constructed by F&H Construction. The school has eight single-story classroom buildings, a library, a 400-seat performing arts center, two gymnasiums, a 4,000-seat stadium, a swimming pool and athletic fields.[2]


  1. ^ Gokhman, Jennfier (2009-04-08). "Kimball High gets under way in Tracy". Tri-Valley Herald. Retrieved 2009-04-16. John C. Kimball High School ... opens in August 2009. The city's third high school is on the southeast corner of 11th Street and Lammers Road and is being built to relieve the overcrowding at West and Tracy high school. 
  2. ^ Matthews, Sam (Aug 7, 2009). "A sneak peek at a new school". Tracy Press. Retrieved Aug 7, 2009. 

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