Roseville High School (Roseville, California)

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Roseville High School
Address
1 Tiger Way
Roseville, California
United States
Coordinates 38°45′28″N 121°16′32″W / 38.75764°N 121.27542°W / 38.75764; -121.27542Coordinates: 38°45′28″N 121°16′32″W / 38.75764°N 121.27542°W / 38.75764; -121.27542
Information
Type Public
Established 1912
School district Roseville Joint Union High School District
Principal David Byrd
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2,097
Color(s) Orange & Black         
Nickname "The High School On the Hill"
Team name Tigers
Rival Oakmont High School, Woodcreek High School, Granite Bay High School
Newspaper The Eye of the Tiger (Formerly named "Tiger Tracks")
Website

Roseville High School is a public high school in Roseville, California, United States. It is a member of the Roseville Joint Union High School District.

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Roseville High School was established in 1912. In the beginning of its history, RHS has served as the primary high school for Roseville and the surrounding areas. As the population of Placer County expanded, many schools were added to the Roseville Joint Union High School District. Today, RHS is one of the five major high schools in Roseville, California and serves many of the residents in central Roseville. Roseville High School was the 2008 Sierra Foothill League Football Champions and CIF Sac-Joaquin Section semi-finalist.

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