Segerstrom High School

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High School
Segerstrom Fundamental HS logo.png
2301 W. MacArthur Blvd.

United States
MottoRead, Write, Learn
School districtSanta Ana Unified School District
PrincipalDavid Casper
Enrollment2,435 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)crimson, gold, and black

Segerstrom High School is a public high school in Santa Ana, California, and is part of the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD). The school opened in fall of 2005 with a freshman and sophomore class. Wealthy landowner Henry Segerstrom - for whom Segerstrom High School is named - is a familiar name in Orange County. The land upon which Segerstrom High School is built was purchased from the Segerstrom family, who once grew crops on these acres.


The class of 2008 was the first to graduate from Segerstrom.

Segerstrom graduates 99% of its students compared to other schools in the District which consistently graduate a much smaller percentage of their students. Further, over 95% of Segerstrom students either enroll in community college or go on to pursue a degree from a four-year institution.


The school is divided into five buildings. Building A houses the main office, library, gym, and the English Department. Building B houses a 430-seat Performing Arts Center as well as the band, choir, and drama classrooms. Building C is labeled "Humanities" and is used for subjects such as Foreign Language, History, and misc. Building D is the Science building and Building E homes the Mathematics Department.

Segerstrom also features a full sized football stadium with an all-weather running track surrounding the field. It was the first football field to be constructed on any high school in the Santa Ana Unified School District's schools. Before its construction, that district maintained a contract with the City Santa Ana's Parks and Recreation department to use the citywide stadium (Eddie West Field). Segerstrom's stadium now serves to host many of the high school's weekly football games during the season.



Foreign Languages:


Language Arts:

Social Sciences:

Visual & Performing Arts

  • AP Studio Art
  • AP Art History
  • Drawing and Painting
  • Chamber Singers
  • Concert Choir
  • Men's Choir
  • Women's Choir
  • Concert Women's Choir
  • Intro to Drama
  • Drama Production
  • Concert Band
  • Marching Band
  • Orchestra
  • Guitar
  • Piano


2009: The top-seeded Jaguars defeated Arroyo High School of El Monte, 10-8, capturing the CIF-SS Division Varsity Boys Tennis championship. This was Santa Ana's first Boys Tennis title from any high school, and the first high school in the city to play in the championship match since 1962.

2013: Boys Water Polo Jaguars defeat Yorba Linda Mustangs to capture CIF Title! The Jaguar Water Polo team finished an amazing season in grand style by defeating Yorba Linda 9-8 to claim the CIF Division 7 Championship.

2014: Segerstrom High School has officially partnered with USA Water Polo and the Santa Ana YMCA to be the home training site for the Men's National Water Polo team through Rio 2016. Proud day for Segerstrom High School. Go Team USA!

2014: Girls Water Polo - CIF Champions! The Lady Jags defeated Ocean View 7-4 to capture Division 7 Crown.


Associated Student Body
California Scholarship Federation
GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)
Key Club
National Honor Society
Red Cross
Quiz Bowl
Girl's League
French Club
Mock Trial


Silver Medal Recipient from US News, ranking #610 Nationwide and #116 Statewide[citation needed]


[2]United Spirit Association (USA) 2010 National Winners


[4]OC VARSITY Tennis Page


  1. ^ "Segerstrom High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 6, 2019.
  2. ^ United Spirit Association (USA) 2010 National Winners
  4. ^ OC Varsity Tennis Page

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Coordinates: 33°42′04″N 117°54′06″W / 33.701207°N 117.901711°W / 33.701207; -117.901711