Sierra High School (Manteca, California)

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Sierra High School
Location
Manteca, California
United States
Information
School typePublic
EstablishedAugust 1994
PrincipalSteve Clark
Enrollment1,344 (2014-15)[1]
Color(s)Blue and Gray
Fight songTimberwolves, Go, Fight, Win!
RivalsManteca High School, East Union High School
Website

Sierra High School is a high school in Manteca, California, opened in August 1994. It is a Microsoft showcase school.

Sports[edit]

It has 11 athletic teams - track, cross country, wrestling, soccer, basketball, football, baseball, softball, swimming, golf, and tennis. They have won 20 Sac-Joaquin Section Championships, 3 in cross country, 8 in track, 4 in women's soccer, 3 in softball, 1 in boys basketball and 1 in football.

In the spring of 2011, Sierra High School capped one of the most successful sports seasons in area history by winning Sac-Joaquin Section titles in Girls Soccer, Softball and Boys Track in Field within 3 days of each other.

During the 2014–15 school year, Sierra became the first school in the history of the Valley Oak League to win league titles in the traditional "Big 3" sports of football, basketball and baseball during the same school year. This year also marked the first Sac-Joaquin Section title for the boys basketball team. Sierra's basketball team has been very successful having won four league titles in a row, 2012-2015.

In the fall of 2015, the football team won its first Sac-Joaquin Section football title and followed that with a CIF State division IVA title by beating Chowchilla HS 20-15 on a score with 54 seconds left in the game.

Sierra continues to have one of the finest athletic programs in the Valley Oak League and the southern half of the Sac-Joaquin Section in all sports.

Academic rallies[edit]

Rallies are held twice a year for students with grade point averages above 2.25, 3.25 and with 4.0's. They are referred to as Lobo Blue (2.25), Lobo Silver (3.25) and Lobo Gold (4.0).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sierra High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 9, 2017.