Sutter Union High School

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Sutter Union High School
Sutter, California
Coordinates 39°09′57″N 121°45′15″W / 39.16588°N 121.75422°W / 39.16588; -121.75422Coordinates: 39°09′57″N 121°45′15″W / 39.16588°N 121.75422°W / 39.16588; -121.75422
Type Public
Established 1893
School district Sutter Union High School District
Principal Ryan Robison
Grades 9-12
Color(s) White and Gold
Mascot Huskies

Sutter Union High School is a small rural high school located on Acacia Avenue in Sutter, California.


The high school opened in 1893 with only 18 students. Over 100 years later the school has grown to 700 students and grows with each passing year.[1] This Sutter County school differs from others in the county because of its rural location in the Yuba-Sutter Area.

It is currently headed by Ryan Robison, Superintendent/Principal, and Rick Giovannoni, Vice Principal.


Sutter Union High School is well known in the Yuba-Sutter area for its skilled athletes and continued success in football,volleyball, girls soccer, and baseball. These teams have each won a Northern Section Championship in the past season.[when?] While the Wrestling and Boys Cross Country teams have won league titles the past three years.

The high school offers many different sports, but significantly fewer than the larger schools in the area.

Athletic offerings by gender:

Girls: Volleyball, Tennis, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Cheerleading.
Boys: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Tennis.
Co-Ed: Cross-Country, Track, Rifle Team, Wrestling, Swimming, Trap Team, Golf.


Sutter Union High School features many groups and clubs including: FNL (Friday Night Live), FFA (Future Farmers of America), FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Interact Club, Loud Crowd, ACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering Mentor Program) and Drama.

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