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San Fernando Senior High School

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History

San Fernando High School was established in 1896.It is one of the oldest high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. SFHS was originally located on Fifth and Hager Streets in the City of San Fernando. In 1906, the school site was changed to the campus on North Brand Blvd., presently the site of San Fernando Middle School.  The high school opened at its present site in 1952.

Historical Highlights

  • 1903 First Orange Blossom yearbook, the third oldest yearbook in Southern California
  • 1915 Local school system was annexed by the larger of Los Angeles Unified School District
  • 1925, 1926, 1934, 1937 Los Angeles City Champions in Football
  • 1926, 1937 Tiger Band selected to march in Pasadena Tournament of Roses
  • 1941 Senior Orchestra won first place in Southern California Music Festival
  • 1941-45 More than $300,000 in War Stamps and Bonds were bought and solicited by students and faculty
  • 1946 San Fernando Fine Arts Association founded
  • 1952 Present site of San Fernando High opens - "Los Angeles' Most Beautiful High School"
  • 1953, 1967, 1974, 1975 Los Angeles City Champions in Football
  • 1971 Perfect season in Boy's Basketball (14-0)
  • 1973 City Soccer Team Champions.  The LAUSD offered soccer as an official LAUSD sport.  We won the first ever championship against Franklin High, 2 to 1.
  • 1976 Track and Field Champions Los Angeles City and California State Co-Champions
  • 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1987, 2001 - City Wrestling Champions
  • 1981 Basketball League Champions
  • 1987, 1990 Los Angeles City Playoffs in Football
  • 1988 Varsity Basketball League Champions; Varsity Baseball City Finalists, JV Baseball League Champions
  • 1989-2001 Band and Drill City Champions for 13 years in a row
  • 2006 -2009  City Wrestling Champions (4 years in a row)
  • 2010, The Academic Decathlon Team achieved 8th place in the Super Quiz Relay and had 8 of its team members ranked in the top 100 competitors.
  • 2010, City Soccer Team Champions and played in the Southern California Regional Playoffs up to semi-finals.
  • 2011, The Tiger Academic Decathlon Team  won its Conference title, placed 9th in Regional competition, and advanced to State on a Wild Card (first time in SFHS history)!  They also took 2nd place in the Super Quiz Relay.
  • 2011, City Baseball Team Champions. The Tigers did it the hard way - beating El Camino Real  2-0 at USC in the semifinals and beating Chatsworth 8-6 at Dodger Stadium in the final.
  • 2012, Football Division II City Champions
  • 2013 City Baseball Team Champions. The Tigers beat Cleveland 2-1 at Dodger Stadium in the final.