There are a lot of great schools in Northern California - some of the best in the state. Please use the custom tool below to find information on the elementary, middle, and high school(s) you're interested in by simply moving the map around with your mouse, or use the "Search" bar at the top right of the map and enter a city, address, or zip code. You'll be able to click and get detailed info on each school. You can read more and click below for more information about Placer County High Schools, Sacramento County High Schools, and El Dorado County High Schools.


PLACER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS:

Adelante High School: One of the seven high schools in the RJUHS District, Adelante was established in 1965. This 10th -12th grade school began with only 8 students and has grown to over 900 students today.

Colfax High School: This 4-year institution, which lies within the Placer Union High School District, boasts small class sizes.

Del Oro High School: Located in Loomis, California, this PUHSD School was founded in 1958 and holds over 1,600 students today. The Del Oro Golden Eagles have a proud academic and athletic tradition that spans over five decades.

Granite Bay High School: Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School, Granite Bay is located in the RJUHSD and holds over 2,000 students. This relatively young school, which opened in 1996, already holds a rich athletic tradition, which includes a two-time state championship football team, the most recent of which was in 2012.

Lincoln High School: Part of the Western Placer Unified School District, this is the only High School currently in the Lincoln area. Established in 1909, Lincoln High holds over 1,400 students and recently received the California Distinguished School award.

Oakmont High School: Established in 1965, this RJUHSD School holds over 1,500 students and is the center of its town’s community. After recent renovations, this is now a high-tech school with a strong athletic program.

Placer High School: Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Placer High is a public school within the PUHS district. Established in 1897, this school now holds over 1,500 students and features an accomplished athletic program with a rich history.

Rocklin High School: A public high school located in a suburb just northeast of Sacramento, this institution was established in 1993 and now holds over 1,800 students. This school, with a rising athletic program, also provides students with an abundance of visual and performing arts opportunities.

Roseville High School: Former home of Super Bowl champion Teddy Bruschi of the New England Patriots, this well-established High School was founded in 1912 and has grown to over 2,000 students. Roseville High now holds a well-accomplished athletic program and excellent academics.

Whitney High School: Created as a sister school to Rocklin High, this institution was established in 2003 to accommodate the booming population of Rocklin, California. This school has enjoyed early success, already becoming recognized as one of California’s Distinguished Schools. Whitney High continues to grow it’s tradition and provide students with a top-notch education.
 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS:

Antelope High School: One of the areas newer high schools, this institution was established in 2008 and already holds over 1,700 students. The scarlet and grey Titans pride themselves as a learning community that expects to increase the achievement of every student.

Bella Vista High School: This public High School, established in 1960, lies in Fair Oaks, California and holds over 2,000 proud students. This program is recognized as one of California’s Distinguished Schools and the Bella Vista Broncos also boast a proud athletic program.

Casa Roble High School: The silver and blue Rams of Casa Roble hold one of the area's oldest High Schools, which was established in 1966. This High School has grown to over 1,500 students and holds an athletic program with a rich tradition.

Center High School: Located in Antelope, California this is one of the two institutions located in the Center Unified School District. Opened in 1982, the school's 1,200 current students are known for their diversity and well-developed enrollment.

Cordova High School: Serving grades 9-12, this public high school was established in 1964 and holds over 1,500 students. With an excellent academic program, this school holds a proud athletic program and even offers one of the area's few High School Culinary Academies.

Cosumnes High School: A preparatory four-year public high school located in Elk Grove, California. This relatively young high school, established in 2008, serves grades 9-12 and holds a Broadcast Journalism Studio for it’s creatively gifted students.

Del Campo High School: Founded in 1963, this SJUSD School lies in a suburban campus with approximately 1,800 students. The Cougars of Del Campo are recognized as one of California’s Distinguished Schools and celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2013. 

Elk Grove High School: Known as the first union high school in the state of California, this old high school now holds over 2,000 students and is ranked in the top 5% of our nation's high schools. This well-established institution also holds one of the finest football and baseball programs in the area.

Folsom High School: This nationally acclaimed American High School was established in 1922, and now holds over 2,700 students. Also ranked in the nations stop 1% of High Schools, this institution is well decorated from its academics to its athletic program.

Franklin High School: Officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, this institution was established in 2002 and holds over 2,700 students. This young school continues to develop a proud tradition through its academic and athletic programs.

Inderkum High School: Part of the Natomas Unified School District, Inderkum is a public high school that serves grades 9-12. This school houses over 2,500 students and holds one of the areas biggest marching bands.

Jesuit High School: A catholic high school that was founded and run by the Society of Jesus. This is a private all-male institution that serves over 1,000 young men.

Laguna Creek High School: A 9-12th grade high school that lies in the suburbs of Sacramento. This school was established in 1994 and provides students with several business and technology programs.

Monterey Trail High School: Named after the Monterey Trail that originally lead travelers into the capitols of Spanish and Mexican California, this 9-12th grade High School is located near Elk Grove.

Pleasant Grove High School: Located in Elk Grove this four-year high school was established in 2005 and now boast the highest API Scores in the Elk Grove Unified School District.

Rio Linda High School: With an enrollment of about 2,000 students, this Twin Rivers High School was founded in 1962 and offers a wide variety of extracurricular and academic opportunities for students.

Vista Del Lago High School: One of three schools in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District, Vista Del Lago was established in 2005 and is known for its high academic standards.
 

EL DORADO HILLS HIGH SCHOOLS:

Union Mine High School: With just over 1,300 students, Union Mine is located in El Dorado Hills and was established in 1999. With excellent athletic and extracurricular programs available to students this is a school full of opportunity.

Ponderosa High School: Opened in 1963, Ponderosa is home of the Bruins and holds over 2,000 students. This institution also holds the districts Agricultural program and scores consistently well on their API scores.

El Dorado High School: This California Distinguished School is located in Placerville and holds over 1,200 students. El Dorado is well known for their State Championship winning ski and snowboard teams.

Oak Ridge High School: Established in 1980, Oak Ridge is located 20 miles east of Sacramento in El Dorado Hills. This school, which began with only 222 students, now hosts an enrollment of over 2,500.

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