Yuba City High School

Yuba City High School

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Yuba City High School is the oldest running high school in Yuba City, California, USA. The school was home to roughly 3,000 students before River Valley High School was opened in 2005. Their school colors are brown and gold. Their mascot is the "Honker", a nickname for Canadian Geese.


Yuba City High School's athletic program used to be a member of the Metro League. However, with the opening of River Valley High School, Yuba City High School is now a member of the Tri-County League. This league consists of River Valley, Woodland, Pioneer, Natomas, and Inderkum High School.

<gallery>Image:Yuba_City_High_School_class_of_1988_sign_2009.jpg|Yuba City High School is home of the Honkers.</gallery>

Fall sports

Football,Boys Soccer,Girls Tennis,Girls Volleyball,Girls Field Hockey,Cross Country,Cheerleading

Winter sports

Boys Basketball,Girls Basketball,Wrestling,Cheerleading

Mel Good

Every December, Yuba City High School is host to a basketball tournament called the Mel Good Holiday Classic, which is one of the biggest tournaments in Northern California. Teams from all over Northern California come to the school and are hosted by YCHS students.

Spring sports

Baseball,Boys Golf,Boys Tennis,Girls Soccer,Softball,Swimming,Track & Field


Yuba City High School has a Marching and Concert band, full orchestra, and chorus.

Clubs and organizations


APISU (Asian Pacific Islanders Student Union), AP Spanish Literature, Art Club,...
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