Yuba City High School
is the oldest running high school
in Yuba City
. 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>
Football,Boys Soccer,Girls Tennis,Girls Volleyball,Girls Field Hockey,Cross Country,Cheerleading
Boys Basketball,Girls Basketball,Wrestling,Cheerleading
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.
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,... Read More