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Pirate Cross Country Tames Blair Park

Pacific’s cross country teams braved an ice-cold wind and a bumpy course to compete in the Mountain Valley League finals Wednesday afternoon. On the Boys side: Israel Ramos – 2nd  16:35.9 Fabian Varelas – 8th  17:11.7 Sergio Garcia – 27th  19:11.2 Alexander Orozco – 39th  22:16.1   For the Girls: Nina Cardoza – 16th  24:01.5

It All Started in 1954……

For 60 years or so San Bernardino High was the only public high school in San Bernardino. Redlands High School was the closest competitor. But as San Bernardino was growing, the powers that were decided to open Pacific High School and send the San Bernardino students from the “eastern” side of San Bernardino to the

Last Call for Athletic Physicals!

Attention all Winter and Spring athletes: The doctor will be here on Monday, October 28 at 1:00 in K4. Cost is $10.00. This is the last time this year.  

PHS Volleyball Playing for Wild Card Playoff Berth

The Pacific High School Volleyball team will play University Prep High School from Victorville for a wild card slot in the CIF division 8 playoffs. The game versus the Jaguars will be Tuesday, Oct. 22 in Victorville.        

A Lot More Than Football at Pacific High School’s Homecoming

There were many students and staff participating in Friday’s Homecoming activities that weren’t wearing football uniforms. Check out the Homecoming photo gallery on the home page for a glimpse of the festivities.

Moreno Valley Rains But Can’t Put Out the Fire of a Pirate Homecoming

The undefeated Vikings scored more points Friday night at Pirate stadium, but the spirit of the Pacific students, players, band, cheerleaders, alumni, and staff radiated as Pacific High School celebrated their Homecoming. It was a great celebration of school pride for the second oldest school in the city. We’re all proud of you Pirates!