Clovis High School

Facilities: Gymnasiums, Athletic Fields, Stadium, Media Center, Amphitheatre, Science Labs, Library, Cafeteria, Kitchen, Locker Rooms & Pool

Awards and Achievements:

  • National Blue Ribbon School
  • California Distinguished School
  • California Exemplary School Award in Physical Education & Health Education
  • California Athletic High School of the Year
  • Clovis Unified CLASSI Award
  • California State Championships
  • California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Championships
  • League Supremacy Titles
  • CA excellence in education

The Cougar’s Growl, Clovis High’s student-produced newspaper, comes out eight times a year, and has won the International First Place Award in the Quill and Scroll News Media Evaluation, 2007–2008.

The Cavalcade is Clovis High School’s student-produced yearbook and has existed for almost 100 years.

A Tradition of Excellence in Education.

The range and diversity of our student population is matched by the wide variety of programs and activities developed to meet the ever-expanding educational and enrichment requirements of our students. A safe, positive, and inclusive culture is a hallmark of our campus. We believe our positive climate is the product of working proactively together, with a focus on the development of quality human-relations skills based on mutual respect for all the cultures that are represented among our students, community, and staff.

Advanced Studies at Clovis High School is an academic pathway offered to students wishing to challenge themselves intellectually. The pathway includes honors and Advanced Placement courses, as well as advanced electives. We encourage not only our GATE students, but any student who seeks advanced learning, to enroll in these courses and maximize his/her intellectual potential while in high school.

Courses offered in the Advanced Studies pathway are designed to excite and sustain students’ passion for learning and to help students develop critical thinking and skills necessary for success in post-secondary education. We want our students prepared to pursue the various lines of study that intrigue them and to attend rigorous programs at our nation’s finest colleges and universities should they choose to go.

Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.

                  – W.B. Yeats

Clovis High School offers 17 Advanced Placement courses, as well as a variety of core and elective classes.

Clovis High students participate in a number of co-curricular activities, such as Science Fair, Science Olympiad, History Day, Forensics, Academic Decathlon, and Mock Trial.


  • Varsity Cross Country
  • Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Football
  • Girl’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Girl’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Tennis
  • Girl’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Volleyball
  • Girl’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Water Polo
  • Boy’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Water Polo


  • Boy’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Basketball
  • Girl’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Basketball
  • Boy’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Soccer
  • Girl’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Soccer
  • Wrestling


  • Boy’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Baseball
  • Boy’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Golf
  • Girl’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Softball
  • Swim and Diving
  • Boy’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Tennis
  • Track
  • Boy’s Varsity/Junior Varsity/Freshman Volleyball

The Clovis High pep squad won back-to-back national championships in 1997 and 1998.

Clovis High School is part of TRAC, the Tri-River Athletic Conference.

Clovis High baseball was voted #1 in the country by USA Today in 1997 and 1998.

The Cougars enjoy a higher level of success in the field of athletics, including 14 straight years of league championships won in Girls’ Gymnastics. The Girls Water Polo team claimed back-to-back Valley Titles in 2010 and 2011. Meanwhile, the Boys Water Polo team won its second Valley title in school history in 2008.

CHS teams have also won League or Valley Championships in girl’s soccer and baseball, and TRAC, Valley, Masters and State championships in wrestling. Boy’s tennis won a valley championship in 1983.

Clovis High football has enjoyed a very high level of success. Arguably the premier program in the CIF Central Section during the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s. League championship or co-championship years include 1970, 74, 80, 84, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 94, 96, 97, 99, 01, 11, and 2012. Central Section Championship years include 1970, 74, 79, 84, 91, 97, 99, and 2002 with Clovis High being valley runner-up in 1996 and 2001.

CHS wrestling is all well known with its astonishing 3 NCAA individual champions, 10 NCAA All-Americans, 10 CIF State Championships, 25 Individual State Champions, 21 Central Section Championships, 92 Valley Champions, and 28 Conference Championships. Clovis High Wrestling Championships:


1055 Fowler Avenue, Clovis, CA, USA

School Details

Year Established: 1899
School Type: Public, Co-ed
Grades: 9-12
Grades For International Students: 9-12
Campus Size: 25 Acres
High School Enrollment: 2902
AP / Dual Credit Courses: 17 AP