Principal's Message

Dear Pacific Pirates and Family: 

A person holding a microphone Description automatically generatedIt is an honor to be the principal of Pacific High School, a school with a long history of distinguished alumni and traditions. It is our vision that Pacific High School be an exceptional school, committed to preparing all students to be socially responsible, lifelong learners who will thrive in college and careers.

Each year, I look forward to working with Pacific’s staff and families to continue our journey towards excellence. We are continuously improving our programs to best fit the needs of the students and the community. In order to continuously improve, we need the voices of all stakeholders to help us build and grow. One result of this continuous improvement work is our awards for civic learning and engagement. In 2017, 2019, and 2020 Pacific High School was recognized by the California Department of Education as a School of Distinction in Civic Learning.  

Additionally, we have many programs available to our students to help achieve our mission to provide meaningful, relevant, and rigorous opportunities to ensure all students graduate with the experience necessary to make a positive contribution in a global society. It is our goal that all students will be prepared to successfully think, act, and communicate in college, career, and life. A few of our programs include:

-Early College Opportunities
Career Pathways & Certifications
Honors, Pre-AP, & AP courses
-Cadet Corps
-Link Crew
-Mentoring Program

-Odyssey of the Mind
-CAPS Afterschool Program
-Music Program
-Theater Program
-Upward Bound

 -After school tutoring
-Robust Athletics Program
-Robotics Club
-Student Government
-International Academy
-Education Talent Search

Our team is dedicated to providing the best educational and enrichment opportunities to all students. I invite you to partner with us in improving our systems, programs, and environment through active involvement. You might join us as members of our School Site Council, English Learner Advisory Committee, or African American Parent Advisory Council, or you may stop in at a town hall forum, coffee with the principal, open house, or other school event. If you cannot join us in person, we always encourage your feedback via surveys sent home with your student or via mail. Be assured that your contributions and feedback are valued and help provide us with much needed information to improve our educational systems. 

Should you have questions, concerns, or ideas, please call our school office at (909) 388-6419 or email us at  


Natalie Raymundo, Ed.D.

1020 Pacific St., San Bernardino, CA 92404 | Phone: (909) 388-6419 | Fax: (909) 388-6427

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