High School Football:
football program at Redlands High School is built on a foundation
of over 100 years of tradition. Football teams at RHS are known for discipline, hard work, and
commitment. It is through these principles that a team, a "football family," is built.
High School is located in the Inland Empire region of Southern California in the city
of Redlands. Founded and built in 1891, RHS is the oldest high
school in the state of California still on its original site.
It still functions as a comprehsensive public high school and the first “Unified
High School” formed from 3 elementary school districts.
Redlands High School Terrier football program has been around
as long as the school and has one of the longest histories
of prep football on the west coast. The 78-acre campus allows room for top-notich athletic facilities, including an on-campus stadium that
seats 5500, a large, fully-equipped weight room, a large coaches office and dressing room, a year-round varsity locker room
that is large and open, a separate freshman locker room,
a team meeting room, and an office for the academic
Redlands Football is known for iconic coaches such as Paul Womack, Frank Serrao, and Jim Walker, NFL players like Pat Johnson, and even
NFL coaches like Brian Billick. But what the Redlands football
program really produces is a life time of family, responsibility,
strength, and honor.
High School sits on a serene college-like campus located in
the center of town on Citrus Avenue. There is easy freeway
from the I-10 freeway as well as the 210. There are numerous
eating establishments and businesses around the high school
that help fulfill the experience of the RHS students.
Redlands High School is one of the top high schools in the
Inland Empire. In 2007, Redlands High School was ranked 1208
in Newsweek’s Survey of the Top 1300 U.S. High Schools.
In 2008, Redlands High School ranked 1228. Redlands High was
the only public high school in the Redlands Unified School
District to be placed on the list, including nearby public rivals
including East Valley High School and Yucaipa High School.