Merced High School

Merced High School is located in Merced, California is a part of the Merced Union High School District. The high school district added a second high school in 1960 which was built and named El Capitan High School.

The current enrollment is over 2,000 students in grades 9 through 12 and is currently under Principal John Olsen.

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