Jaguar Athletics

Jaguar Athletics

The interscholastic athletic program of de Toledo High School is an important component of the overall school curriculum. A major goal of the program is to foster a love of sport and a long term life commitment to health and fitness. Students participate in a program that promotes the school’s philosophy and values. Sportsmanship is a guiding principle for de Toledo High School athletics, consistent with the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF-SS) “Six Pillars of Character” which include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship. In addition to competitive team sports, student athletes are involved in tikkun olam (repairing the world) either by special athletic team community service projects or in other school club organizations. de Toledo High School constantly strives to give our student athletes the best possible athletic experience.

Sina Monjazeb, Athletic Director
Alvin Castro, Associate Athletic Director, Boys Varsity Basketball Head Coach
Steven Deutsch, Athletic Administrator

Jaguar Athletics History and Future

de Toledo High School has a very well respected athletic success story. In 12 short years as a member of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS), Jaguar teams and individuals have fielded not only competitive teams and individuals but numerous all individual CIF-SS selections, school and individual league champions, league coach of the year awards, league most valuable player awards, league school sportsmanship awards, CIF-SS qualifying playoff teams and a CIF Individual Title. Several Jaguar athletes have received college athletic scholarships.

de Toledo High School boasts a full-size gymnasium that provides an excellent venue for basketball, volleyball, and wrestling events. A state-of-the-art newly built weight room in the same athletic complex enables our athletes to have a balanced physical conditioning program. Our swimming pool is utilized by our boys and girls swim teams, PE classes, and other teams for supplemental conditioning.