Aliso Niguel High School Login : Online New Student Enrollment

Aliso Niguel High School Login : Online New Student Enrollment

The purpose of ASB shall be to initiate and supervise all student activities, to manage student body funds, to encourage high standards of scholarship and citizenship, to advance the welfare of the students, to enhance student and teacher relations, to protect the rights of members and foster inclusion of their voices in dialogue within ANHS and the local community.



Opening its doors in 1993 with a student body of 1600, ANHS became the fourth high school in the Capistrano Unified School District. With the implementation of Digital High School grant in 2000, Aliso Niguel High School invested over $1 million in new technology and related instruction. Additionally, all teachers have e-mail addresses and web sites for swift communication with parents. Organized parent involvement takes the form of an active PTSA and a wide range of parent booster organizations.

In 1996, Aliso Niguel was selected as a California Distinguished School, the youngest school ever to be recognized as such by the State Department of Education.In 2000, Aliso Niguel High School received national recognition as a Blue Ribbon School and New American High School. In 2004, The Western Association of Schools and Colleges granted Aliso Niguel a six-year term of accreditation, which it renewed for an additional six-year period in 2010, and again in 2016. In 2020, the school was again recognized as a California Distinguished School.


Although the high school started small (with about 1,400 students) in their first year, the high school grew rapidly over the years, and it still continues to grow to this present day. Currently, the school has 26 portable classrooms in its southern parking lot adding to 22,080 square feet (2,051 m2), and 100 permanent classrooms. The permanent buildings are 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) forming a grand total of 222,080 square feet (20,632 m2) on the campus, making Aliso the largest school in the district. The campus also includes a stadium, Wolverine Stadium, with a track and multipurpose field. Wolverine Stadium, which opened in 1994, seats 2,675 people, it includes a visitor side and a larger home side for seating.


In 2005, the school’s students scored within the top 90% of all schools on the California High School Exit Exam. 90% of all students that took the English Language Arts passed, 91% passed in the Math section


Aliso Niguel’s sports teams are known as the Wolverines and compete in the Sea View League and South Coast League of the California Interscholastic Federation’s Southern Section. From 1998 to 2005, they were members of the Sea View League, and in the Pacific Coast League (California) before 1998.

In 2012, the Aliso Niguel Girls’ Soccer team won the CIF Southern region championship.

In 1996 and 1998 the Aliso Niguel Varsity Football team won the CIF-SS Division 8 championship. The team went undefeated in the 1996 season. The 1998 championship was against the second newest team in the league, the Santa Margarita Eagles.

Notable alumni

• Sasha Cohen, Olympic silver medalist figure skater

• Josh Partington, lead guitarist for Something Corporate

• Sammy Jo Prudhomme, professional soccer player

• Michael Roll, professional basketball player

• Kyla Ross, Olympic gold medalist gymnast
• Skip Schumaker, former Major League Baseball outfielder and second baseman

• Kathryn Plummer, volleyball player for NCAA Tournament champions Stanford in 2016,2018, 2019, current pro player for Vero Volley Monza

• Zaneta Wyne, professional soccer player English Women’s Super League

• Noah Munck, American actor, comedian, notable for playing “Gibby” in iCarly

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