Rancho Bernardo High School, or RBHS, is a public high school in the Poway Unified School District of San Diego County, California. High school is the name used in some parts of the world (in particular Scotland, North America and Australia) to describe an institution Poway Unified School District is a School district located in Poway California. San Diego County is a County located on the Pacific Ocean in the far southwest of the U Rancho Bernardo High School opened in September 1990 as the district's third high school. There are approximately 2,800 students in grades 9 through 12, and approximately 150 faculty members.
Rancho Bernardo is a Division I school competing in the Palomar League against Poway High School, Mount Carmel High School, Westview High School, Torrey Pines High School, and La Costa Canyon High School. Poway High School (PHS is a public comprehensive High school located in the city of Poway, California. Mt Carmel High School (MCHS a California Distinguished High School in 2005 is located in Rancho Penasquitos, a community of San Diego California. Westview High School is a Secondary school located in Rancho Penasquitos, a community of San Diego California in the United States. Torrey Pines High School is a High school in the North County Coastal area of San Diego, California. Statistics 2548 students were enrolled at La Costa Canyon High School in 2007 with a senior class of about 700 The school's sports teams go by the name "The Broncos". Two famous athletes to come from Rancho Bernardo are Philadelphia Phillie Cole Hamels and Texas Ranger Hank Blalock, nephew of Rancho Bernardo Varsity Baseball Coach, Sam Blalock. The Philadelphia Phillies are a Major League Baseball team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Colbert Michael Hamels (born December 27, 1983 in San Diego California) is a Left-handed Starting pitcher who plays for the Hank Joe Blalock (born November 21, 1980 in San Diego California) is a Major League Baseball First baseman who currently plays Rancho Bernardo High School has a reputation for being heavily focused on baseball. According to the book Moneyball, Rancho Bernardo is known in baseball circles as "The Factory" due to the consistent quality of players being produced from its program and later going on to either college, minor, or major leagues. Moneyball The Art of Winning an Unfair Game (ISBN 0-393-05765-8 is a book by Michael M
Belying the reputation of the school's baseball team is a 1997 incident in which three baseball players pleaded guilty to sodomizing a new teammate with a broom handle in the locker room after a game. Sodomy (ˈsɒdəmi is a term used today predominantly in Law (derived from traditional Christian usage to describe the act of Anal intercourse, Oral intercourse The school district paid $675,000 to settle the claim -- one of the highest payments in high school hazing cases to date. Hazing is an often Ritualistic test and a task which may constitute Harassment, Abuse or Humiliation with requirements to perform random often The incident revealed a hazing culture that stretched back at least six years, in which older team members would threaten to rape incoming freshmen players, or would perform simulated rape. Rape, also referred to as Sexual assault, is an Assault by a person involving Sexual intercourse with or Sexual penetration of another person 
In April 2002, Rancho Bernardo received media attention when one of the school's assistant principals forced female students at a school dance to lift their clothing and expose their underwear, in search of G-strings and thongs. April 2002: January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September Undergarments are clothes worn under other clothes often next to the skin Origin G-string or thong is probably the earliest form of Clothing known to mankind having originated in the warmer climates of Sub-Saharan Africa where clothing The district said the reason for the check was to "ensure appropriate school dress. " Rita Wilson, the assistant principal involved in this incident, was later demoted to a teaching position. A demotion is a reduction in rank or Position in an organizational Hierarchy system 
In November 2007, a noose along with written racial slurs were found inside the school's performing arts center. November 2007 is the eleventh month of that year It began on a Thursday and 30 days later ended on a Friday A noose is a loop at the end of a rope in which the Knot slides to make the loop collapsible List of racism-related topics|Racism by country Racism, by its simplest definition is the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that  The slurs were directed at an African-American student who had been cast in the school play. As of December 2007, Poway Unified School District administrators have confirmed that a student has been identified and is under investigation of being charged with a hate crime. December 2007 is the twelfth month of that year It began on a Saturday and 31 days later ended on a Monday Hate crimes (also known as bias motivated crimes) occur when a perpetrator targets a victim because of his or her membership in a certain Social group, usually defined 
In April and May of 2008, 8 students were identified for hacking into the school's website, downloading teacher files, distributing tests to students, and altering transcripts. Assistant Principal Keith Koelzer issued a memo to teachers regarding the moral depravity of Rancho Bernardo High School students. The memo was later released to The San Diego Union-Tribune for printing.