Santiago High School is located in Corona, California and part of the Corona-Norco Unified School District, serving grades 9 through 12. The school's athletic teams are known as the Sharks. The school has a full athletic program, band, choir, theatre, student government and video production team. Santiago has a student-run television program that airs once every two weeks called "The Bite". The school also has an Air Force JROTC unit with a Color Guard, Drill Team and other teams. They offer many athletic programs for both boys and girls including football, soccer, swim, water polo, golf, wrestling, volleyball, and many extracurricular activities and clubs.Santiago High School previously had a school magazine, Shark Attack.Athletics Softball CIF Champions - 2011 Girls Water Polo CIF Champions - 2012Softball CIF Champions - 2013 Girls Basketball CIF Champions - 2013Girls Soccer CIF Champions - 2015Performing artsChoirsThe choir program consists of two beginning choirs, Boys Concert Choir and Girls Concert Choir, and two advanced choirs Treble Ensemble and Madrigals.Instrumental musicThe band program consists of four concert bands, three big band jazz ensembles, a 220 piece marching band and a 40 member color guard. The Santiago High School Marching Band and Color Guard were selected to participate in the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California.