Warren High School in Downey, California, is a four-year high school with college and career preparation services, an athletics program, and a curriculum focused on math, science, language and social studies. The school places heavy emphasis on college readiness and includes college preparation electives for qualifying students.
Warren High School students must receive a minimum of 220 credits to graduate. Additional fields include world language or visual and performing arts, health and physical education. The school website provides a breakdown of the grading system and the number of credits accompanying each field.
The high school has fall, winter and spring sports. As of 2015, the fall sports include boys' cross country, girls' cross country, football, girls' golf and boys' water polo. As of the same date, winter sports include boys' basketball, girls' basketball, boys' soccer, girls' soccer and wrestling. Baseball, boys' golf, softball, boys' tennis, girls' swimming and boys' volleyball are among the spring sports. The San Gabriel Valley League is the school's umbrella league.
The school hosts several clubs, including the Bookworms Club, Biology Club, Bears Helping Senior Citizens, Garden Club and Future Business Leaders of America.
The school library provides both school material and study space and also hosts events and groups.