|Bullard High School|
|School district||Fresno Unified School District|
|Faculty||105.20 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||24.88|
|Color(s)||Navy, Columbia, and White|
|Athletics conference||California Interscholastic Federation|
|Website||fresnounified.org/schools/high/bullard[permanent dead link]|
Bullard High School is a public secondary school located in Fresno, California. Founded in 1955, it is part of the Fresno Unified School District, and as of 2011 had around 2,650 students on roll in grades 9-12, approximately 650 students per grade.
As of the 2014-2015 school year, the student population was 41% Caucasian, 38% Hispanic,13% African American, 5% Asian and 3% Other. Approximately 3% of the students have been identified as English Language Learners.
Bullard High School offers a comprehensive Division I interscholastic athletics program with 24 different varsity-level sports. The athletics program has produced Major League Baseball players including Steve Ellsworth, Dave Meier, Stan Papi, Randy Asadoor and Rex Hudler. Former Fresno State and NFL quarterback Kevin Sweeney is another notable Bullard alumnus. The school has had consistent success in baseball, softball, volleyball (boys and girls), tennis, water polo, and soccer in which the 2009 boys team won a section title and were state championship runners-up, and has had recent success in varsity football, including a central section title in 2009. The girls soccer team won a section title in 2011 (also state championship runners-up) along with the boys basketball team that same year.