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Cabrillo High School is located in Lompoc, California, a small city of just over 40,000 people. Lompoc is best known for the Lompoc Valley Flower Festival held every summer, its proximity to Vandenberg Air Force Base and the Federal Correctional Institution (sometimes mentioned on episodes of Law and Order), and as a stop on the wine trails popularized by the 2004 film Sideways. The locals will know a tourist to the area for their mispronunciation of the town, calling it "LOM-pock", instead of the locally preferred "LOM-poke".
Cabrillo High School was founded in 1965 and was built to support the increase in population due to the space program at the nearby Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB). Cabrillo was named after the Spanish explorer, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. Cabrillo's mascot is the Conquistadores, and their colors are black and gold after the first Spanish Californian flags.