Pima High School is an above average, public school located in Pima, AZ. It has 245 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 10% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
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Health & Safety
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Pima High School Reviews
During my four years at Pima High School I absolutely loved it because it is such a small community and everybody know everybody. I was captain of the football my senior year at Pima, and our team was able to become State champions. Winning football that year not only taught me how to be a good football player but also the important prance of team work and family. I would've died for my teammates that year. At Pima high school there are great teachers that really care about the students well-being and academic achievements. There were so many times I would take up a teachers lunch break just to get help with a few math problems. I would highly reccommend this school to anyone who is considering it.
My experience at Pima High this past year has been great. From Jan-May 2017 during my junior year, and Aug-Dec 2017 for senior year. It’s a school where you’re allowed to be your self. Nobody judges one another. Everyone’s kind and accepting. Almost everyone at the school is friends. The only thing that needs to change would be the way students treat the teachers, often times students bad mouth the teachers because the students lack the effort to do their work.
The school is way too lax about things that should matter and way too strict about other things. For example, I have walked in on teachers and counselors discussing students WITH OTHER STUDENTS. This is especially a problem with the counselor. On the other hand; the dress code is ridiculously strict. I was sent home because my bra strap was poking out the collar of my t shirt. As far as the education goes, just about anywhere else would be better. They pay the least out of the 3 schools in the area, so the teachers couldn't care less a lot of the time. There are some good teachers, but their English and science departments are severely lacking in teachers that not only know the material, but care to teach it.Sports are all important here, so take that as you will. School is old and decrepit; cafeteria is awful, and there is virtually no diversity. I was NOT ready for college when I graduated.