Pinon High School is a public school located in Pinon, AZ. It has 367 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 5% of students are at least proficient in math and 8% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Pinon High School Reviews
I like the communication people talking to each other. Students, teachers, administrators talk to each other. This community is like one house, everyone who lives here know each other. The most important thing that I would like to improve are the teachers, teacher so who work here are not all college graduates.
Pinon High School is located in a very remote area of northern Arizona and due to that a hospital about an hour away branched out a clinic in Pinon. The clinic as well as others located around the reservation established a program called "Teen Clinic" and they send some nurses, doctors, dieticians, nutritionist, and counselors nearby to the high school at least twice a week. When I go to the Teen Clinic I usually get great services, but the wait is overbearing because of limited staff and over a hundred students in line. As for the issues many students are involved in, the Teen Clinic staff are helpful and aid the students as best as they can and also encourage them and help them get through their presence in drugs, alcohol, and they also promote safe sex. When I was first entering High School I sensed that the students were involved in these doings and I started to see them decrease when the Teen Clinic started coming more often. My own personal experiences included the nutritionist and counselor because at the time I was going through a difficult path, but the doctor i seen was so helpful and cheered me up and I trusted her like she was my best friend. Overall the services are outstanding.
The High School had a dress code that consisted of white, gray, black, and teal shirts with blue jeans or khakis. Shoes must be worn at all times and no gang affiliated clothing can be worn including hats inside the building. Attendances and tardies took a toll on those who were constantly late to class and most were always suspended and had meetings with their parents. The principle and assistant principle were usually the ones to assist to these problems and they were reasonable. I think the bulling part of the school's policies should be strengthened because I was bullied my whole years of high school and yet only one teacher did something about it but the principle nor office staff was involved. The teacher I spoke to was my Agriculture teacher and she witnessed the bulling firsthand like another teacher did, but she was the only one who actually did something and since she knew my bully and her parents she decided to take matters in her hands and had a parent conference with the bully and her parents. They were convenient and the bully never bothered me again. I am thankful for her help and I think more people should be like her and not avoid it like the other teacher I had mentioned.