PIMA HIGH SCHOOL
Pima High School serves 350 students in 9th through 12th grades and is located at:
38 E. 200 South
Pima, Arizona 85543
(928) 387.8150 Office
(928) 387.8023 Fax
Administration and Office Staff
High School Staff
We are proud of our talented and caring staff at Pima Unified School District. As parent/teacher communication is essential to your child's success, we invite you to contact your child's teacher by email.
Extra Curricular Activities (non-athletics)
Academic Team - Gwen Piippo
Flagline - Shawnda Bennett
Please visit our Calendar for a list of all of our activities. You can find our athletic schedules on our Athletics page. Also remember you can access all Pima Unified Governing Board agendas, minutes, and meeting information by visiting our Governing Board page.
High school sports fees ($75) can be paid by debit/credit card at the High School office or the district office.
Academic Advisor/Counselor's Corner
Be sure to fill out your FAFSA to get help paying for college:
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Regular Bell Schedule
Zero Hour 6:40 - 7:35
1st Period 7:40 - 8:35
2nd Period 8:40 - 9:35
3rd Period 9:40 - 10:35
4th Period 10:40 - 11:35
5th Period 11:40 - 12:35
Lunch 12:35 - 1:05
6th Period 1:10 - 2:05
7th Period 2:10 - 3:05
Zero Hour 6:35 – 7:35
1st Period 7:40 – 8:25
2nd Period 8:30 – 9:15
Advisory/Assembly 9:20 - 10:05
3rd Hour 10:10 – 10:50
4th Hour 10:55 – 11:40
5th Hour 11:45 – 12:35
Lunch 12:35 – 1:05
6th Hour 1:10 – 2:05
7th Hour 2:10 – 3:05
PHS Report Card and Accountability Profile
Be sure to check out our Volunteer page for more information about what you can do to help out. We appreciate any amount of time that you can give!
Please visit our Athletics page for the latest sports schedules and updates.
A Note From the Nurse
Please remember to keep your child home from school if they develop any of these signs of illness.
Coughing, with other signs of illness
Fever or chills
Sore throat or trouble swallowing
Muscle aches with headache
Unusual spots or rashes
A child should be fever-free for 24 hours (without fever reducing medicine) before returning to school.
Keeping a sick child home helps prevent the spread of disease at school.
Please help keep our school healthy.
If your child must use medication while at school, the parent/guardian must check in with the school nurse and complete the proper paperwork. All medications need to be in the original container. If it is a doctor prescribed medication, the prescription label must be present.
If you have a student who has been prescribed an inhaler for asthma purposes or epi-pen for allergies, the school nurse must have written documentation from the parent/guardian giving permission for the student to carry these types of medications with them. These are the only medications students are allowed to carry.
Kimala McKenzie, RN