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Piute High School

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Address:  550 North 100 West, Junction, Utah 84740

Principals: Kennedy Sylvester and Shauna Bagley

Enrollment: 160

Grades: 7-12

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 Piute High School Purpose Statement

Piute Jr. High/Sr. High School is committed to developing students to their fullest intellectual and social potential in an atmosphere of mutual trust, respect and collaboration. We strive to provide students with excellent academic and co-curricular programs, which challenge them to produce their best work. We are committed to providing students with the support necessary to meet these high standards of accomplishment by incorporating current technology in both the classroom and at home. We encourage students to be accountable, to take responsibility for their learning, and to enjoy the process of learning as a life-long skill.

Our purpose is to prepare students to make sound life choices. We educate students to be productive citizens of their community. We encourage cooperation among family, school, and the community as the best means to ensure that students assume the personal responsibilites inherent in good citizenship.

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