Monument Valley High School

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Monument Valley High School
Location
Kayenta, Arizona, 86033
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Motto Thinking, Planning, Living, and Reflecting
Established 1958
School district Kayenta Unified School District
Principal Jack Gilmore, Jr.
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 754 students (Oct. 1, 2012)[1]
Color(s) Red/silver/white
Mascot Mustangs
Website

Monument Valley High School is a high school in Kayenta, Arizona. It is the only high school under the jurisdiction of the Kayenta Unified School District, which includes an elementary school (grades pre K-4), and middle school (grades 5-8), and Monument Valley High.

The high school was built in the mid-1950s, with the first graduating class in 1962. The original school building was shaped like an octagonal hogan; it burned down near the end of the 1978 school year. Later that year, the current school building was constructed. In 1991, the Student Activity Center, gymnasium and auditorium were constructed and added to the school.

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