Cienega High School
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|Cienega High School|
|12775 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way
Arizona, Pima County
|Type||Public secondary (U.S.)|
|Enrollment||1,862 students (October 1, 2012)|
|Color(s)||Copper & Navy|
|Athletics conference||AIA 4A|
Cienega High School (also known as CHS) is a public high school in Pima County, Arizona. It opened in the fall of 2001 with approximately 400 students (freshmen and sophomores). It is a member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association's 5A Conference.
Cienega is currently the largest school in the Vail Unified School District in terms of student enrollment.
- Copper Thunder Marching Band
- Color Guard
- Battery Drumline
- Concert Band
- Symphonic Band
- Jazz Band
Cienega organizes a wide variety of sports during the fall season
- Spirit Line
- Cross Country
- Volleyball (female)
- Golf (male and female)
Cienega organizes some sports during the winter season.
- Basketball (male and female)
- Soccer (male and female)
Commitment to Graduate Program
The Commitment to Graduate Program, or C2G, was made to address the increasing rate of high school students dropping out before graduating in the United States.
This program follows five "Be's" to help students graduate:
- Be Prepared
- Be on Time
- Be Responsible
- Be Respectful
- Be-lieve in Yourself!
- Cienega High School
- David Leighton, "Street Smarts: East-side road named for Realtor/volunteer/activist," (Mary Ann Cleveland Way) Arizona Daily Star, July 29, 2014
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