Piedra Vista High School

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Piedra Vista High School
5700 College Blvd.
Farmington, New Mexico, 87402
United States
School type Public, High School
Founded 1998
Principal Dave Golden[1]
Enrollment 1,318[2] (2010)
 • Grade 9 410
 • Grade 10 383
 • Grade 11 304
 • Grade 12 221
Campus Suburban
Navy, Silver, Black
Athletics conference NMAA
AAAA District 1
Mascot Panther
Newspaper Panther Prowl

Piedra Vista High School (PVHS) is a public high school in Farmington, New Mexico (USA) founded in 1998. It is part of the Farmington Municipal School District.

PVHS is one of two high schools in Farmington and is located on its northeast side. The older high school is Farmington High School. The school's mascot is the Black Panther and its colors are Navy Blue, Silver, and Black. The two schools share Hutchison Stadium, located at Farmington High School, for home football games. Piedra Vista varsity baseball games are played at Ricketts Park in Farmington.

Athletics and Arts[edit]

Piedra Vista High School is part of NMAA AAAA District 1. It has 16 athletic teams, in accordance with Title IX.[3]

Fall Boys' Soccer, Girls' Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Cross Country, Golf
Winter Girls' Basketball, Boy's Basketball, Bowling, Wrestling, Swimming/Diving
Spring Baseball, Softball, Track, Golf, Tennis
State Championships Class Year:
Baseball 4A 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
Softball 4A
Boys Track & Field 4A 2013
Bowling 4A 2009, 2013
Bowling 5A 2015
Choir 4A 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Band 3A 2011
Girls Golf 4A 2004, 2008
Drama 4A 2002, 2003
Wrestling 4A 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Wrestling 5A 2015


Coordinates: 36°46′44″N 108°09′32″W / 36.77889°N 108.15889°W / 36.77889; -108.15889