Piner High School

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Piner High School
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Address
1700 Fulton Rd.

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United States
Coordinates38°27′43″N 122°45′59″W / 38.46194°N 122.76639°W / 38.46194; -122.76639[1]Coordinates: 38°27′43″N 122°45′59″W / 38.46194°N 122.76639°W / 38.46194; -122.76639[1]
Information
TypePublic secondary
EstablishedSeptember 12, 1966
Teaching staff59.70 FTE[2]
Enrollment1,357 (2017-18)[2]
Student to teacher ratio22.73[2]
Color(s)Maroon, gold & white             
MascotProspector Pete
Website

Piner High School (PHS) is a Public high school in Santa Rosa, California, United States. It is part of the Santa Rosa High School District, which is itself part of Santa Rosa City Schools.

History[edit]

Piner High School was built in 1966 in Santa Rosa, California.[3] Initially it was surrounded by orchards, local farm land and pastures. By 1975 the City of Santa Rosa expanded to the back fence of the compound. In the late 1980s further expansion included more housing on two sides and Youth Community Park (including an award winning skate park) across the street.

Piner High School was opened with 10th, 11th, and 12th grades in the fall of 1966.[3] It did not become a four year high school until the late 90's.The class of 1968 being the first graduating class of the school history. Prior to the first graduating class, William McCrossen, an adult, finished his high school education and was in fact the very first graduate of Piner High School. The class of 1975 was the last of the four year classes until 1996, when Piner was reestablished as a four year high school to alleviate overcrowding of local middle schools.


Athletics[edit]

Piner High School is a member of the North Bay League Oak and Redwood Divisions of the North Coast Section of the California Interscholastic Federation Sports that Piner High offers are:

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