PHS News

Prospective Student Information

Welcome to Pioneer High School! Thank you for your interest in our school. Please review the following documents to familiarize yourself with our academic departments and our varied programs.

General brochure:
Pioneer Brochure
Pioneer Brochure-Span.

Important Dates for Auditions and Classes with Applications for 2017-2018:
Important Freshmen Dates 2017-18

Athletics:
Athletics Brochure

Social Studies:
Soc. Studies Brochure

English:
English Brochure

Science:
Science Brochure

Mathematics:
Math Brochure

Electives:
Electives Brochure

Extra-Curricular Activities:
Extracurricular Brochure

Please review the following forms to see the courses available to you during each year at Pioneer.

Course Selection 2017-18 Freshmen
Course Selection 2017-18 Sophomores
Course Selection 2017-18 Juniors
Course Selection 2017-18 Seniors

Please contact your academic counselor for more information and advice on the courses to take.

Counseling


Almaden Valley Counseling Service has provided on-site student
counseling services at Pioneer High School for over 30 years.
To learn more Please click here: Almaden Valley Counseling

WASC

Western Association of Schools and Colleges

2014 WASC Report(pdf)

School Site Council

School Site Council Agenda
School Site Council Agenda 2016
SSC minutes March 2016
SSC Agenda March 2016
SSC Agenda April 2016
SSC Agenda September
SSC Agenda October 2016
SSC Agenda January 2017
SSC Agenda January Minutes
SSC Agenda March, 16 2017
SSC Agenda April, 27 2017
SSC Minutes April, 27 2017
SSC Agenda September 21, 2017
SSC Minutes September 21, 2017

SELAC

The School English Language Advisory Council

About SELAC
About SELAC - span

SELAC Meetings
September 20, 2016
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

October 11, 2016
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

November 15, 2016
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

December 20, 2016
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

January 24, 2017
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

February 28, 2017
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

March 21, 2017
Minutes
Agenda
Actas
Orden del Día

April 25, 2017
Agenda
Orden del Día

 

Registration Forms

Principal Letter 2017/18
Principal Letter 2017/18 - Spanish
What To Bring To Registration 2017/18
Activity List 2017/18
Activity List 2017/18 - Spanish
Pride Package 2017/18
Pride Package 2017/18 - Spanish
PHS Supplement Handbook 2017/18
PHS Supplement Handbook - 2017/18 - Spanish
School ID Photo Form 2017/18
Pioneer WebStore
Student Store Info - Volunteers Needed

Calendar

 

PTSA

Why Join PTSA?

Enjoy the benefits

The number-one reason to join the Parent Teacher Student
Association is to benefit your child. In doing so, you also help your
school. But there are many more advantages. Here are just a few:

Get Connected. There’s no better way to know what’s happening
at your school.

Discover Great Resources. The PTSA offers a variety of programs
designed for parents as well as students.

Tap into a Network. Parenting is not easy—PTSA acts as a network
to share ideas, concerns and experiences with other parents and
educators in the community. PTSA functions are opportunities to
meet other parents and teachers within our school community,
building a rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind.

Watch Yourself Grow. By volunteering with your PTSA, you gain
valuable experiences. It’s an opportunity to put your skills and
hobbies to good use for a good cause—your child and all children in
the community.

Speak Up. Because the PTSA is a forum for exchanging ideas, you
are encouraged to make suggestions. PTSA can be a way for you to
more effectively suggest change at your child’s school.

Witness Improvement. By getting involved at your child’s school
you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. Local
PTSA’s play an important role in fundraising to provide building
improvements, curriculum-based programs, and social events—all
vital to a school’s success.

Be a Role Model. By becoming a PTSA member, you’ll be
demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.

Join Us Today!
Print out a membership form and send it to school with your student.

Contact Us

Pioneer High School
1290 Blossom Hill Road
San Jose, CA 95118

Phone: 408.535.6310
Fax: 408.535.2357
Attendance: 408.287.6268
Office Hours: 7:00am-4:00pm


Click here for directions.
Pioneer Map

Resources

Pioneer Service Learning Website

Pioneer Alumni Website


SJUSD Links
Instructional Calendar
Enrollment Information
Food Services
Learning Options
Parent Brown Bag Meetings
School Accountability
Student Handbook
Transportation
High School Course Catalog

Mustang Bulletin

Pioneer High School
Morning Announcements
October 20th, 2017

All Homecoming events will take place next week, October 23rd- 27th, 2017.  The following Dates have been confirmed:
Friday, October 27th, 2017 Football game/Half-time parade
Saturday, October 28th, 2017- Homecoming Dance (7-10:00pm)

Theme Days for Homecoming Week:
Monday:  “I woke up like this”  (PJ day)
Tuesday:  Let’s get physical (workout gear)
Wednesday:  Fight the Fight to find the cure (dress in color to support Cancer of your choice:  Breast Cancer- Pink/Leukemia- Orange/All Caner-Multicolored)
Thursday:  As seen on TV (dress as your favorite TV character)
Friday:  Class color  

Homecoming Dance tickets:  following are prices: MUST HAVE CURRENT ID FOR PURCHASE and be DEBT FREE.
Monday (10/23)-Friday (10/27) $15 ASB, $20 w/o ASB, $25 Guest
Guest Passes are available in the Attendance office.  All Guest Passes must be turned in NO LATER than Wednesday, October 25th.  Please see Ms. Mayhew in Student Services for more information.

If you are a Junior or Senior interested in enrolling in technical classes at SVCTE or would like to explore the options available, see Mrs. Madrigal in the College and Career Center. Registration opens in two weeks and spaces fill up quickly.

High School Volunteers Needed for Los Alamitos Elementary School Walk-a-thon on Oct. 21st.  Please see Mrs. Wolpin in Student services for more information or head to http://signup.com/go/dhoCyuL to sign up!

Reed Elementary is holding their annual Fall Festival on October 27th. They are looking for volunteers for the night. Flexible shifts. Students may sign up for more than one if possible.  Head to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E44AEA62CA2FA7-reed  to sign up!

Juniors/ Seniors: The following colleges are coming to Pioneer- sign up now on Naviance under “Colleges and Visits” to reserve a space. Space is limited!
Tuesday 11/7- University of California, Santa Cruz
University of California Santa Cruz: Tuesday November 7, 11am

Pioneer High School is pleased to announce the launching of this year’s “Help a ‘Stang” Peer Tutoring Program in the Library /Media Center after school until about 4:00 pm. The following are the current tutors available.  Please see Ms. Rosales if you have any questions. 

Monday:
Algebra I, II, Geometry, or Pre-Calculus
Chemistry
English (2 peer tutors)

Tuesday:
Chemistry
English
Physics

Wednesday:
Algebra I, II, Geometry, or Pre-Calculus
Chemistry
English (2 peer tutors)
History

Thursday:
Physics (available in room 201)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Forms

Volunteer Information

We welcome volunteers who help our teachers and staff elevate opportunities for students.
Please review the following processes.


    Registration Forms - 2016-2017
  • Pioneer WebStore
  • Student Store Info - Volunteers Needed

      Bell Schedules


      17/18 All Bell Schedules


       

       

      School Information

      Sarc Report
      School Accountability Report Card


      Pioneer Parent Handbook


       

      Mission Statement

      Pioneer High School Vision and Mission

      Vision
      Pioneer High School prepares and inspires all students to think creatively, work collaboratively
      and act responsibly in order to be successful in a global society.

      Mission
      The Pioneer High School community will work to eliminate the opportunity gap and offer the
      finest 21st Century education by providing each student with:
      •  A rigorous and engaging academic curriculum,
      •  A socially and emotionally healthy environment,
      •  Opportunities to become service-minded citizens.