Pioneer High School (Whittier, California)

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Pioneer High School
PHS Official Crest
Established1959
TypePublic Secondary
PrincipalDr. Monica Oviedo
Faculty80 (4 Administrators, 1 Director, 4.5 Counselors, 1 Psychologist, 1 LASD SRO, 69 Teachers)
Students1,456
Grades912
Location10800 Benavon St.,
Whittier, California, 90606
DistrictWhittier Union High School District
Colors     Black
     Green
     White
NicknamePiHi
MascotTitans
YearbookThe Torch
NewspaperTitan Tribune (not in circulation)
Websitewww.wuhsd.k12.ca.us
 
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Pioneer High School
PHS Official Crest
Established1959
TypePublic Secondary
PrincipalDr. Monica Oviedo
Faculty80 (4 Administrators, 1 Director, 4.5 Counselors, 1 Psychologist, 1 LASD SRO, 69 Teachers)
Students1,456
Grades912
Location10800 Benavon St.,
Whittier, California, 90606
DistrictWhittier Union High School District
Colors     Black
     Green
     White
NicknamePiHi
MascotTitans
YearbookThe Torch
NewspaperTitan Tribune (not in circulation)
Websitewww.wuhsd.k12.ca.us

Pioneer High School is a public school in Whittier, California.

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General Information

Pioneer High School, home of the Titans, is located in unincorporated community of West Whittier-Los Nietos, California, neighboring the city of Pico Rivera. The school serves students from the Los Nietos, South Whittier, and Whittier City school districts. PHS is one of the 5 comprehensive high schools in the Whittier Union High School District. Titans celebrated the school's 50th anniversary on October 22–23, 2010.

Race Distribution

The student body at pioneer is 94% Hispanic, with an additional 3% of Asian and Caucasian and less than one percent of Black, Native American and Pacific Islander.

Clubs/Organizations

Clubs at pioneer include: All Male, ASB Cabinet, AVID, Band, CSF, Chess Club, Club Literario, Co-Ed Dance, Class Councils, Drill Team ('10x Consecutive National Champions), Eco Challenged, Environmental Society, Film Club, GEAR UP, Latin Dance, Leo's Club, PACE, Pepsters, Pink Ribbon, Physics Club, PREP, Puente Club, S Club, Sign Language Club, Spanish Club (AP), Titans 4 Christ, Titan Tones (Gold 1st place advanced vocal ensemble and 1st place gold in an advanced music competition2011. Winner of many superior ratings above a 90%, two solo maestros awards, honor choir participants,state choir, and many many awards throughout the years and ranked the highest in the bay area tour in 2012.And most importantly Proud Titans!!!

Titan Sports

Athletic Director: Ramon Juarez

Fall Sports

Winter Sports

Spring Sports

Summer Sports

Boys Soccer

The most successful sport of late is Boys soccer, making the CIF playoffs the past two years. During that span they have beat top teams in the state including Salesian High School; back-to-back CIF and State Champions. The team has also won back to back St. Paul tournament championships, knocking off Gladstone 3-2 in 2008, and Roosevelt 1-0 in 2009. During the 2009-10 season, the team won their first playoff game in over 13 years defeating Lynwood 3-2 in overtime during wild-card round, before losing to Santa Ana Valley, ranked #8 in the nation, in the last 5 minutes 2-0 in the 1st round.

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