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Home of Patriot Pride!!  

Home of Patriot Pride

Pinellas Park High School
6305 118th Avenue
Largo, FL 33773

(727) 538-7410

Pinellas Park High School has 2231 students in grades 9 - 12, five administrators, 127 teachers, and 57 staff members including cafeteria, plant operations, clerks and office personnel. All of these stakeholders, as well as the community, parents, and numerous volunteers are supporters of Patriot Pride!

PPHS Vision Statement
We are dedicated to helping students achieve maximum potential by providing high quality instruction, which fosters creativity and develops cultural awareness. Students are provided opportunities to grow academically, emotionally, socially, physically and culturally, with recognition of individual differences. PPHS actively involves all stakeholders in support and development of student learning as our students strive to become responsible citizens in a global society.

PPHS Mission Statement
The mission of Pinellas Park High School is to actively engage all students in meaningful learning in a non-threatening and supportive environment. Each student is empowered to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors to become a self-assured, responsible, and economically productive citizen.

PPHS Statement of Beliefs

§ Student learning and well-being are the school’s main priorities.
§ All students can learn.
§ Students are unique in their needs, thought processes, learning styles and will be motivated in different ways.
§ We believe in an integrated curriculum, using a team approach to demonstrate the relevance of each subject.
§ It is essential for each educator to demonstrate genuine concern and care for each student and to show desire for each student to learn.
§ The best learning processes occur when staff is motivated to strive for excellence.
§ Parental support and involvement are necessary for optimum success in education.
§ Consistent rules and discipline, positive values, social skills and mutual respect are necessary for all individuals.
§ After given equal opportunities, everyone is accountable for his or her own success.

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