Pine Hill School natures a holistic education leading to success in a diverse society.
To nurture and develop students who will meet the challenges of today's ever changing society through perpetuating their culture and language.
I believe in myself and my ability to do my best at all times. I believe I should treat others as I want them to treat me. I believe in the strength of my heritage that is the foundation upon which I stand. And so, I dedicate myself to study hard and take pride in myself and my school.
Dahnaat'a'í Bee Hodílzin
Kéyah asdladiingo bił háhoodzooígíí
Bidahnaat'a'í shił nilį́įgo biniinaa bích'į́ádíshní
Háálá ájooba' dóó sih hasin yee hadít'é.
Kéyah t'áá si'ą́ą́ n'téé' áłą́ą́' Dine'é yee ahéédahodílzin
Binahjį́ k'é, ajooba' bidziilii bee da'ahííníítą'.
Announcements from PHS
11/17- Junior High Basketball Game at Zuni Middle School 4pm
11-17- Booster Club Meeting at School Library 6pm
11/18- Speaker Mark Deschene weaving demonstration 2:30 school gym.
11/18- Concerned Parent Group Meeting at School Library 6pm
11-19- Speaker Navajo Code Talker Thomas H. Begay 2:30 school gym.
11/20- No School- Parent Teacher Conference 2-6pm
11/20- 6:00-7:00- Student Recognition Ceremony. (Honor Roll and NWEA/NMSBA proficiency in Reading & Math)
11/21- Boys and Girls JV/Varsity Basketball Game at Quemado 4pm.
Lunch Menu Updated
Why Enroll at Pine Hill
We listen, we advise, we lead through example
We insure your child
We do what it takes to educate in harmony
"Pine Hill Schools is committed to developing the culture of excellence in academics and cultural values of our students."Dr. Teresita Inferido, Pine Hill School Science Teacher
Character Counts at PHS