Pauls Valley Junior High School is a comprehensive, three year public junior high school for grades 7, 8, and 9. We have 22 teachers and 2 full-time para-professionals. Current enrollment at PVJH is 332 students. PVJH has 103 students in seventh grade, 100 students in eighth grade, and 129 students in ninth grade. Pauls Valley Junior High School gains approximately 30 to 40 freshmen students yearly, from nearby Whitebead School, a dependent K-8 school.
Pauls Valley Junior High strives to provide a caring, safe, supportive learning environment promoting self-discipline, creativity, motivation, and excellence in learning for all students. Students are taught to be life-long learners, with individual responsibility for self, school, and community. PVJH has outstanding programs for students with varying abilities. The professional, caring staff provides educational programs to meet a wide range of student abilities and needs. Pauls Valley Junior High provides a college preparatory/work ready curriculum and the core curriculum as specified in Senate Bill 1792. PVJH has a strong academic program that ensures each student is provided with many opportunities for academic success.
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Pauls Valley Junior High students participate in numerous clubs and organizations that are actively involved in improving the school and community.
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The PVJH Students of the month for August are:
7th grade: Lexy Thompson and Nathan Chronister
8th grade: Brooklyn Rickert and Cole Campbell
9th grade: Macey Bonner and Riley Burk
Lexy Thompson is the daughter of Travis and Kim Thompson. Her hobbies are tumbling and cheer. At school, Lexy participates in basketball, track, and cheer. She attends Trinity Baptist Church. Lexy is uncertain about her plans for the future, but may go to cosmetology school.
Nathan Chronister is the son of Chad and Alaina Chronister. His hobbies are sports and video games. Nathan participates in golf, football, and basketball at school. His plans for the future are to get married and have a good job.
Brooklyn Rickert is the daughter of Dusti Rickert. In her spare time, Brooklyn enjoys hanging out with friends. She participates in band and cheer in school. After high school, she plans to attend college.
Cole Campbell is the son of Bub and Angie Campbell. He enjoys fishing, riding four-wheelers, and swimming in his spare time. At school, Cole participates in football, basketball, band, and student council. Cole plans to later attend Oklahoma State University to become a mechanical engineer.
Macey Bonner is the daughter of Shawn and Misty Bonner. Her hobbies include: riding fourwheelers, hanging out with family and friends, and playing with her dog. Macy participates in tennis at school. She later plans to attend college at East Central University.
Riley Burk is the son of Jeff and Christina Rains. In his spare time, he enjoys working on cars. Riley is a member of the Academic Team at school. After high school, Riley plans to attend college.
Welcome back students! We hope you had a great summer and ready for a great year. We look forward to seeing your smiling faces!
Thanks to "LovePV" school supplies for PV students will be provided at no charge! Supplies will be delivered to school sites.
*9th grade students will need a calculator
I hope you are enjoying your summer. We definitely are, but we are already in preparation for the upcoming year and already have to supply list for the junior high ready to go!
Students and Parents can pick up enrollment packets on Monday, August 6th and Tuesday, August 7th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Junior High Office. The packets must be returned by Wednesday, August 9th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Schedules will be ready for pick up on Tuesday, August 14th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm for 8th and 9th grade students.
7th Graders and ALL New Students will be able to pick up schedules on Tuesday, August 14th from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm at Orientation. We hope to see you all there!!
109 West Guy
PO Box 780
Pauls Valley, OK 73075
Phone: 405 238 1239
Fax: 405 238 1410
To provide each student a diverse education in a safe, supportive environment promoting self-discipline, creativity, motivation, and excellence in learning.
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