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  • PVHS accepting students for Sept. 9 session

    Aug 26, 2015 | Read More News
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    Pima Vocational High School is accepting students for the program session that begins Wednesday, Sept. 9. 

    PVHS graduationInterested students may attend a two-day orientation for new students on Sept. 2-3, 1:30-4:30 p.m., at PVHS’s downtown campus, 97 E. Congress St., Suite 30. Call 724-9740 to reserve a spot. A registration packet can be obtained on the PVHS website or at the downtown campus (downstairs in the Indian Center building).

    Students must be 16-21 years old to attend. The school’s goals for students are that they leave with their high school diploma, with a career plan, and possessing the ability to sustain a job. Classes are held year-round, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Since PVHS opened its doors in 2000, 524 students have graduated. 

    Pima Vocational High School is a program of the Pima County Community Services, Employment and Training Department. The students, who must meet all of the Arizona Essential Skills requirements to graduate, take courses on resume writing and career skills and can earn paid job placements and internships. In addition, students meet weekly with an advisor and attend classes with 15 or fewer students.

    In addition to its downtown campus, PVHS also offers classes at 5025 W. Ina Road in northwest Tucson.