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Coconino High School is a public secondary school located in Flagstaff, Arizona (USA). Coconino High School enrolls students in grades 9-12 and is one of two high schools in the Flagstaff Unified School District.
The school first opened its doors in September of 1967 to grades 10-12. The school's namesake is the name of the county in which it is located, Coconino County. Since its founding, the school building has been remodeled twice, once in 1977 and then again in 1989. In 1989 a major change occurred when ninth graders were added to make our school a ninth grade through twelfth grade grade configuration.
Coconino High School serves most East Flagstaff neighborhoods and also serves a portion of the Navajo Nation. The school also serves the northern and eastern outlying suburbs and rural areas of Flagstaff, such as Doney Park and Winona.
Coconino High School has a student to teacher ratio of 31.2 to 1. Eighty-two percent of the school's faculty has ten or more years of teaching experience.
Below is a list of percentages that represent the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards on the Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) test.
Coconino High School maintains a variety of after-school activities for students to participate in. Activities offered include the Coconino High School Student Council, SkillsUSA, All Stars, Aztecca, Drama, the Coconino High School chapter of the National Honor Society, Native American Club, Tie-dye Club, and the Fabric Arts Club. Coconino High School also has a host of athletic teams.
Coconino High School is also home to the "CocoNuts" FIRST Robotics Team, the first and only program of its kind in Northern Arizona. They have garnered acclaim by qualifying for the FIRST Robotics World Championship Competition every year since their establishment in the 2007-08 school year.
Coconino High School is also home to the 1999 National Science Teacher of the Year, David Thompson, who concurrently teaches physics at Coconino High School while being a master teacher at the Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CTSL) at Northern Arizona University.
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