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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PVJH Students of the Month
The PVJH Students of the Month for November are
7th grade: Madison Caldwell and Dakota Weatherford
8th grade: Makayla Wilkerson and Grant English
9th grade: Chloe Flinn and Jonathan Velez
Caldwell is the daughter of Blake and Danielle Caldwell. Her hobbies include showing
pigs. Madison is active in cheer, softball, and basketball. Her plans for the
future are to become a dentist.
Weatherford is the son of Shane and Alecia Weatherford. His hobbies include sports,
video games and building things with his Dad. At school he plays football,
basketball, golf and is a member of Stuco. In the future he plans to become a
scientist or a child physiatrist.
Wilkerson is the daughter of Stephen and Julie Wilkerson. At school she
participates in band, softball, and basketball. In the future Makayla plans to
attend college and become a veterinarian.
English is the son of Adam and Tania English. Grant enjoys playing piano and
video games. At school he participates in band and in his free time he
volunteers at the Samaritans food pantry. In the future he plans to become a
Chloe Flinn is
the daughter of Frank and Racheal Flinn. Her hobbies include reading and listening
to music. At school Chloe participates in band and is on the basketball team.
In the future she plans to own her own real estate company.
Velez is the son of Juan and Guille Velez. His hobbies include running, playing
basketball and singing. Jonathan’s future plans are to attend college and
become a coach.
Next week, we will play Wynnewood on Thursday, November 15th at 4 pm at JH Auditorium
November 28th is our Round Robin Tournament at Trinity Baptist here in PV. It will be from 8:30 am to 4 pm.
These are all 5th -8th grade. We are in the Middle School Academic League with surrounding towns.
Welcome back students! We hope you had a great summer and ready for a great year. We look forward to seeing your smiling faces!
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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