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School begins at 7:45 & is Dismissed at 2:15 Daily 

Compact Day is EVERY Wednesday with dismissal at 1:15


4/25   Pieology Dine Out 11 Am - 9:30 PM

4/27   Variety/Talent Show 2:30 -3:30

5/9     Showcase (Open House) 5:50 -7:30

5/10   Minimum Day 11:50 Dismissal

          PTSA Meeting 8:45 AM

5/11   Coffee with the Counselors 8:30 AM

5/14 - 5/25  State Testing

5/16  Spring Band Concert @ UHS 7 PM

5/23  Volunteer Luncheon

         Spring Band Concert 7PM @ PJH

5/28  NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day

5/30  Field Day

6/1    8th Grade Promotion Party 6PM - 8PM

6/4    Activity Day (information will be sent home w/ students)

6/5    Yearbook Distribution Day

6/6    8th Grade Promotion 1 PM Bridges Auditorium– 450 N College Way, Claremont.

         8th Graders Report to School at 11AM (regular day for 7th graders 7:45 - 11:50)

         Minimum Day for 7th Graders - 11:50 dismissal

6/7    Last Day of School for All Students 

         Report Cards & 8th Grade Promotion Certificates sent home w/ students

         Minimum Day - 11:50 Dismissal


June 6th - 8th Grade Promotion 1 PM

                - Minimum Day 11:50 Dismissal

                - All 8th graders need to report to school at 11 AM for Promotion

June 7th - Last Day Of School

                - Minimum Day 11:50 Dismissal



Upland High Schools Student Services department would like to invite the parents of current students and incoming students to come and hear about what their department is doing to service UHS students and assisting to create a positive environment at Upland High School.

There will also be an opportunity for Questions and Answers and light mingling.

Please join us on May 1, 2018 either at 8:30 am or again at 6:00 pm in the UHS Cafeteria.

We look forward to meeting with you.




Message from Our Principal

Welcome to Pioneer Jr. High School, home of the 49ers.  We are excited about our learning community here on campus!

I look forward to seeing all of our returning students and meeting our new arrivals.  I am generally out in front of campus before and after school, so if you see me and have a question, please don’t hesitate to come by. 

Our mission statement is “We reach, teach and touch the lives of junior high students, preparing them for tomorrow.  We expand their intellectual and physical abilities, develop high levels of proficiency in a diverse curriculum, and address the needs of the whole individual”.  Guided by our core values of “integrity”, “respect”, “learning”, “honesty”, and “responsibility”, we take this mission as sacred to our calling as educators charged with meeting the educational needs of all students.  We invite the community to help us carry out this mission as we all play an integral part in shaping the lives of our students.

We have a history of strong parent involvement at Pioneer, and strive to work together to meet the academic and socio-emotional needs of all children.  Our staff has been working hard to prepare your children for rich and meaningful learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom walls. In addition to the implementation of Common Core, it is our desire to foster what is best in all of our students to become college and career ready upon graduation from high school.

Please check back often on our website to find out about all the wonderful activities and programs available at Pioneer Jr. High.  If you have questions please contact the main office, and we will direct your call to the right person.

Here’s to an excellent 2017-2018 school year!


Aaron Dover


Pioneer Jr. High School


Non-Discrimination Statement: The Upland Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race or ethnicity, gender/sex (including gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and pregnancy-related medical conditions), sexual orientation, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental status, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age (40 and above), genetic information, political belief or affiliation (not union related), a person's association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law, ordinance, or regulation in any program or activity it conducts or to which it provides significant assistance.


For concerns or complaints, please contact:

Title IX Compliance Officer (for Staff and Students) and Equity Compliance Officer -  Alex Ruvalcaba

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