Brooks Auditorium is easily visible from the main parking lot. Here we gather for cohort meetings, performing arts concerts & parent meetings.
The Business Office is the place to go to pay for fees: athletics, fine arts, yearbook, parking permits, etc. It is also used for textbook distribution & ticket sales for student functions.
Our Cajero Library offers a variety of services. You have access to research tools, books & references. Visit Cajero Library website for more.
Our Cafeteria offers many lunch options for our hungry Warriors. Make sure to check out the mural painted by alum Luis Gustavo Mena.
The Cicero Technology Building is home to photography, journalism, health care, graphic design, automotive & other classes.
LaVetter Gym is used by physical education classes, practice courts & lunch time basketball.
Lever Gym is located on the westside of campus and it is used for many purposes: physical education classes, spirit assemblies & sporting events.
Our Main Hall serves as a hub to the school. To your left is our science wing & to your right our fine arts classes. Straight ahead you will find our Cajero Library & Special Projects Room.
Our Main Office is located in the center of campus. Here you will find our Administrators, Attendance Clerks, Athletics Staff & it's home to many other services.
The Nuñez Tennis Courts are located west of Lever Gym. They are mainly used by our boys & girls tennis teams. Physical Education classes will use the courts from time to time.
Our Patio serves mainly as our lunch area for those that prefer to eat outside. During spirit weeks, Student Council will come out to play music & run different spirit activities. Many clubs also host evening events including Encuentros, Science Night & Fiesta de los Guerreros.
Our Pool is located between Lever Gym & LaVetter Gym. It's primarily used by our Water Warriors Swimming Team.
98.7 THE BLOCK is Tucson's only high school radio station. Watch some of their shows on their YouTube Channel.
Santa Cruz Stadium is the home of our football, soccer & track teams. Physical Education classes also use it for mile runs & other activities. During fire drills, classes will gather here while teacher account for all their students. We celebration graduation here at the end of every school year. The field is named after our first football coach Lou Farber.
The Special Projects Room located near the Cajero Library is a multi-purpose room. It's used for meetings, special guests & club events.
The Starks Little Theatre located west of the Brooks Auditorium is the home to our Drama Classes. Staff meetings & other evening functions are also held here.
A. You can find out contact information for our Athletics Director and Athletics Administrative Secretary on our Athletics webpage.
A. Pueblo offers many Student Clubs for you to join. We will be updating list of virtual meeting times.
A. Visit the Counseling Staff webpage to find your counselor & click on the book appointment link.
A. You can register for our credit recovery through 21st Century or Summer School.
A. We are a closed campus. Students are not allowed to leave campus or order food deliveries.
A. These are the official accounts for Pueblo on social media:
Instagram: @pueblowarriors & @puebloathletics
Twitter: @PuebloWarriors & @PuebloAthletics (every sport also has an account available on Athletics webpage)
A. Administrators, teachers, counselors, nurse & social workers are available for you. If you need immediate help visit our Support Services webpage.
A. Simply text @pueblo[graduating year] to 81010. You will receive all the latest news, upcoming events & much more. We recommend you download the Remind App. Visit our Text Alerts webpage for more details.
A. You can schedule an appointment with your counselor to change your schedule for serious reasons only.The teacher gives too much homework or my class is too far are not considered valid reasons.
Pueblo Athletics has won 15 State Championships! The two most recent championship teams were Boys Soccer & Softball in 2016. In 2018 the Girls Basketball team finished Runner-Up.
Some notable Pro Athletes:
Lafayette "Fat" Lever - Denver Nuggets
George Arias - San Diego Padres
Pueblo High School opened it's doors on Monday, April 2, 1956. It cost $1,753,700 to build in approximately 17 months.
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