Tioga High School
Our school includes a variety of activities, clubs, and sports programs to round out student’s overall school experience
Tioga High School is a small, rural comprehensive high school located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near the north gate of Yosemite National Park. The community is fortunate to have a well-staffed college-prep program with highly qualified teachers. With a student population of approximately 60 and a teaching staff of 5 full-time equivalents, the teacher to student ratio is roughly 12:1. In addition, the school also has a ¼ time counselor, full-time teaching principal, full-time secretary, fulltime aide, full-time custodian/maintenance worker, and a behavioral counselor available at school one day a week.
Agricultural Sciences and Mechanics
Students learn about science through an agricultural lens and are able to be part of Future Farmers of America (FFA) where they have opportunities to participate in leadership activities and learn more about the agricultural community.
Through agricultural education, students are provided opportunities for leadership development, personal growth, and career success. Agricultural education instruction is delivered through three major components:
- Classroom/Laboratory instruction (contextual learning)
- Supervised Agricultural Experience programs (work-based learning)
- Student leadership organizations (National FFA Organization)
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Students involved in FFA are able to attend events and conferences to develop leadership skills to prepare for careers in the science, business, and technology of agriculture. Many members raise animals to show and auction or create entries for the County Fair.
Concurrent Enrollment in Community College Courses
Students can enroll in online community college courses to supplement their course load or explore areas of interest. Class time is given during their school day to work on their classes. They are able to earn college credits while applying those to high school as well.