Tiyan High School was awarded an Initial Accreditation by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). 

Congratulations Titans!
National Career Readiness Certificate NCRC recipients, 43 Students out of 59 who took the test! Gold (1), Silver (24), Bronze (18)

THANK YOU WASC TEAM! Dr. Bustcher and Ms. Paulino


  • Scheduled half days for the school year 2014-2015: 
May 27
Note: Students must be at the bus shelter by 8am during half days.

Gates Opened  Breakfast Classes Begin Dismissal
 8:45 AM 8:45 –  9:30 AM 9:45 AM 1:15 PM
  • April 20-May 7, District Wide Assessment
  • May 7, PASTA Meeting and Awards Night 6pm
  • May 14-May 15, Science Fair Expo
  • May 19, 6pm Senior Parent Information Meeting (SPIM) Cafeteria
  • May 22, Senior Exams!
  • June 1-2, 9th to 11th grade Exams!
  • June 4, Last Day of Classes
  • Gates Open: 5:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. (Busses)
  • Main Office: 7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
  • Business Office: 6:30 a.m. -1:15 pm.
  • Counseling Office: 6:45 a.m. -1:15 pm.
  • Nurse’s Office: 6:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
  • Students are not allowed on campus prior to
  •  6:00 a.m.
  • Registration Requirements
  • Physical exam and PPD are required for all incoming ninth graders
Registration Packets are available in the main office for new students

School T-shirts
T-shirts will be available for purchase at Ginos for $10.99.

Dress Code

Casual wear, no tank tops, shorts/skirts no more than 2" above the knee, no leggings/jeggings, no tight skinny jeans, close-toed shoes. No pull over jackets. Jackets must be open at front with zipper or button, cardigans are recommended.
No hats, beanies or bandanas


Clear or mesh


Pick up time: 5:30 am

For more information call 300-5570.


May 27 Half Day Activity
  • No Bag Day
Effective Monday 11/24/14 
  •  Boomboxes are no longer allowed on campus
Uniform Colors:
  • Black Top
  • Khaki Bottom    
Power Announcement 
  • Parents will now be receiving an automated phonecall on attendance notification of their child(ren).

Student Planners
  • Students received their student planners last week. 
  • Please submit acknowledgement page 23 of the handbook to homeroom teacher with student and parent signature.
  • Use this as a communication tool between your child's teacher, school and home.
  • New Students- please inquire from the main office to obtain a school planner.

Department of Education Vision Statement

“Every student:  Responsible, Respectful and Ready for Life”

Department of Education Mission Statement

“Our Educational Community…Prepares All Students for Life, Promotes Excellence, Provides Support”

Tiyan High School Mission Statement

At Tiyan High School, our mission is to provide a challenging learning environment that promotes academic excellence which inspires students to be globally competitive.

Tiyan High School Goals

Goal 1.  Tiyan High School students will graduate prepared to pursue post-secondary education on- or off-island or to assume gainful employment within the public or private sector. 

Goal 2. All Tiyan High School students will successfully progress from grade to grade and from one level of schooling to another in order to maximize the opportunities to successfully graduate from high school.

Goal 3. All Tiyan High School instructional personnel will meet high standards for qualifications and ongoing professional development and will be held accountable for all assigned responsibilities.

Goal 4. Tiyan High School Community will establish and sustain a safe, positive and supportive environment.

Goal 5. All GDOE operations activities will maximize the critical uses of limited resources and meet high standards of accountability.

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