Pinson Valley High School
|Pinson Valley High School|
|District||Jefferson County Schools|
|Colors||Red and gold|
|Location||6895 U.S. Highway 75|
Pinson Valley High School is a four-year public high school in the Birmingham suburb of Pinson located at 6895 U.S. Highway 75. It is the 5th largest high school in the Jefferson County School System.
School colors are Red and Gold. The athletic teams are called the "Indians".
Enrollment in grades 9-12 for the 2009-2010 school year is approximately 1,028 students with 65 staff members. The principal is Lurlean Brown.
Pinson Valley High School has won several AHSAA County championships in a variety of sports competing at the 6A level, including Boy's basketball 2009. The Pinson Football, welcomes a new head coach and Athletic Director for PVHS for 2009, Matt Glover, who previously coached at Moody High School.
The Pinson Valley Band is referred to as the "Marching Chiefs" and they hold an annual marching competition called the Pride of the Valley. The current Band director is Jeff Caldwell assisted by Carla Roberts and Joe Harbison, who is also Band director at Rudd Middle School.