School Information

  • Pinellas Secondary SchoolPinellas Secondary School

    Address: 8570 66th St., Pinellas Park, FL 33781

    Phone: (727) 549-6550

    Fax: (727) 549-6555

    Pinellas County Schools Administration: (727) 588-6000

    Principal: Ms. Robin N. Mobley 

    The Mission Statement of Pinellas Secondary

    At Pinellas Secondary School (PSS), our focus is two-fold:  both academic and behavioral. Our goals are to further the education of our students and to assist them with learning to identify and change behaviors that interfere with their academic and life goals.  As a team, we are committed to helping students learn to replace undesirable behaviors with appropriate, self-esteem building behaviors. What sets us apart is how we accomplish these goals.  At Pinellas Secondary School, our focus is on the positive, believing that whatever we water, grows.

    We employ a Positive Behavior Plan which includes a focus on the positive in all that we do and a recognition and enforcement of our community boundaries.  Our positive focus is achieved by teaching a variety of life and recovery skills aimed at developing positive, life-enhancing decision making.  It means valuing the development of interpersonal and conflict resolution skills in addition to traditional academic learning.  Our boundaries are established democratically and consistently implemented throughout the entire school community.  As a staff, we recognize that we teach best by modeling what we believe, by living the changes and the change process that we hope to see in our students and in our world.
    Pinellas Secondary School’s school-wide values are respect, responsibility, and civility creating a safe environment for students and staff. We will deliver this theme consistently throughout our entire school using character education. Our students will strive to live within the boundaries and become more confident, build inner strength, and make better decisions. As a result of the students’ behavioral growth, they remain in class, engage actively in lessons, increase academic success as evidence: GPA, honor roll, principal’s list, promotion rate, attendance, and test scores. We teach our students that their greatest freedom is the ability to choose, and that they are free to choose the type of person they want to become. Attitude is a choice; and we support each other’s positive choices. We all learn, celebrate, share, laugh and hold the community accountable.