What is a typical Piedmont Hills High School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend Piedmont Hills High School.

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Anonymous, Student, Piedmont Hills High School, Class of 2016

Piedmont itself is very different than any other high school it is very school oriented. A typical Piedmont student is very academically involved. They would try their hardest in school also they would take up a sport and make it their duty to master it. Even with school and sports they are still very school spirited and are proud to be a Pirate. The student will be highly influenced by their parent to take up AP classes to make themselves stand out. They wouldn't only meet the high school requirements they would meet the college requirement. They will take SAT classes to try to improve themselves. Even the "jocks" are smart and friendly. There are some cliques but they are nice and will talk to other kids around the school. A typical Piedmont student is nice and friendly, social, and smart.

Anonymous, Student, Piedmont Hills High School, Class of 2017

A typical Piedmont Hills High School student is a excessively spirited person who participates in school rallies, has a membership with various clubs, participates or participated in at least one sport, and has decent grades.

Anonymous, Student, Piedmont Hills High School, Class of 2016

The typical student at Piedmont Hills High School is good with technology, mature and, respectful. They all usually are competent with technology and they are good students who are respectful.

Anonymous, Student, Piedmont Hills High School, Class of 2017

A typical Piedmont Hills High School student is very active in activities related to the school, and active in at least one club usually. Many of the people I know are also involved in sports, and are still able to keep their grades up. I would say most of the students are very positive and are very driven to have a good career. A person who should attend this high school honestly should be anyone who wants to make a positive impact in their community and in their own life, relating to school and education wise anyone who wants to put in the effort to get that good grade.

Anonymous, Student, Piedmont Hills High School, Class of 2016

It is difficult to sum up an entire student body into a single character, but to represent the majority of the population, I would say middle-class, Asian, achieving, and generally good-natured. Anyone looking for a safe environment with a multiplicity of extracurricular opportunities where they can learn alongside similarly ambitious students would enjoy Piedmont Hills.

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