Tinian Jr./Sr. High School

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Tinian Jr./Sr. High School
Tinian Jr./Sr. High School
Coordinates 14°58′29″N145°37′35″E / 14.974678°N 145.62639709999996°E / 14.974678; 145.62639709999996
TypePublic Secondary
School district CNMI Public School System
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Tinian Jr./Sr. High School (TJSHS) is a secondary school in San Jose Village on the island of Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands.

In 1990 it became a high school. The name changed since the middle school grades (7 and 8) moved to the school in 1998. [1]

Circa 2006 90% of the students were of Chamorro background, with the remainder being of Pacific Island and Korean backgrounds. [2]

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  1. "HISTORY AND INTRODUCTION ." Tinian Jr./Sr. High School. August 28, 2007. Retrieved on January 14, 2017.
  2. "Home." Tinian Jr./Sr. High School. August 30, 2007. Retrieved on January 14, 2017.