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Welcome to the Internet home of the Snowflake Jr. High Lobos. We are part of the Snowflake Unified School District, located in Navajo County in eastern Arizona, just a few hours from Phoenix and Flagstaff. Our school is so excited about our new website! Check back often to find out about the latest news, upcoming events for your calendar, and answers to your most frequently asked questions.

We are dedicated to making our students’ years at Snowflake Jr. High the best they can be. With a number of exciting elective courses and athletic opportunities, we strive to make our curriculum a great balance for the ever-changing needs of our students.

Take some time to browse through our website, and don’t hesitate to contact us with any concerns you may have.

A Message from Our Principal

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students,

Welcome to an exciting new year of learning and growing at the junior high. I am eagerly anticipating working with wonderful, capable students and their parents/guardians. Your junior high experience can be one of the most memorable times of your life, and those memories depend on you being actively involved in all of the educational, social, and extra-curricular activities available. We encourage parents and guardians to get involved as well and stay current on their student's activities and learning by contacting us directly or browsing our website for calendar items, news updates, family link (grades), and contact information for our staff members.

There have been some changes at the junior high school, but I want to assure everyone the successes we have experienced in the past will continue in the future. With the skilled and professional staff at the junior high, those successes can reach even greater heights. But, as in the real world, a student's success depends on his/her effort in learning and responsible behavior. As a staff, we pledge to do our utmost to provide the best educational opportunities for each student. If students will pledge to actively participate in classroom activities, complete assignments and projects to the best of their ability, turn them in on time, and attend school on a daily basis, then success in school will be certain.

Once again, welcome to the junior high experience, and please feel free to come to the office and share ideas, successes, or concerns with us.


Brain Hoopes, Principal

Brian Hoopes, Principal
Brian Hoopes