By the 1960s it was already getting full; Huron High School was built in 1967 to relieve crowding and Ann Arbor High was renamed Pioneer, after its mascot. In 1968, students from the old and new schools shared the old building in a split schedule, with Pioneer students attending classes in the morning and Huron students in the afternoon. Somewhat oddly, the mascot was kept, and the school's sports teams are known as the Pioneer Pioneers.
Pioneer has a tradition of success in everything! State-wide recognition for sports (too many state championships too list), nationally recognized for academics, and internationally recognized for music (awarded six GRAMMYs).
Pioneer is built in a fairly traditional and boxy form; reaction to its "factory-like" design was a large factor in Huron's distinctive form.
As of 2000, Pioneer had an official capacity of approximately 1,800 students, but had an enrollment approaching 2,300. Overcrowding problems at both schools led to the building of a new high school, Skyline High School, which is now in operation on Maple Road north of M-14.
Pioneer Park and Ride (AATA Stop) AATA Route 7 see schedule
Pioneer Park and Ride (AATA Stop) AATA Route 14 see schedule
Pioneer Park and Ride (AATA Stop) AATA Route 16 see schedule
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