Patrick Henry High School
HS Principal's Message
Thank you for visiting the Patrick Henry High School Website.
Our staff consists of nearly 30 adults (including certified and classified staff) who help to provide a great learning environment for all of the students that walk the halls of PHHS. We are fortunate to be able to serve approximately 300 students both on our campus and at Four County Career Center.
The district’s vision statement talks about creating life-long learners. At PHHS, we believe that to be of the utmost importance. After the four years students spend at PHHS, they will transition into the real world. Our goal is to be able to foster these life-long learners and prepare them for the real world challenges they will face.
Please contact me with any questions you may have. I can be reached by phone (419-274-3015) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Project Revolution students should click the link below for the DAP survey. If you are not a Project Revolution student, you should not take the survey.
Parents: Here is the End Of Course Exam Schedule for the upcoming weeks. Please contact the high school with questions.
ELA II Session A 3/27 / ELA II Session B 3/28
ELA I Session A 3/29 / ELA I Session B 3/30
Biology 4/3- Session A and Session B
American History- Session A and Session B
Algebra I Session A 4/5 / Algebra I Session B 4/6
American Government 4/7 Session A and Session B
Geometry Session A 4/10 / Geometry Session B 4/11
Here is the presentation that was used on 2/28/17 at the graduation update presentation.
We have changed our structure in the guidance department. Mrs. Anita Hieber is new to the school counseling department this year. She will be working with Mr. Todd West for grades 7-12. Their offices are in the main office complex of the high school very near the new 7th/8th grade wing.
Todd West- Grades 10,11,12 (email@example.com)
Anita Hieber- Grades 7,8,9 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Starting October 17th the front entrance to the high school will be open for use. Students leaving early or coming in late will be able to use it. Additionally the public will be able to enter through those doors. Morning drop offs and afternoon pick ups should still be done through the Southeast doors.
All of the construction work is not complete on the front entrance but we have been told that we can start using it as a functional entrance.
Students grades 10-12 that need a transcript sent, need to email email@example.com. In the subject line put "Transcript Request." In the email put the location name, address and all needed information for the transcript to be sent. You will receive a confirmation email when it is sent. You will no longer request these transcripts through your counselor.
Click here to access the document that must be submitted to request a transcript. The document can be sent back or faxed to the information at the top of the sheet. The request may be emailed back to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Recently Holly Schmenk earned a very prestigious award. She became a National Champion at the National Agiscience Fair. Click here to learn more abou it.
The PHHS FFA, headed by advisor Abby Readshaw, was recently awarded a $10,000 grant. Below is some information provided to the school by the awarding group.
Congratulations! Your school district has been selected to receive a $10,000.00 grant for Enhancing Availability of Technologyto Rural Students through America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Growing the next generation is very important to farmers, and they realize that you are an integral part of that process. To show their appreciation, farmers in your area nominated you to receive this grant. After your application was submitted, it was reviewed first by math and science teachers from ineligible school districts, then by the America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education Advisory Council, a group of 29 prominent farmers from across the country. The Advisory Council was impressed with your dedication to your students and your innovative ideas for improving their educational experiences.
The Patrick Henry Board Of Education has approved a student athlete random drug testing policy. Student athletes in grades 9-12 will be tested randomly during the athletic seasons they participate. In the policy is a consent form. The consent form must be signed by the student athlete and a parent/guardian for the student to participate in the sport season. Please view the policy, a quick FYI document and the consent form with the below links.