Patrick Henry High School
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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Sophomores and Juniors: Those who were invited to the PSAT meeting are reminded to sign up for the PSAT in the high school office. The deadline to sign up is Friday, September 15. The cost of the test is $16 and it will be taken at 8:00 am in the High School Computer Lab on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. There are 30 spots available to take the PSAT - it will be a first-come, first-serve basis. Please see Mrs. Hieber for additional questions.
Need a transcript request?
Visit the HS Guidance Page located under Students.
As a result of some feedback, we will offer a “starter” list of supplies for the school year. This list does not contain all the possible needed supplies. Some supplies are dependent on the classes a student is enrolled in. Students can get those supply lists or request from teachers at the beginning of the school year. Here is the list.
The graduation requirements are changing starting with the class of 2018. This sophomore class will be the last class required to pass the OGT to graduate. Click here to read more about the new graduation requirements.
Please view a presentation for more information.
Compulsory attendance laws have changed in the State of Ohio. Absences are not measured in days any further. They will now be measured in hours. Read this document for more guidance. Parents, please be advised. The juvenile court system will be involved earlier in truant and excessive absents.
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.
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