Senior Corner

Senior Proofs & Orders

Senior proofs will be available during all lunches September 1. Representatives from Bill Miller will be available October 13 during all lunches to take portrait orders.

Senior Ad

If you are wanting to honor your graduating senior with an ad in the yearbook, please contact Karly Richardson for more information. All ads are full color. These will be treasured for years to come!

Senior Remind 101

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Get Involved

PHS has many opportunities for students to get involved in extra-curricular activities.  The following is a list of clubs and sports and their sponsors.  Get involved!More

Old Yearbooks for Sale

Did Katrina sink your old yearbooks? Have they been lost over the years? You may be in luck! The PHS Yearbook team has taken inventory of old yearbooks & are selling them at a discount price.More
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  • National Guard Brings BMX Show

     

    The National Guard sponsored a traveling BMX bike show. The presentation challenges students to bring their A-Game every day, all day. Four professional BMX bikers put on quite a show for faculty & students. Mr. Herbert was even volunteered to participate in a trick. At the end of the show, junior Phillip Hancock won a pair of SkullCandy headphones. 

  • Congratulations to Newest Members of 30+ Club

    Congratulations to the newest members of the 30+ club, seniors Kaytlin Maggard and Sam Parker. These students will join several of their classmates with banners prominently displayed in the main foyer recognizing this awesome achievement.

  • PTSO Beauty Pageant Announces Winners

     The PTSO held its annual Beauty Pageant Saturday, January 21 at the Family Interactive Center. Eighteen young women competed in the pageant. Senior, Victoria Hall was crowned the 2017 Most Beautiful. Other winners were:

    Miss Congeniality: Bre-anna Lofton

    Prettiest Hair: Kiara Baker

    Prettiest Smile: Aston Smith

    Prettiest Dress: Amelia Lawrence

    Most Poised: Jordan Dubose

    People's Choice: Jakyla Jackson

    4th Alternate: Gracie Usher

    3rd Alternate: Jinaise Smith

    2nd Alternate: Bre'Anna Lofton

    1st Alternate: Madison Connely

  • Student Teacher Team Selected for Cooperative Learning Experience in Normandy

    Junior Zachary Meiselbach and his history teacher, Katie Gilbert were selected to participate in the 2017 Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Teacher and Student Institute offered through National History Day. Over the next six months the pair will be participating in a program of student-teacher cooperative learning. Their work will culminate in their participation in the Institute, which will begin in Washington DC, and end in Normandy, France this summer. This program only selects 15 students annually, and Meiselbach  is one of only 90 students to have ever been accepted. Click the headline to view more

  • Former Student to Make Potentially Life Saving Bone Marrow Donation

     

    Former student and the son of english teacher, Mrs. Kinsey, is preparing to make a potentially life saving bone marrow donation to a 14 year old girl. As a member of the Mississippi State Maroon Band, he registered when the band had a "Be the Match" drive. He was later contacted saying that he was a match. Read the full article here. (photo by Megan Bean)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • New Attendance Policy
  • Graduation Videos Available

    2016 seniors can come get their free graduation video in the front office. 

  • School Nurse News
    Parents: The school year has come to an end and the start of another will be here before you know it. In order to get the new school year off to a smooth start, I have posted medical forms on the PHS website under "School Nurse News" on the nurse's page under staff. All forms need to be completed by your child's physician before school starts on August 4, 2016. Please have your doctor complete the forms at your child's appointment over the summer. I hope everyone has a safe and healthy summer.

     

    Lana Watts, MSN, RN

    PHS School Nurse

  • Dissections and Dragons
    Monday, May 16th, Biology I students were involved in dissecting frogs and owl pellets.  On Tuesday, May 17th, Jessica Eaves from the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science presented information on mammal and reptile adaptations.  The students were offered hands-on experiences based on the curriculum learned through the semester. Click the headline to view photos from these events.
  • Teen Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness

    Teen prescription (Rx) drug abuse is a serious and growing problem in the United States. According to a survey, one in four high school students has taken a prescription drug that was not prescribed for them by a doctor. Every day, 2,500 young people use a prescription pain reliever to get high for the first time.

    Many teens do not realize that abusing prescription medications or mixing prescription medications with alcohol can cause serious health consequences – even death. It’s important that parents be aware of this issue and monitor teens’ access to prescription drugs. Click headline to read more.

  • PTSO Shirt Orders
    If you are in need of ordering the school approved shirts from PTSO, please stop by the front office to place an order. Order forms are available as well as a drop off box for orders. PTSO will fill orders weekly. 
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