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Principal's Corner

April News
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If you have not stopped by the high school recently, I encourage you to visit.  Under the direction of Ms. Heather Brown and Mrs. Liz Tabone, art students have created a beautiful mosaic structure to adorn our main entrance lobby.  New bulletin boards and works of art have been installed ...read more.  
 
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PHS News & Announcements

  • FREE SAT Preparation in English and in Math. 

     

    Date:  4/30

    Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 

    Location: Peekskill High School

     

    PHS Students register with your school counselor.

    Students not attending PHS but are Peekskill Residents should contact:

    Mrs. Gabrielle Khan at Peekskill High School Counseling Department

    (914) 737-0201, Ext. 311

                                                                                         

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  • The PHS Drama Club Presents

    Hairspray

    Thursday, April 28 at 7 PM

    Friday, April 29 at 7 PM

    Saturday, April 30 at 1 PM & 7 PM

    in the PHS Auditorium 

    Tickets: $15 Adults; $10 Students/Seniors; Children under 5: FREE

    Click here to pre-order tickets. DEADLINE: April 22

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  • Blood Drive

    The Interact Club at Peekskill High School is hosting a blood drive with New York Blood Center on Thursday, May 5th with new extended hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Please help them break their record of 99 donations!

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  • High School Science Research Symposium

    Monday, June 6

    7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

     

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  • 2016 PHS Regents Schedule

    Click here for Regents schedule.


    2016 Regents Prep Schedule

    Click here for Project Success Academy schedule.

    Regents Prep Calendar

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  • Parent Portal

    IMPORTANT REMINDER

    Please remember, as stated in this previously posted letter, that progress reports and report cards will no longer be mailed home for students in Grades 6-12. You must register in the Parent Portal to access this information. In addition to grades, you will also find other academic information such as schedules and assignments in the Portal. Click here if you need to register for a Parent Portal account.

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Headlines

  • PHS' Brittany Pauta Accepted to the New York Medical College STAR Program

    Congratulations to Peekskill High School’s Advanced Science Research (ASR) student Brittney Pauta for being accepted to the New York Medical College STAR Program, which matches a student to conduct authentic research with a medical scientist/professor at NY Medical College. Brittney is the first PHS ASR student to be accepted to this program. She will work this summer with Dr. Kobets to research epigenetics. When Brittney returns in fall, she will have real data to write her research paper, and compete in prestigious fairs.

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  • PHS Tennis Team Sees Best Season in Decades

    Take a minute to congratulate the PHS Tennis Team on having one of the best tennis seasons ever! Players Joey Muschette, Aaron Breton, Karlos Chamba, Anthony Castro and Devonte Woodton are part of a blended team alongside Putnam Valley students. Click on the headline above to read more about the team's amazing season.

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  • Iron Devils Robotics Team Places 2nd in State Competition

    Congratulations Iron Devils! On Sunday, April 3 the Peekskill Iron Devils Robotics Team took part in the New York Rube Goldberg competition at the Engineering Expo in White Plains, coming in second place out of 10 teams from across the state. Click on the headline above to read more about this story.

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  • PHS Students Visit Five Towns College

    A group of Peekskill High School’s Performing Arts students ventured off campus to visit Long Island’s Five Towns College on April 14. During their visit, they watched part of a theater production, took a tour of the building, visited dorms, sat in on classes and even got to meet and greet professors. The students returned from the trip excited, motivated and with a true picture in their minds of what it is like to be a performing arts student at the college level. Click on the headline above to read more about this visit.

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  • PHS Foreign Language Week Culminates with Food Festival

    The Peekskill High School Foreign Language Department recently celebrated their 11th Annual Foreign Language Week by treating students to a variety of culturally influenced activities. Click on the headline above to read more about this event and to check out a photo album from the Food Festival.

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  • PHS Students Exchange Letters with Peers in Spain

    Students in Carolyne Hall’s Spanish 3 class are currently corresponding with student pen pals from Spain. The Peekskill High School students have been writing to their peers at Instituto de Educacion Secundaria les Gonzalez Allende in Toro, Spain, which is located just north of Madrid. Click on the headline above to read about what our students' letters contain and what their Spanish counterparts have written as well.

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  • PHS Art Students Take Part in "I'm Tired" Project at HVCCA

    Peekskill High School art students recently had the opportunity to work with emerging British artist Paula Akpan. Akpan has teamed up with fellow artist Harriet Evans to produce an exhibition entitled, “I’m Tired,” which is currently on display at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Arts. The “I’m Tired” project focuses on the lasting impact of everyday micro-aggression, assumptions and stereotypes through the personal stories of their subjects. Click on the headline above to read more on this story and to find out when our student's work will be on display at HVCCA.

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