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Principal's Corner

  • October News
    Peekskill High School is on the move and there is much for us to be proud of and celebrate! Here are a few of our notable accomplishments: our graduation rate is the highest it has been in the past five years; our passing rate on New York State regents examinations has increase; over 80% of our graduates were accepted to and are attending college; our select chorus ...read more.
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2017-2018 District Calender

  • 2017-2018 District Calendar


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    March 10, 2015.
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PHS News & Announcements


  • PHS' Shion Darby Named One of LoHud's "Super 7" for the 2017 Basketball Season

    Shion Darby, a junior at Peekskill High School, has been named one of LoHud's "Super 7" candidates for this year's Boys Basketball season. LoHud's annual Super 7 seeks to identify, "the very best of the best." Congratulations, Shion!

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  • PHS Concert Band Honors Veterans at City Celebration

    Despite the below freezing temperatures on Saturday, November 11, the PHS Concert Band students were at the City of Peekskill’s Veterans Day Ceremony to pay honor to our service men and women. About one third of the band’s instruments could not play due to the frigid conditions, but instead of going home the band members who could not play stood with their peers and supported them throughout the ceremony. After the ceremony, the students went to the American Legion Hall to enjoy lunch with the veterans. “The band sounded great and we got many compliments,” said PHS Band Director Mr. John Hahn. “The students represented our school and district to the highest degree.”

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  • PACE Field Trip Leads to Team Building; Fun for All

    On Thursday, November 2, the Peekskill High School PACE program went on a field trip to Depew Park and Blue Mountain. After the hike, PACE staff members hosted a barbecue and held a field day for students. Some of the activities for the field day included a three-legged race, relay races and a staff versus student kickball game. Click on the headline to read more about the day.

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