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 For school calendars and upcoming events:  Please see the 3 calendar shortcuts on the top left of this page, and the Upcoming Events highlights section below on this page.


Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now: $5 for ASB cardholders, $10 otherwise.  Students, the last day to buy a ticket is October 25.  Ticket lines will get longer the week of 10/23, so check the LOP list now and if you're clear, complete your dance contract and buy your ticket now!


Federal Survey Cards are being sent home October 5 and our goal is 100% completed!  Please turn in your completed card as soon as possible.


Saturday School (CASSAS) starts October 7.  For more information, please see the main menu under Students/Saturday School, or talk with VP Mrs. Pacofsky.


The SDUSD Choice Application window is open from October 2 to November 13.  For more information or to apply please click here.  PHHS has a campus tour on November 1 for all families interested in enrolling at PHHS.


Way to go Erin Mangahis!  Inspired by a TED talk, Erin implemented the Secret Kindness Agents program in her classroom.  Click here to read Erin's story published in Teaching Tolerance magazine.



Welcome to a new school year! 

Please click here for the 2017-18 student handbook.  It is under the "Students" menu.

Please click here for information from the attendance office.


Free/Reduced Price Lunch Application:  Please click here or complete a paper form available in the Attendance Office.

All families are encouraged to complete an application because our school's funding is partly based on the number of families qualifying for free/reduced lunch.  Qualifying families also have reduced fees for AP testing and transportation.

Families who received free/reduced lunch in 2016-17 need to reapply now for 2017-18 because the free/reduced status is expiring soon.

Questions?  Please call Food Services at 858-627-7328.  Thank you!


PowerSchool has been updated. Parents can now update student information online.

Click here for a guide on updating demographics.

Click here for a letter to parents.


Patrick Henry Named One of America's Most Challenging High Schools

The Washington Post’s Education Columnist Jay Matthews released his annual rankings of how well the nation’s top high schools challenge their students. 2017 showed a sustained increase in the number of schools that qualify for America’s Most Challenging High Schools list, with about 12 percent of U.S. high schools making the cut. When the list debuted in 1998, just one percent qualified.

Read Jay’s column here. View the rankings here.







 Students now have access to their digital badges.

Please click the welcome badge to access digital badges.









School News

Group photo of Triple E award winners 2016-17 Triple E Awards
Triple E Award Winners 2016-17
PHHS Student Athletes Take CIF Badminton Crown
Brian Tran and Mikayla Aguilar take top honors at CIF badminton.
Poster for PHHS Dance Team presents The King of Pop Dance Team presents "The King of Pop"
The PHHS Dance Team will perform "The King of Pop" 4/14/17
KUSI news still frame of PHHS volleyball team in tournament Patrick Henry Boys Volleyball Team is on a hot streak!
Team wins the Del Lago Academy 2-day tournament.
Triple E award logo The Triple E Awards
The Triple E Awards are upon us!!!
Winter Sports Recap
It was a successful year for Henry Winter sports. Here is a quick recap.
PHHS Drama Presents "Disney's The Little Mermaid"
PHHS Drama Presents "Disney's The Little Mermaid"

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