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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.


Ecolife Conservation gifted the PHHS Aquaponics Club

info and pictures


"New Student Enrollment for 2018-19. 

For information please click on the 4th quick link on the left side of this page."


CIF inline: Patriots down Trojans, pick up first playoff win in school history

check out story here


“San Diego Mesa College: Jump Start Your Success”

Get Saturday School credit  Check out the flyer click here


 Parent University free classes for copy of the Flyer clink on the links below

Reading Fiction& non-fiction English(1).pdf    Reading Fiction& non-fiction Spanish.pdf   

Copy of A-G Requirements English(1).pdf    A-G Requirements Spanish-3.pdf 


Pave the way to a Stadium, Brick Pavers with you, your Family even your team. Click on the Link below


Brick Paver Form


Deadline March 31st




It is that time of year for our Optimist Club of Allied Gardens Oratorical Contest. 


Club Contest Flyer


Oratorical Application


Patrick Henry's Ryan Lieng Elected to Prestigious Key Club Position


As a third-year member of Key Club, Patrick Henry High School junior Ryan Lieng has been a team player.  Having served as Kiwanis Family Chair for his home club over the past year, he has dedicated himself to bringing people together in cooperation and in the name of service.  As an Executive Assistant for the Key Clubs of Division 21, he has provided support and plenty of help behind the scenes to Lieutenant Governor Vy Nguyen of Serra High School. Now, it’s his turn to take the lead. Lieng ran for, and won, the right to serve as Division 21 Key Club Lt. Governor for the 2018-19 term.  He will officially take office on Sunday, April 8th when he is sworn in at the Cali-Nev-Ha Key Club District Convention in Reno, Nevada. The election itself turned out to be less than suspenseful, as Ryan’s only remaining competition for the job withdrew his name from the race just days before the annual Key Club Conclave was to take place.  Still, as a formality, Ryan was required to deliver a campaign speech and face questions from the audience before the election could be certified. Despite a rigorous academic workload, Ryan has compiled more than 200 hours of community service as a Key Clubber.  He also gained valuable leadership experience as a member of Patrick Henry’s ASB during the 2016-17 school year. As a Lt. Governor, Ryan will be asked to support, supervise, and report on the activities of fourteen different Key Clubs in the San Diego metropolitan area.  Ryan will lead a Division Council Meeting (DCM) for club members once per month, coordinate his own team of divisional assistants, and help host large-scale events such as the annual Key Club Regional Training Conference (RTC).  His territory in Division 21 ranges from Point Loma north to La Jolla, then east to Scripps Ranch, Serra, and Patrick Henry. Ryan will also represent the San Diego region as a member of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District Board, where he will be given committee assignments and potentially help make policy decisions affecting more than 45,000 Key Club members. Following his election, Ryan is set to become the sixth Lt. Governor in the 49-year history of PHHS Key Club.  Congratulations, Ryan!



PHHS Articulation Night Class of 2022


 Patriot of the Year application (Senior Award)

Deadline Feb. 23rd







*** UCSD Engineering Outreach Program has been cancelled due to low enrollment.  ***






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"
Lady Patriots make the News
Lady Patriots hoops team featured on KUSI.
Principal Gillingham with teacher of the year Kyra Bartlett PHHS Teacher of the Year is...
Kyra Bartlett has been named PHHS Teacher of the Year!

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