PHS Tree Planting Event
Our students here at PHS recently planted tress behind the school. With Mr. Brown and Jim Hutchinson from Oregon Stewardship we were able to plate lots of new trees! Thank you to Jim Hutchinson and all that helped!
Below is a shot of the kids with Mr. Brown and Jim Hutchinson
Below is a shot of Jim Hutchinson and a few students!
Pirate Parchment 2nd edition is here!
The latest edition of the Pirate Parchment can be found Here!
January 21, 2014
Dear Parents and Guardians:
It’s hard to believe that a semester is already over!! As a new administrator to this district, I am pleasantly surprised and encouraged by the enthusiasm and support the community and parents have for Pacific High School’s students and staff. Without this support, we would not be able to do the things we do.
The students and staff have been working hard thus far. Our staff has been stepping up the intensity and volume of instruction. The demand of teaching common core standards and transitioning to proficiency grading, that reflects student learning more, has kept everybody busy. I am very proud of our students and the efforts they are putting into their school work and in the positive attitudes they display every single day at school.
Pacific High School has been busy with academic endeavors in and outside the classroom. Our woodshop class had an excellent showing at the Langlois and Port Orford Holiday Craft fairs. The students made pizza paddles, pens, and cutting boards along with Adirondack chairs. The band and choir classes held their annual holiday concert, with students performing a variety of numbers. The digital media class produced a calendar featuring photos that were taken at different places through Port Orford and Langlois communities and are selling them to raise money to put back into the digital media program. The marine science class has been working with an agency to help with ocean water testing and have gone on field trips to Rocky Point to help collect water samples. I am excited that our staff has given our students opportunities to experience things outside of books and lectures.
As the new principal, I am very excited to be a part of the Port Orford/Langlois School District and the communities that make up this district. I have felt welcomed by the students, staff, and community and am appreciative of all the support that I have received. I look forward to working with the students of this district achieve their goals and make Pacific High School the best school on the South Coast.
Please feel free to stop by and see all the great things that are happening at Pacific High School!!
THE CLASS OF 2014!
PHS Firewood Fundraiser
Firewood made from the trees that were cut down in front of Pacific High School is now available for purchase! Money raiesd will go towards a new track/soccer stadium with bleachers for PHS.
|Truck Load|| $75 - $100 (U-Load)|
|Truck Load (with side rails)|| $150 (U-Load)|
|Small Trailer|| $100 (U-Load)|
|Large Trailer|| $150 - $(U-Load)|
|Truck Load|| $75 - $100 - 200 (U-Load)|
|Split Wood (4'x4'x8' stack)|| $150 (U-Load)|
For a printable flyer, click here.
Information about Pacific High School
School Hours: 8:20 AM to 3:20 PM
Pacific High School is located approximately midway between Port Orford and Langlois in a rural setting. Tucked against the foothills of the Coast Range, Pacific High School serves 80 students in grades 9-12. The high school has met or exceeded all standards required by both the State of Oregon and No Child Left Behind legislation over the past several years and its graduates have demonstrated that they can academically compete successfully with students from anywhere in the nation. A recently completed construction project on the PHS North Wing has been finished, completely remodeling the wing. Brand new facilities include a new library and five new classrooms. Inviting, well-lit hallways welcome students on a day to day basis.
The school has a teaching staff of eleven full-time teachers. Our student to teacher ratio is 12:1.
Pacific High School currently offers students the opportunity to participate in various school-related activities and clubs as well as the opportunity to compete in cross-country, volleyball, soccer, football, wrestling, basketball, golf and track and field.
The Sixes River, nationally known for salmon and steelhead fishing, is located just two miles south of the high school and Cape Blanco, "the farthest west point in the contiguous United States" is only a short drive away.