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  • 2017 Spring Fine Arts Showcase

    On Tuesday, March 28th, at 7 PM in the Kinney Gym Complex (off Richmond Street), Peoria High School will present the 2017 Spring Fine Arts Showcase. This event will feature musical performances by the varsity band, choir, and orchestra. Visual art will be displayed in the adjacent hallway. Members of the dance program will perform as well. Please come out and support the arts at Peoria High School!

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  • District seeks feedback on proposed school day schedule change

    Peoria Public Schools is proposing the following starting/dismissal times as a way to align school starting times with research that indicates older students fare better with later start times -- and also to balance the transportation budget without minimizing services to students and families.

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  • PSA Guest Speaker

    On Friday March 11, students from Mr. Warner's 6th hour orchestra class and music theory enjoyed a lecture and presentation by the expert musician, Dr. Phillip Serna. Dr. Serna holds multiple degrees in music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and Northwestern University. He is an expert in antique instruments such as the viol da gamba. Students actively listening to and discussed music from the renaissance to the modern day written for this unique and historic instrument. Click "read full story" for a picture from the event.

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  • Free SAT Tutoring

    Carver Center has free SAT prep classes every Tuesday from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Students attending have already seen improvements from one practice test to the next. For more information call: (309) 839-0722. There is currently space available.

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  • IHSA Music Competition

    Congratulations to the PHS Music Department for another successful IHSA Music Solo & Ensemble Competition! This event was held all day at Normal West High School on March 5th and featured members of the band, choir, and orchestra. Keep up the great work! Click "read full story" for pictures from the event.

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  • Black History Month 2017

    Peoria High celebrated Black History Month 2017 with many activities throughout the month. Peoria High students took part in a reenactment of Rosa Parks refusal to stand. There were daily trivia questions, an essay contest, and a student assembly on Friday the 17th. The assembly included guest speakers, PHS Dance Team, PSA Drama and Vocal, PHS Step Team, and PHS Raw Talent. The month-long celebration ended with the family showcase on the 23rd. Click on "red full story" for a photo gallery of the month's events

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  • Peoria High School families celebrate Black History Month

    Peoria High School students and their families celebrated Black History Month with music, a soul food cafe, a living museum and vendors.

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  • AVID Field Trip

    On Thursday, February 23rd, students from Peoria High's AVID program participated in a field trip with West Central Illinois Building and Trades and Construction Unions. Students visited the local electrical, operator, and carpentry union schools. Students were given tours of the facilities, shown how to operate equipment, and given details regarding careers in the trades. Click on "read full story" for pictures of the event.

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  • Black History Month

    Come celebrate Black History Month at Peoria High School. We have several events planned for the month. Click "read full story" for all the details.

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  • Cheerleader Try-outs

    Cheer tryout is scheduled for March 29 through March 31. This will be the only tryout for the new school year. You may sign up online on Friday, February 17. Tryout posters are up with all the details. You must have all extra-curricular fees paid in full before March 31. Eligibility and minimum skill requirements are posted on Coach Dailey’s door. See Coach Dailey if you have any questions. Click "read full story" for more details

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