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  • Fall Drama Showcase this Thursday

    Students from the Peoria High School Preparatory School for the Arts (PSA) drama performance class will present the Fall Drama Showcase, Thursday, September 29 at 7 p.m. in the Peoria High School auditorium. 32 drama performance students will perform short plays as part of their introductory acting unit. In addition, students are managing the stage and promotion for the event as part of their event promotion and sound/tech unit. PSA drama students of all levels, 130 total, are building a supportive theater community and are involved in the showcase night. Take the time to enjoy their efforts this Thursday at 7 in the beautiful Peoria High School auditorium.

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  • Gold Lions luncheon honors distinguished alumni

    The Peoria High School Alumni Association will hold its annual Gold Lions luncheon Saturday, August 1, 11:30 a.m. in the school foyer. Each year the Gold Lions luncheon honors PHS alumni of 50 years or more, and presents the Distinguished Alumni Awards.

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  • Game Time Change

    This Friday's football game between Peoria High and Manual Academy will start at 6:00 PM at Peoria Stadium. Please note the time change for this game.

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  • SAT Prep at I.C.C.

    The State of Illinois has replaced the ACT college entrance exam with the College Board’s SAT for all Illinois public high school juniors. This change goes into effect for the 2016 – 2017 school year. I.C.C. offers a SAT prep course that will help students prepare for the test and answer parents’ questions regarding the transition from the ACT to the SAT. Click “Read full Story” for a link to more information.

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  • Homecoming 2016

    Homecoming 2016 will be the week of October 3rd through the 8th. The theme for this year will be Mardi Gras and many activities are planned to make this the best homecoming ever! Click "read full story" for all the details.

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  • HBCU Open House Trip

    Interested in attending a HBCU (historically black college/university)? Danville High School will host a HBCU college fair on Thursday, October 13th. PHS will take a school bus to Danville for this special event. Join Us. Space is limited. See Mrs. Hawks (office 716) or Ms. Harper (Library) to sign up! Click "read full story" for more information.

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  • PHS Scholastic Bowl

    Got brains? Come join the PHS Scholastic Bowl team. Join the LIons as they compete against other Illinois high school teams. Click on "read full story" for more details

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  • A letter from Dr. Coleman

    Parents/Guardians, please click on "read full story" for a very important message from our principal, Dr. Coleman, regarding the Highly Qualified status of teachers.

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  • Geno Hess wins weekly honor from Chicago Bears

    Peoria High running back Geno Hess was named the Chicago Bears High School All-Star of the week for his 63-carry, 567-yard, eight-touchdown performance in Peoria High's 70-63 season-opening victory at Normal West. The Bears name a recipient for each of the nine weeks of the IHSA regular season as part of their High School All-Star program. In addition to on-field excellence, the award takes into consideration community involvement and sportsmanship

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  • Wendy's High School Heisman

    Since 1994, Wendy's has been partnering with the biggest name in college football, Heisman, to support education, recognize achievements, and celebrate students through the Wendy's High School Heisman. Wendy's is looking for graduating seniors who push themselves to excel on a daily basis and who never settles for less than perfection. Students have the chance to win school, state, and national awards that could include a scholarship worth $1,000 up to $10,000. Click “read full story” for a link to more information and an application.

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  • Peoria High's varsity football game versus Manual High on Friday September, 30 will begin at 6:00 PM instead of 7:00. 

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