8:00 AM Tennis - Varsity - Girls
9:00 AM Cross Country - Varsity - Coed
10:00 AM Soccer - Varsity - Boys
11:00 AM Football - Sophomore - Boys
10:00 AM Golf - Varsity - Boys
10:00 AM Golf - Varsity - Girls
4:00 PM Cross Country - Varsity - Coed
4:30 PM Soccer - Varsity - Boys
4:30 PM Swimming - Varsity - Girls
5:00 PM Volleyball - Varsity - Girls
Your calendar is already marked, get set to attend by completing an RSVP, and GO to Wildlife Prairie Park on Thursday, September 28th for our first Parent University event of the year! The event is from 5-8pm and includes three sessions for you to participate. You will use one session for dinner, raffles and announcements, a second session to tour our host location (Wildlife Prairie Park), and the third to attend your pre-identified "knowledge session." Click "read full story" for more information.
The Career Center is BACK! Starting next week, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:30-3:30 the Greater Peoria Works Career Center will be available to help with career exploration, resumes, internships, and more in computer lab 236! See Mrs. Webb in the counseling office for more information!
The Peoria Public Schools grading committee met in the spring of 2017 to discuss the changed grading procedures and what might need adjusted based on student, parent, teacher and administrator feedback. The Superintendent of Schools approved the changes as they reflect a focus on continuous learning and growth. Click "read full story" for all the details.
All incoming 9th grade students must have an updated physical and immunization record and all 12th grade students must also have proof of their updated immunization prior to the first day of school, August 16. Copies of health records may be given to the nurse in our main office. On August 16th all 9th/12th grade students will be sent home without proof of shots/physicals or official appointment card scheduled within 30 calendar days.
Civil rights activist The Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. visited Peoria High School juniors and seniors on May 12. Jackson’s speech, presented in the auditorium, aimed to motivate students to be present and active in school, to register to vote and to pursue educational opportunities to prepare for the jobs of the future.
Parents and Guardians: If you bring your child to school in the morning, please drop them off at the Atrium doors in the back parking lot. Please do not drop them off on North Street as that interferes with the buses.