PHHS Daily Bulletin
(...Bulletins will be posted after 3PM for the next day.)
January SAT Rescheduled!
ETS has confirmed that all January test takers have been rescheduled to February 20th at Randolph High School. ETS will be notifying all test takers by the end of next week.
Mid-Term Exam Information & Parent Letter
Click here to view the letter.
Josten's Cap and Gown Order Form
Click here to access the form.
Target Teach Application for 2016-17 School Year
Juniors who are interested in applying for the Target Teach Program, please complete the following application and submit no later than Monday, January 25, 2016.
Click here for the application
Student iPad Information
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Our Student Newspaper
Click here to download the Birthday Board form!
VARSITY CLUB BRICK SALE
Honor a past, present or future Viking by engraving a brick on the Varsity Club Court.
4"x8" brick - $75 (3 lines of text with a max 13 characters per line)
8"x8" brick - $90 (3 lines of text with a max 13 characters per line)
12"x12" brick - $170 (3 lines of text with a max of 16 characters per line)
Please make out all checks to PHHS Varsity Club and send to:
Parsippany Hills High School
Attention: Sue Bonnet
20 Rita Drive, Parsippany, NJ 07054
Thank you so so so so much
PHHS was ranked #58 (out of 339) in the Top 100 Public High Schools article in New Jersey Monthly.
We are proud of this honor and grateful to the staff, parents, students, and community members who support our efforts.
ALL VISITORS TO PHHS MUST SIGN IN AT THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE (LOCATED AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE) AND PRESENT A VALID PICTURE ID. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION.
Dangers of Texting & Driving
Produced by PHHS Student Sagar Kadakia
In order to provide your child with the best care, please sign onto the parent portal and complete the Health Information Form. Click “Forms”. Also, please update your Emergency Contact Information by clicking “Contacts”.
Internet Safety Tips
For students: Don't do or say anything you wouldn't say offline.
Protect your privacy and your friends' privacy too...get their ok before posting
something about them or their pic online.
For Parents: Ask to see your student's profile page.
Most kids really DO use social networks just to communicate with their friends.
Take a breath, gather your thoughts, and get help when you need it.
It's not an invasion of their privacy if strangers can see it. There is a difference
between reading their diary and reading their MySpace.
For more info, visit WiredSafety.org
PHHS Recycling Program
more info, click here