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Two New Completer Programs for 2020-21 School Year

Next school year, two more completer programs are being offered to PHHS students: Food and Beverage Industry ProStart and Teacher Academy of Maryland. The Teacher Academy of Maryland completer program is headed by Ms. Hilary Scala, Business and Consumer Science. A teacher recommendation is required and can be found on the PHHS website.  (See below.)  Grades, attendance, and motivation will be…

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    GSA: A Welcome Place for All
    Gay Straight Alliance, also know as GSA, is a unique club at Perry Hall High school, created almost seven years ago. The
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    The BSU African Dancers
    The Black Student Union (BSU) is a club at Perry Hall High School, created only three years ago. Just last year some stu
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    Club Fair Preview
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    PH’s New Principal: Craig Reed
    There are many new faces at the Hall, teachers, front office personnel; however, most notably, there is a new administra
  • 90’s Yearbook Quotes
    1. “The track team threw me out of the team room in my turquoise underwear in front of the girl’s lacrosse team.”
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    Beauty and the Beast – Preview of the Musical
    By: Kayla Gregorie, Emmett Dolan, Bridgette Schrieber, Justin Jacobs, and Tatyanna Alger On Wednesday, February 27th, mu

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