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Port Jervis High School
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Port Jervis High School counselors foster each student's social, emotional, and academic development to maximize his/her educational potential. We bring together people, information, and resources to effect positive growth in students' lives.

 

 

Summer School Information

Secondary Summer School 2018 

July 9 - August 17, 2018, Port Jervis, NY - The high school guidance department has released the Summer School 2017 registration forms and information.  Click below:
- Summer School Brochure 2018
- Summer School Student Registration Form

 

 

 

 Class of 2021 - Freshman Class Orientation

April 18, 2017 - PJHS - Notice for Parents and guardians of all 8th graders.  Port Jervis High School freshman class orientation will be held Thursday, April 27th, 6:00 pm at the high school.  We will be sharing information that will assist both students and parents in their preparation for the start of ninth grade.  Please arrive by 5:45 pm as this event is scheduled to start promptly at 6:00 pm. Important information packets will be distributed.  EVENT IS FOR ALL 8th Graders and their parents.

 

 


 

Guidance Staff

Six guidance counselors are available to assist our students. Each student is assigned a counselor who follows him/her through four years of high school. Assignments are made alphabetically by last name.

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School Counselors
Kate Oldham Guidance Department Coordinator

   

 

Curriculum Guide is onlineHigh School Curriculum Guide

 The 2016-17 High School Curriculum Guide is available online to help students build schedules wisely by providing course descriptions, prerequisites, graduation requirements and information about special programs. Features, such as a Planning Worksheet, are designed to help students select courses that will meet their graduation requirements, and enable them to work toward their own educational, career and technical goals.

 


resources

Most of the resource documents are in a PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to download and print. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, you can get a free copy from the Adobe web site.