School Announcements

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    Summer Assignments for All Classes

    Summer assignments have been uploaded to a Google Classroom page. Here are the instructions how to access your class assignments.

  • Sports Clearances Begin Monday August 7. Official Start Date of Sports is August 14

    Please look at your teams schedule for clearances:

    Monday, August 7th JV/Varsity Football and Varsity Girls Tennis  8:30am-12pm

    Tuesday, August 8th JV/Varsity Cheerleaders and JV/Varsity Girls Soccer 8:20-12pm

    Wednesday, August 9th JV/Varsity Boys Soccer and Varsity Cross Country 8:30-12pm

    Thursday, August 10th JV/Varsity Volleyball and Varsity Girls Swimming 8:30-3pm 

  • Visit the Weekly College Guidance News Page

    The Guidance Department has created a Google Classroom page for each grade where you can find college-related information including open houses, scholarship information and other important news.   Login here and use the appropriate code:

    CLASS OF 2017:  ip2qf1y

    CLASS OF 2018:  rj8tql1

    CLASS OF 2019:  z9bryj

    CLASS OF 2020:  80y0q7d

  • Congratulations PCHS Class of 2017

    It was a beautiful commencement ceremony that celebrated the achievements of the 265 graduates.  See photos and learn more by checking out the Class of 2017 Graduation webpage.

  • Shop our Online Store

    To browse through an assortment of PCHS clothing and accessories for men, women, and children, click here.  Support the Student Senate and show your #PCPride!


  • Send Our Calendar Events to Your Personal Calendar

    If you use a calendar from Google, Office 365, or Outlook on your desktop or mobile device, you can now subscribe to our school calendar and send its events to your personal calendar software.

     If you have never done this in your calendar, search online for how to import an online calendar to your calendar software using an iCal link.

     Then, just follow these 3 steps:

    1.    On the school home page, scroll down to What’s Happening and click on the icon for the Monthly View

    2.    You’ll now see a “Subscribe” button at the top left of the calendar.  Click on it.

    3.    Copy the URL that pops up and paste it into your personal calendar software


Congratulations PCHS Class of 2017

 On Friday, June 23, the 265 members of the Port Chester High School Class of 2017, in their white and blue caps and gowns, marched onto the field to the PCHS Marching Band rendition of Pomp and Circumstance, followed by the National anthem sung by Elizabeth Montemurro.

The students were addressed by Senior Class President Carson Womack, class Salutatorian Anita Karas, and the Valedictorian Emily Loiaconi. They also listened to remarks from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Edward Kliszus and Board of Education President James E. Dreves.  This year's keynote address was given by Patricia Rinello.

PCHS Principal Dr. Mitchell Combs spoke about the passage of time and quoted the poems of author Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.  Then in his last message to the Class of 2017, he recited his own poem - in the style of Dr. Seuss:

Port Chester Seniors, you’ve made it this far.

My wishes for you are what they are.

Treasure the memories.  The years do move fast.

Before you realize it, they will have past.

Achievements, accomplishments? You’ve earned a slew.

Your PC spirit, it bleeds white and blue.

With a future about to be all bright and new,

There’s no doubt what each one of you can do.

I hope that for you this has been quite a ride,

That we’ve taught you a lot, or least say we’ve tried.

The fact is quite clear.  From this you can’t hide.

You graduate today from Port Chester with pride.

In closing, Dr. Combs extended his personal best wishes to all members of the Class of 2017, wishing them a lifetime of success and the best of good fortune in the future before declaring them to be Graduates of Port Chester High School.

Class Speakers

The Class of 2017 Gathers in the Gym

Getting Ready to March onto the Field

The Ceremony

Future Plans - What Will Our Graduates be Doing Next Year?

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