Panthers! Are you interested in pursuing a tech or trade program after high school? Sign up for our 3rd counselor talk of the year where you will learn valuable information about tech and trade schools! Hear how these programs differ from two and four year college programs and how you can prepare to earn a job in a growing industry. Our guest will be Ryan Mansfield from State Technical College of Missouri. Join us on Thursday, October 26 in B107/117. Click the LINK to sign up. See you there!
Panthers! Are you gearing up to write those scholarship application essays? Maybe you need some extra help with your Common App or college application essays? Hear from our own Dr. Whitlow on how you can make sure your essay reflects your very best work! Dr. Whitlow works with scholarship organizations like KC Scholars, Questbridge, and many others, so she knows what it takes to give your essay that special touch. Join us on Thursday, October 19 during tutorial in A107/117. Click the LINK to sign up. See you there!
Tuesday September 26, 2023
Due to the down-sizing of Reed Portrait Studio, we will be utilizing photography services from SCH Photo this year.
The day after pictures are taken, follow this link to order school pictures for your student this year: https://schphoto.hhimagehost.comN2/Home/LoginConsumer?EK=237901
The Park Hill South passcode is 3051.
If you have questions about pictures, please contact Julie Sherbo: SherboJ@parkhill.k12.mo.us
Seniors who missed the Senior Portrait Day in July can have their pictures taken on Tuesday, September 26th . SCH Photo will be here take those portraits and any Seniors who are wanting portraits retaken. The pictures will be taken throughout the morning during class time. If your Senior needs their picture taken, please email Julie Sherbo, so their name can be added to the list. Remember this is the picture that will appear in the yearbook. If they don’t have their picture taken on September 26th it will not appear in the 23-24 yearbook.
See Mrs. Longenecker or Mrs. Hochard in the Administration Office area to purchase PHS Spirit wear.
You my now purchase 1 shirt for $15.00 or 3 shirts for $30.00.
Shirts will also be availabe at Parent Teacher Confernces for purchase.
Parent Teacher Conferences will be Wednesday and Thursday, September 27th and 28th from 5:00pm-8:00pm.
We will be using Pick-A-Time to schedule slots to meet with teachers again this year. Pick-A-Time is now open for parents to begin scheduling conference appointments. Please use the link below:
If you have previously registered, you do not need to register again. If you have not registered, you will need to create an account.
The link below are instructions on how to create an account, how to schedule a conference and FAQ.
Any questions call 816-359-4120
Congratulations to Park Hill South High School seniors Kaden Culbertson, Isaac Dierker, McKelvey McDaniel, Sylvia Nguyen and Rohan T. Venkatesh for being selected as Semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Congratulations to our recent graduates earning the AP Capstone Diploma. To achieve this honor, students must earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing.
Congratulations to the Trojans and Panthers boys and girls soccer teams for receiving the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award!
U.S. News & World Report ranks Park Hill High School and Park Hill South High School among the top in the state and region!
Four Park Hill School District seniors earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs.
We are #ParkHillProud of Park Hill South High School senior Ysabella “Ysa” Olsen who was elected President of the American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation.
The 2023 South Paw Yearbook hasn’t even been handed out yet, and it is already winning awards! Park Hill South’s yearbook rep, John Kelley, recently presented the editors with Walsworth Publishing Company’s Gallery of Excellence award.
Thirty-six Park Hill School District students earned awards from the KC Scholars program this year. KC Scholars is a college scholarship and college-savings program designed to create individual impact and to positively impact the Kansas City region’s economy and workforce.
Broadcast students from our high schools participated in the Journalism Educators of Metro Kansas City’s (JEMKC) annual contest. They won several awards, including First Place in Broadcast Sweepstakes for the best program overall! The competition recognizes the best in student media from both sides of the state line.
Congratulations to the drama students of Park Hill South High School who took first place at the MSHSAA One-Act State Championship with their performance of MEDEA.
Two-Hour Early Release for Elementary, Middle and High Schools.