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Dear Parents and Students,
 
As the Principal of Pleasant Hill High School, I would like to welcome you to the PHHS Website.  This website has been designed as a resource to access school news and information.  It is my hope that you are able to become familiar with our school, its policies, and other procedures. 
 
The mission at Pleasant Hill High School is to prepare students for a variety of opportunities through a quality education.  The courses offered are designed to allow all students to achieve their post-secondary goals.  Our staff here at PHHS take great pride in creating professional relationships with students and encourage each child to work to his or her maximum ability. 
 
At PHHS, we believe that each student should have a positive high school experience.  A variety of clubs, organizations, and teams exist to allow every student to get involved and find their unique interest and talent.  PHHS offers award-winning musical programs, outstanding athletic teams, student centered clubs, entertaining drama, and successful academic groups that provide students with enriched learning experiences and the opportunity to develop lasting friendships. 
 
We are very fortunate to have a great school with outstanding students and teachers which is located in a supportive community.  Our focus is to work collaboratively so that each student is prepared for his or her future. 
 
On behalf of the faculty and staff, I wish each of you an exciting and productive school year. 
 
 Go Roosters and Chicks!
 
Paul Canaan, Ed. D.
Pleasant Hill High School Principal

Latest News

Flag Presentation to Pride of the Hill

On Tuesday, May 14th, Captain Joshua Kolden of the Army National Guard presented the Pride of the Hill Marching Band with an American flag that was flown in a combat mission in Iraq. The flag was presented in recognition of the band’s 2018 marching production, “A Hero Is…” Captain Kolden, who recently returned from a deployment in Iraq with the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade, watched every performance of the marching show via livestream and delivered personal messages to his family at each marching competition throughout the fall. With the time change, Cpt. Kolden, and many other members of the the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade, would get up in the middle of the night to watch the band performances. Kolden commented to band members at the flag presentation that he and his comrades drew a lot of inspiration during their nearly year-long deployment from seeing the band support and honor heroes throughout the fall season. Pictured from left, Adam Twenter (Director of Bands), Cpt. Joshua Kolden, Kristin Peterson (Assistant Director of Bands)
Pride of the Hill

Media Backdrop Donation

The PH Booster Club and PHHS would like to thank Becky Curtin for the contribution of a media backdrop w/ memorial donations received on behalf of her husband, the late Bill Curtin!
Media Backdrop Donation