Dr. Keith Perrigan, Ed. D., Principal
Mrs. Kendra Honaker, Assistant Principal
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I am very pleased to announce that Patrick Henry High School has been recognized with a Silver Rating by U.S. News and World Report for the second year in a row (see link below). Based on the ratings published today, Patrick Henry High School is among the top 15% of high schools in Virginia and among the top 10% of high schools in the United States.
This recognition is a testimony of the hard work and dedication that is put forth by our students on a daily basis. Additionally, without the guidance and instruction of our teachers and staff, this recognition would not have been achieved. Finally, credit should also be given to our supportive parents who entrust us every day with their most prized possessions.
We are very proud to represent Southwest Virginia in receiving this accolade but we are certainly not content. We will continue to work hard to improve our scores in Math and Writing, and across the AP curriculum. We will also continue to provide students with a wide variety of curricular and extra curricular opportunities. As always, we will continue to build relationships with our students and parents because we know how crucial relationships are to individual student success and the success of our school.
Good afternoon,I am emailing you once again to share the successes of our students and staff! I was informed today that, in addition to the recent recognition by U.S. News and World Report, Patrick Henry High School has been recognized by Newsweek as one of the top high schools in the United States of America! See the link below.
I am very proud of our students and staff. Please join me in congratulating every student, teacher, staff member, and parent for another impressive honor.
Seniors Tyler S. and Tasha A. were crowned Prom King and Prom Queen. Juniors Jake C. and Ellie H. were crowned Prom Prince and Prom Princess.
Lucas R., Blake M., and Randy H. finish up spreading mulch around the new dogwood tree in front of Patrick Henry High School.
Mr. Blankenship's AP Environmental Science class show the silver award given to Patrick Henry High School.
Ms. Helton’s digital media students visit WCYB.
Patrick Henry High School Rivers Way Students Take a Caving Trip
The Patrick Henry Rivers Way group worked on social skills, building attention and concentration, team building, and job readiness this year. Overall the group has been very successful this year and classroom performance has improved.
Hannah D. signs a letter of intent with Emory and Henry College.
Ms. Helton sits with Tayler S., winner of the SVAM Web Design Contest.
Patrick Henry High School Students Clay S. and Jacob S. show their blood drive t-shirts.
Patrick Henry High School Teacher to Be Featured on an iTunes App Promoting Business and Information Technology
By Carolyn R. Wilson
For the Washington County News
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Students of the Month
David H. & Devin G.
Congratulations to David H. and Devin G. They were selected as Rebels of the month of January by the Math Department. Also congratulations to Chase H. and Rebekah W. for being selected as Rebels of the Month of February by the PE department.
David is a very positive influence in the classroom. He assists classmates and teachers wherever he sees a need without being asked. David wants to understand how to solve problems and has a positive attitude toward his work.
Devin is an exemplary student that not only focuses on working hard in all of her classes and activities, but also having fun while doing so. Devin is always willing to offer a helping hand to her classmates. Whether it is offering an additional explanation to her classmates to help them understand or simply helping her teachers with organization, Devin readily commits her time to helping others in any way she can.
Chase H. & Rebekah W.
Congratulations to these students for lending a hand, showing compassion, and making a world of difference at Patrick Henry High School!
Chase has become a hard worker in advanced PE. His attitude and work ethic has improved greatly and he has become a model student. He has great attendance and is committed to doing his best in whatever task or project he is involved in.
Rebekah is a very compassionate student. She ensures that no student s are left out or isolated in the many physical education activities. Rebekah has befriended new students and has gone out of her way to make them feel welcome at Patrick Henry. She is always friendly, happy and eager to learn.