Diploma Ceremony 2020!
Please email Mrs. Anna Payne at email@example.com or drop off in the PGHS Main office any earned scholarship documentation by Thursday, May 28, 2020. This will be the last day we can collect scholarship information for the graduating class of 2020.
Cord, Medal, and Stoles Pick-up
Any Graduating Seniors that would like to pick-up any cords, medals, or stoles that they have been awarded may do so on Friday, June 5, from 10 am to 2 pm, or may pick them up at their designated time for the diploma ceremony. Students that would like to pick-up on June 5, should drive up to the main office area in the front of the school. A bag will be provided by school personnel with all of their cords, stoles, and medals earned. Students may drop off any textbooks, library books, chrome books, or any other school materials on June 5. There is a drop off spot for school materials when students come for their diploma ceremony, as well.
Student Belongings Drop Off/ Pickup
Students in the 10th and 11th grade please follow the schedule below.
We know that our AP students have been working diligently with their teachers to prepare for their upcoming exams, and we want to make sure you have all the information you need to feel comfortable on exam day. All AP students should check to be sure they are receiving email from the College Board. If not, log into AP Central to be sure the email address attached to your account is the correct one. AP students should be paying attention to all information and updates from teachers and should reach out with any questions about the online administration. You are invited to check the school website for resources that may be helpful in planning for exams, including a schedule and an exam day checklist (also attached to this email).
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PGHS is going to start spotlighting our seniors on our Facebook page of PGHS-Royals, our Twitter and Instagram page PGHS_Royals. If you would like to be featured as a PGHS 2020 graduate, please complete the following form: http://ow.ly/8uPk50zCPgW Additionally, you will need to upload a picture of your senior.
Thank you for participating in another wonderful and optional way in which we can honor these accomplished Seniors!
Welcome to Prince George High School. We are located in Central Virginia in Prince George County. Our population consists of 10th through 12 grade county students and those who live on the Fort Lee Military Installation.
For parents of all students, the teachers, administration, counselors, and support staff are dedicated to make sure that every learner at Prince George High School will have a successful and rewarding academic experience.
Your students have been working diligently during the first and second quarters in their classes, in athletics, and through club and activity participation. Their hard work has been showing in the success that they are having in the classroom, through the victories in sports, and the many club activities that have occurred over the last few months.
As we enter the second semester, I would encourage you to continue to take an active role in your student’s education. For Juniors and Seniors, it would be an excellent idea to reach out to the guidance department for post-secondary planning. The counselors have a wealth of information related to scholarships, college admissions, and SAT registration. This information will assist you and your student in planning for their future after they graduate.
We are eagerly looking forward to the start of the Second Semester, and the faculty and staff will do all we can to ensure that your student is provided with valuable learning experiences.
Mike Nelson, Principal
Together we can make a difference!
The Mission of Prince George County Public Schools, in partnership with parents and the community, will provide a rigorous educational program in a safe environment that prepares all students for post-secondary education and the workforce and to be responsible citizens in a global society.