High School Principal's Message
Please see the attached information about the FFA and FCCLA Food Drive.
Please see the attached 2022 Pioneer Summer School Packet. If you have any questions see Mr. Neal.
ACT make-ups will be on Tuesday, March 15th. Testing will begin at 7:45 am. If you have any questions see Mr. Neal.
There will be a meeting on Monday, March 7 during the 12:30 Intervention period for students interested in taking the ACCUPLACER test. The ACCUPLACER test will be given at Plymouth High School on Wednesday, March 16 starting at 8:00 A.M. The ACCUPLACER test is a College Credit Plus (CCP) requirement for many of the North Central State College classes that we offer here at PHS. There will be a sign up sheet for the test as well as instructions for applying for the NCSC/CCP program which is required before you can take the test. Intent to Participate forms will be available as well which are due April 1.
Plymouth High School math teacher Janelle Grube has been nominated for the 2021-2022 National LifeChanger of the Year award.
Any PHS students interested in taking College Credit Plus courses next year that were unable to attend the session, the website below has the information provided on the night of the event. See Mr. Neal or Mr. Long if you have any questions.
Seniors, Below you will find information about help with FASFA on November 2nd from 6-8pm (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) through OSU-Mansfield. Filling it out along with your parents can potentially help qualify you for grants to pay for college.
Homecoming Information 2021. "There’s No Place Like PHS Homecoming 2021." Please click below for all the details for Homecoming!
Please see the information below about Open House 2021.
2021 Plymouth High School Graduation Ceremony plus Ohio Department of Health Guidelines.
Please see READ MORE for more information about the 2021 PHS Prom.
Please see the attached flyer about more information from the Mansfield/Richland County Public Library for FREE meals for children ages 2-18.
The 2021-2022 Tuition Freedom Scholarship application is available on the NCSC website. Please click READ MORE for the link.
Setting Up ParentAccess Email Alerts for Parents Your building has set up alerts in ParentAccess. Depending on how your building has integrated alerts, you may receive them daily or weekly. Below is how you, as a parent, can set up email alerts for your child(ren).
The last day to drop Fall 2020 CCP courses and still receive a W grade is Monday, November 2nd at 5:00pm. Any requests received after that point will not be processed and whatever grade the students earns will be listed on their transcript. Students may still be financially responsible for the cost of the course. Students are advised to meet with their teachers and if advised to use the "W" drop policy, see their counselor for scheduling adjustments.
Any current students taking CCP courses or students interested in taking CCP next school year can find information about the program and available colleges at the link below. See Mr. Neal if you have any questions.
Below is the Remote Learning Daily Schedule for the High School and Middle School.
Please see the information below for Remote Learning Schedule during an Early Release.
Want to know when the ACT testing dates for our class of 2022 Juniors? Please see the attached information!
Please see the following information on textbook vouchers for PHS students taking on-line or on-campus classes at NCSC.
Please see the attached letter from the lunch room in regards to the new "no change" policy.
Please see the information below about the Seamless Summer Option Meal Program.
Parents see the link below about the ACT and COVID-19.
His favorite memory is playing football with his friends. Gavin plans on entering the labor field. SENIOR QUOTE "Education is important. But big biceps are importanter."
Karlee plans on continuing school to become a zoologist. SENIOR QUOTE "Don't take life too seriously. No one makes it out alive."
Steven's favorite memory is attending the school dances! His future plans are undecided at the moment. SENIOR QUOTE "There is no greater disability in society that the inability to see a person as more." - Robert M. Hensel
Kennedi's future plans are to attend cosmetology school at Tiffin Academy of Hair Design. SENIOR QUOTE "Hard work, pays off."
Trace's favorite memory was making regionals for baseball. His future plans are to get his CDL. SENIOR QUOTE "We made it!."
Brylie's future plans are to attend North Central College for Radiology. SENIOR QUOTE "I would rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not."
Makayla's favorite memory is every band class! Her future plans are to go to college to become a radiology technician.
Bryson's activities includes being involved in the FFA and Industrial Diesel at Pioneer. He plans on working at the railroad to eventually become an engineer.
Bree's favorite memory is being district runner-up in softball her sophomore year. She plans on attending the University of Findlay majoring in Medical Laboratory Science and twirling on their majorette line.
Camryn's favorite memory was when she donated a shadowbox to the Oncology Department at Fisher Titus Medical Center for her Senior Project. SENIOR QUOTE "Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant." - Robert Louis Stevenson
Carson's future plans are to go into the Army. SENIOR QUOTE "The saddest thing in life is wasted talent."
Hanna's favorite memory is beating Crestview my freshman year of basketball cheer at home, and everyone running on the court! Her future plans are to go to North Central State for nursing.
Kevin's future plans are to work and make his dreams come true. SENIOR QUOTE "I may not have been the most popular but everyone could always count on me when they needed a friend to talk too. "
Autumn's future plans are to attend North Central State and then go on to Dental Hygiene College. SENIOR QUOTE "Graduation isn't the end, it's the beginning."
Caiden's future plans are to attend college for sports marketing. SENIOR QUOTE "Nothing in life is impossible as long as you take that first step."