High School Principal's Message
Welcome to Plymouth High School. It is our goal to provide the best educational experience for our students during their high school career. The high school experience can be one of the most gratifying and challenging experiences of a young person's life. All of the staff at Plymouth High School are highly motivated to provide the best education and support for our students and families. If you should ever have a question or need assistance at any point, we are happy to accommodate you. Please feel free to contact us at (419) 687-8200.
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.