Welcome to Portage Central High School
Parents of 8th graders: Join us!
Our Eighth-Grade Students’ and Parents’ Night is Wednesday, February 7th at 6:30 p.m. in our gym. That evening we will give you the nuts-and-bolts information you will need to help your daughter or son make the decisions on class selections for the first year at Portage Central High School. You will hear from all the department chairs as they explain the required classes and what our sons and daughters need to do to make progress toward graduation. Click here for the parents’ letter and here for even more information covered that night.
It will be great to see you there!
Portage Central Theatre proudly presents Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Tickets at www.pchsperformingarts.org
As we prepare for the construction of the new McCamley Field, we are again selling commemorative bricks to friends and families so that they can leave their mark where tens of thousands of Mustangs have had wonderful experiences for decades. If you would like to be a part of this, please visit our site: www.PCBrickSale.com, or print out our brick order form. All proceeds will go toward projects that will help us remember and respect our history and that will provide additional resources for our kids on the field and in the stands, performing at halftime and celebrating their myriad accomplishments. Thank you for being a part of us today, and thank you for being part of our kids’ lives tomorrow. For more background on the brick sale click here.
From the Counseling Office:
Seniors and parents of seniors here is some great FAFSA information for you! The link below has some very helpful information on the FAFSA, such as a checklist of the documents you need, how to set up your ID #’s, deadlines, and much more. Check it out! FAFSA Information
The 2017-2018 Senior Guide is now available! So much is going on during senior year, from college applications to Grad Bash, from yearbook information to where you pick up your diploma after graduation. All seniors received a copy at our class meeting, and you can also download an electronic copy here so you can make sure you are up to date with the responsibilities and rewards of being a Mustang senior!
Need some help navigating the world of technology with your children?
The film Screenagers reveals how screen time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and to find balance. Viewing appropriate for ages 10 & up and for all parents with children of any age. Our district counselors will be hosting a screening of this film on Tuesday, February 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Portage Northern High School auditorium. Admission is free — and there will be gift-card giveaways! View flyer here
Student Council’s online suggestion box.
Attendance office direct line: 323-5259 If your son or daughter is going to be away from school just a few minutes or all day, thanks for keeping us in the loop!