ATTENTION PARENTS!
You can now report absences or request early sign-outs by email at phsattendance@portage.k12.in.us.   Please include your student’s name and grade, your relationship to the student, and requested sign-out time or date and reason for absence. Attach a copy of your photo ID to the email (this is required) and hit send! We hope this new option will be more efficient for you and for us. Please try it and let us know what you think!

IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES:  

MONDAY OCTOBER 14 - PSAT GRADES 9-11 - Seniors will sign up for an activity; see your counselor for more info
TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 - ETAs MODS 1, 2, 3
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 - PSAT, GRADES 9-11
THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 - ETAs MODS 4/5, 5/6, 6/7, 7/8, 9, 10
THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 - QUARTER 1 ENDS
FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 - NO CLASSES - TEACHER RECORDS DAY
MONDAY OCTOBER 21 - QUARTER 2 STARTS
THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 - E-LEARNING DAY - PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 - NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK
SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 - ACT @ PHS - contact PHS Guidance for more info
MONDAY OCTOBER 28 - NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK
TUESDAY OCTOBER 29 - CLASSES RESUME
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5 - E-LEARNING DAY - ELECTION DAY
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 - LATE START - classes begin at 8:30
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break

DISTRICT STUDENT-PARENT HANDBOOK
PHS HANDBOOK ADDENDUM


STUDENT PARKING PERMITS

Complete and submit the online Google Form (you must have a Google account). Print and sign the agreement page at the end of the application, and bring it along with the $10 fee and your photo ID to the east main office. Permits will be issued starting Wednesday August 14 only after school until 3:00pm.

PARKING PERMIT APPLICATION 
- Google Form
PARKING PERMIT AGREEMENT FORM
- print, sign, & bring to office


Service learning hours are required for graduation! Check out the
COMMUNITY SERVICE information.

E-LEARNING DAYS

 

Principal's Message

Welcome to Portage High School, Home of the Indians.  We are a strong, positive, diverse population that works together to educate, empower, and inspire excellence every day.  We take pride in our school and create strong relationships to meet the individual needs of our students so they have the opportunity to excel in their career paths beyond high school.  Zest, grit and optimism are around every corner, making PHS a great place to grow! 

                                                      - Mike Stills
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