• PHS Announces Next Head of School

    Posted October 13, 2015

    The PHS Board of Trustees is thrilled to announce the unanimous selection of Kevin Jacobson as our next Head of School, effective July 1, 2016! Click here to read the full announcement.

  • Class of 2016 Boat Building Project

    Posted December 3, 2015
  • GLIDE Service Trip

    Posted October 13, 2015

    Quotes & Reflections from the PHS Service Blog "Volunteering at Glide again reiterated the fact for me that so much of San Francisco is without food security. For me, Glide was an introduction to the quarter of San Francisco that is not able to support everyday necessities. Through volunteering, we create a community of support. One in four residence of San Francisco is food insecure. So many in our own San Francisco community struggle with everyday necessities while many others live without fully understanding these hardships. Glide is a great way to experience how many in San Francisco cannot provide everyday necessities and feel like your giving back to the community."

    ~ Ellie (Grade 7)

  • PHS staff visit the Presidio

    Posted September 11, 2015
  • Mid-Summer Flashback!

    Posted July 9, 2015

    PHS’ class of 2015 took on the Great America’s Physics Day Challenges with remarkable enthusiasm, joy, skill and determination. These science competitions require students to apply middle school habits of mind and to live the PHS mission. Outcomes demonstrate our students are wildly imaginative, inquisitive and care deeply about each other, their learning and the world they live in and explore. These extreme design challenges required that students apply skills across curricular areas to include physics, mathematics, humanities and the arts. Enjoy these photos documenting Physics Day Trebuchet, Boat Building and Roller Coaster Challenges.

  • PHS Faculty, Parents and Students March in the Pride Parade

    Posted June 30, 2015
  • 2015 Eighth Grade Trip

    Posted June 11, 2015

    PHS Class of 2015 went to CELP in Catalina for their Eighth Grade trip! Check out the link below to find out more about their experiences snorkling, rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, and growing together as a class. 2015 Eighth Grade Trip

  • Kindergarten explores the Bay Area through public transportation!

    Posted June 5, 2015
  • Climate Change Museum in the Second Grade Class

    Posted May 22, 2015

    Second grade recently hosted a Climate Change Museum! The study began after a comment mentioned by a student during a closing circle. The topic was "If I was president..." and the student answered that if she were president, she would end climate change.

  • Books and Pajamas Day Fun

    Posted May 8, 2015

    Books and Pajamas Day is celebrated at the end of April each year. This day is meant to embrace the love of reading and to support literacy skills. Students are encouraged to explore new books, share reading with one another across age levels and experience the written word in different forms. Why not wear pajamas and get cozy while doing all this?

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