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Welcome to Port Angeles High School

"Respect, Integrity, Determination, Engagement, Responsibility"

PAHS Principal

Jeff Clark
Principal

Vision:  Port Angeles High School will be a personalized, rigorous, student-centered learning community that respects our democratic heritage and values diversity in order to create a better world.

Mission:  To prepare students for a lifetime of learning by creating a foundation for personal success.

Beliefs:  All students can learn. Learning is a life-long endeavor.  Teachers facilitate learning by creating conditions for rigor, relevance, relationships and responsibilities.

PAHS Winter Assembly

Free and Reduced Price Meals

All students who qualified for free/reduced price lunches last school year must reapply again this year. Please visit the link below to read more and download a copy of the Free and Reduced Meal application. (Please Note: the link below will redirect you to the Port Angeles School District Website)

Port Angeles School District Food Services, Free and Reduced Meals Information

2018 - 19 Bell Schedule

The bell schedule for Port Angeles High School has changed for the 2018 - 19 school year and foreseeable future. Please visit our Bell Schedule Resource page for a full schedule.

Around Campus

NJROTC Roughrider Company
The Port Angeles High School state champion NJROTC unit has moved their homepage to the Port Angeles Highschool website! If you enjoy seeing what our top-notch Naval cadets and Officers are up to next, be sure to stop by and take a look! - Visit Page

The Timberline Newspaper
Check out the most recent edition of our locally created newspaper! - Visit Page
Want to see more of Timberline? Visit the Timberline staff-managed page We are Timberline! and get the latest news!

Inclement Weather
The season for inclement weather has arrived. Please visit our Inclement Weather page to learn more about how to prepare.

How to get Transcripts: Registrar at 565-1973 and/or Email
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Port Angeles High School Report Card


Recent News

PAHS freshman performs at all-state orchestra
PAHS freshman performs at all-state orchestra
03/05/2019
PAHS freshman Adam Weller performed recently at an all-state orchestra event. Weller is in the PAHS strings program which is under the director of Dr. James Ray. The Peninsula Daily News featured a story about Weller in its February 27, 2019 edition.
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Port Angeles High School’s Spring Drama Production of Peter and the Starcatcher
Port Angeles High School’s Spring Drama Production of Peter and the Starcatcher
03/05/2019
This spring, PAHS presents Peter and the Starcatcher in six performances. Evening performance dates are April 12, 13, 19, 20 at 7 p.m. and matinee performances are April 14 and 21 at 2 p.m.
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PAHS Benefit Auction and Talent Show Rescheduled for March 8
PAHS Benefit Auction and Talent Show Rescheduled for March 8
02/22/2019
The Benefit event for bus driver Linda Barnett, I Cross My Heart Auction and talent show, has been rescheduled for Friday, March 8 at the PAHS auditorium.
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PAHS First Pitch Banquet Auction
PAHS First Pitch Banquet Auction
02/22/2019
Join us in kicking off the 2019 PAHS Riders Baseball Season at the First Pitch Banquet Auction on Saturday, March 2!
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District News Feed

Fifty eighth graders participated in regional competition for History Day, and three student groups will advance to state competition in May.
For those students who will be entering the seventh grade in the fall, Stevens Middle School invites you to Seventh Grade Welcome Night. Parents and their incoming seventh graders are encouraged to attend and meet our seventh-grade teaching staff, school administration, counseling staff, and some of our leadership students. Read more…
There are several reasons the new state funding model does not work for the Port Angeles School District.