Financial Aid Meeting
Parents of graduates from the Class of 2018 should plan to attend an informative college financial aid meeting on Monday, Nov. 6, 5:30 p.m., in the library. Representatives from Paris JC will be on hand to offer tips for preparing for post-graduation, and the PHS counselors office will help fill out FAFSA forms for parents who bring their 2016 tax information with them.
The first nine weeks grading period ends Friday, Oct. 20, and academic progress reports will be distributed the following week. These reports determine UIL eligibility (no pass, no play). Tutorials are available each morning, 8:05-8:30 a.m.
Thursday Night School
Students who have excessive absences should plan to attend Thursday Night School to make up those absences. Download dates and further details.
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Students in the Paris High Blue Blazes Band, in addition to providing halftime entertainment at varsity football games, perform on stages around the state and nation. The band is under the direction of Charles Grissom, assisted by Byron Myrick, Tyler Gerton, Beverly Ewing, and Bryan Ewing.
For your convenience, major band events, such as concerts and contests, are listed in the calendar on the right-hand side of this page. Also on the right, a detailed calendar of events can be downloaded along with the complete Band Handbook and Band Information Packet.
PHS Fight Song
2016 Band Halftime Show
The Paris High Blue Band presents its 2016 halftime show “Shiver” in this performance on Oct. 7, 2016, at halftime of the Liberty-Eylau football game at Wildcat Stadium. Check out the video edited by Paris Junior High teacher Joe Watson with additional camera work from Jon McFadden, and BlueTube’s Mason Sikes, Samantha Sandor, and Tim Taylor.