Help Peter Pan Fly
The Paris High Theater Department will be presenting the technically-demanding performance of Peter Pan Dec. 1-4. Your help is needed to make Peter Pan fly. Donations and program advertising are now being accepted. Download patron flyer to find out how you can help.
Community Resource Fair
The Paris High Commons will be the site of the Lamar County Resource Fair Monday, Sept. 26, from 3 to 6 p.m. Community resource agencies will be on hand to help answer your questions. Download flyer for more information.
Meet the Choirs
Choirs from Paris High join Paris Junior High and Crockett for the PISD Meet the Choirs Concert on Thursday, Sept. 29, at the Weger Auditorium on the PJHS campus. The concert is free, open to the public, and begins at 6:30 p.m.
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Rules, procedures, and consequences detailed in the Paris High School Student Handbook are based on the Paris Independent School District Management Plan which, in turn, is based on PISD Board Policy. For your convenience those resources are available online.
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Paris High Spanish Teacher Patricia Baroody has been selected as the ESC Region 8 Secondary Teacher of the Year. She was previously selected as the 2015-16 PHS Teacher of the Year and Paris ISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. She will be recognized along with semifinalists from the state’s 20 regional service centers at the state awards ceremony on Oct. 14.
These Paris High seniors (from left, Matt Cochran, Dixon Grossnickle, Brendan Henry, Jacob Stripland, Arleigh White, Shelby Wilson) were part of a school-record harvest of awards for scores on Advanced Placement exams taken last spring. Read more.
District Volleyball. The Paris Ladycats volleyball teams host Pleasant Grove for key District 14-4A matches Friday in the Wildcat Gym. Varsity starts at 4:30 p.m. followed by sub-varsity matches. It’s an open week in football so come on out and cheer on the Ladycats.