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VISION:  The Port Huron Area School District will provide a personalized, world-class education for each student today to shape tomorrow's community and global leaders.

MISSION:  We will advocate for our students and families in partnership with our community to assure their success inside and outside of school; continuously innovate our practices and programs to improve student achievement; and educate in ways that are relevant, relationship driven, and rigorous.

  Advocate.  Innovate.  Educate.






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Active Parenting of Teens:  Families in Action

The program is designed to break down barriers of communication, promote cooperation, and address challenges head-on.  The time you and your teen spend in your groups will be packed with video examples, opportunities to practice new skills, and feedback from your group leaders.  You'll learn skills that you can start using right away to put your family on a path towards greater harmony and stability.  For more information please contact:  The Center for Human Resources/I.M.P.A.C.T. 810-985-5168 X104.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that the Port Huron Area School District, affords students and their parents certain rights with respect to their educational records, including the District's directory information.  This includes:

  • Name, address and telephone number
  • Dates of school attendance
  • Other information such as honor roll, yearbook, etc.
  • Date and place of birth

  • School activities
  • Program of study
  • Honors and awards

The District has a responsibility to disclose such information upon appropriate request.  However, parents can ask that directory information on their son(s) and or daughters(s) be withheld from public release.  To do so, a letter must be sent to the building principal asking that such directory information not be given out.  When students reach 18 years of age, the law transfers this right to them.


Students planning to try out for a sport MUST have a physical on file in the athletic office in order to try out.  For the most  up to date sport schedules click on:   PHHS Community Page  Athletics  Schedule Star.


The KnowHow2GO Initiative is a partnership between schools, college and community leaders to increase the number of St. Clair County graduates who continue their education beyond high school. 

We do this by...

  • Working with students to plan for a career.
  • Assessing students so they know their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Helping parents and students understand the process.
  • Providing extra help or support as needed. 
Find More up-to-date information by visiting Know How To Go.