Port Washington High School is a comprehensive high school with a dedicated staff that is committed to providing an excellent education to all of our students. With a combination of current educational practices, years of teaching experience, and a personal vested interest to see all students succeed, our school strives to meet the needs of our diverse learners. Port High School offers a wide array of Advanced Placement (AP) classes to encourage our highest level learners to challenge themselves further. We have support systems in place to assist all learners in achieving their academic potentials. Most importantly, we recognize parents as being a critical and necessary component in each child's journey towards academic success, and we welcome parent involvement. Port High School is committed to achieving the district mission of "helping every child reach their fullest potential."
PWHS Pirate Treasure Program
PWHS Pirate Treasure Program
If you are interested in applying for a donation.
Thank you for your support of the program.
This will be a great experience for our students and a nice way to support/give to a needy cause/project.
Please turn in the application to Shannon Duchow in the PWHS office.
Port Pride Program
- I will be alcohol and drug free.
- I will participate in at least one PWHS activity, club or sport.
- I will achieve to the best of my ability academically by having no failing classes and have no missing work.
- I will have no office referrals for discipline or attendance.
- I will be proficient on the ACT/Aspire for semester 2.
- I will complete 15 hours of community service each semester.
Port Pride Assembly--"Assembly Canceled"
Due to Covid 19 this year’s Port Pride Assembly is cancelled and will not take place In-Person. All students that wish to be a part of the Port Pride program for 2020-21 must attend School on Wednesday, September 2nd to drop off their current chrome book and receive a new one between the hours of 8:00am and 11:00am and between 12:00pm and 3:00pm. Students will also need to pick up their class schedule and student ID. This also means that student pictures must be taken on August 18 or 19 to receive their student ID. For students that complete these required tasks, they will qualify for Port Pride, receive a free Port Pride Mask and qualify for a possible exam exemption.
Port Pride Exam Exemption
- Students will have the opportunity for one exam exemption each semester.
- Students must have student pictures taken on August 18 or 19 and be at school in person on Wednesday, September 2nd to make the chrome book exchange, pick up schedules and student ID to be a part of the program.
PWHS Attendance Information
Attendance Line: 262-268-5501
You are able to leave a message at anytime.
COVID-19: Please let us know whether your student has tested positive or has been in close contact with someone diagnosed.
Your child must remain home if they have one of the following:
Fever (of 100.4 degrees or higher), Cough, New loss of sense of taste or smell
Your child must remain home if they have two of the following:
Sore throat, Headache, Muscle or body ache, Unusual fatigue, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea, Runny nose or nasal congestion
Pirate Pete says, "Mask Up!!"
Quick Sports Information
2020-21 Athletic Forms (most will be completed online)
Forms that must be turned into the main office before the 1st day of practice:
From the Counseling Department
LINK: PWHS Counseling Update
The PWHS school counselors and school psychologist will continue to have a strong online presence with students, staff, and parents. During the school day we will be available through e-mail. Furthermore, we be available by phone or virtual meeting by appointment. Mrs. Hess, the Counseling Office Secretary, will also be available by email at Kristine.firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (262) 268-5525.
We are coordinating with administration and colleagues to best assist with the physical, mental, and social health of all PWHS students. All important counseling and school psychology information will be conveyed through this weekly newsletter.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work together to best support all students and families.
-Mrs. Pasten, Mrs. McCaman, Mrs. Herlache, Mrs. Eason, and Mrs. Hess