These student athletes were selected for the Ladies Academic All-State Team: Payton Coburn, 2nd Team; Krysten Coburn, 2nd Team; Alexis Morton, 2nd Team; and Jasmine Bryant, Honorable Mention. Congratulations Ladies!!
Three PHS Speakers Qualified for Summer National Speech and Debate Tournament! Competing against students across from the state in classes 1A - 6A, three Panthers qualified for Nationals at the Yellow Rose District National Qualifier Tournament. Jasmyn Benavides won first in Congressional Debate, Michael J. Roets, Jr., took first in International Extemp, and Elyssa Albaugh earned first in Dramatic Interpretation! PHS also won the Top Speech Team Award! This is the 17th consecutive year PHS has sent speakers to Nationals! Congratulations! Please click for details.
Over 100 Princeton HS Band students competed at the UIL Region 25 Solo & Ensemble Contest at Celina HS. Superior ratings were earned by 42 soloists and 13 ensembles. Excellent ratings were earned by 23 soloists and 4 ensembles...89 medals in all. Twenty-six students earned their letter jacket and 56 students qualified for the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest in May! Congratulations Musicians! Please click for full results!
Jackie Lopez, Rosa Ortiz, Amber Washington, Eryn Stanley, Alexander Roman and Abby Garcia have advanced to the state semi finals in the UIL Young Filmmakers Contest. Next week qualifiers for the state contest will be announced. Applause to all! Please click for a link to results.
Michelle Whitehead and Ian Bobbett were selected as Students of the Month for January. Congratulations! Maggie Reyna and Sebastian Espinosa were picked as Students of the Month for November. Cheers to both! Shea Jackson and Ryan Purcella were voted Students of the Month for October. Bravo! Kailey Marksberry and Nathan Cofield were chosen as students of the month for September! Applause to both! Michael Austin and Jasmyn Benavides were selected as students of the month for August! Congratulations!
PHS selected as a T-STEM Academy, one of 99 in the state! In this program, PHS will receive technical assistance and professional development. PHS will then serve as a demonstration school and learning lab to showcase the innovative instruction methods which integrate technology and engineering into science and math courses. This coveted award has a rigorous application process! This is a tremendous honor for Princeton High School!