News from the PHS Counselors

May 2018

Juniors and Seniors set to Mentor 8th Grade Students for our Annual 8th Grade Transition Day.

A group of just over 60 juniors and seniors, are planning to host our annual 8th grade transition day on May 22nd. The 8th grade students will be introduced to all that PHS has to offer. There will be a clubs/activities fair, a panel discussion where 8th grade students can ask questions about high school of our seniors, as well as school tours. We look forward to hosting the class of 2022 on that day!

2018 Scholarship Awards Program

Wednesday, May 23rd, 7pm

PHS Auditorium

The PHS Scholarship night is an annual event to honor seniors who have earned scholarships for college. Seniors have been encouraged to let student services know if they are receiving a scholarship so they can be honored at this event. The high school is not always notified of scholarships awarded so it is important that students report their awards to us!

*New* College Bridge Day Offered to Seniors attending NWTC in the Fall

Hannah Loveless, our NWTC Career Coach, has organized a College Bridge Day for our seniors! On May 8th, students will be transported to NWTC to meet with their program advisors and sign up for their fall courses. Counselors met with seniors on April 13th to tell them about this opportunity and handed out permission slips at that time.
How Is Advanced Placement Credit Awarded at Colleges?

Students are currently in their Advanced Placement (AP) testing window. Learn about how student's AP test score will transfer to colleges across the country.

SOPHOMORES! Attend a Fall College Fair 9/26-9/27, 2018

Next Fall's Wisconsin Education Fair (WEF) will be held at the Saint Norbert College Fieldhouse on September 26th 6:00-8:00pm and September 27th 9:00am-11:00am. Please pre-register for the event!

Unheard Voices Presentation given for 10th Grade Students on April 10th

Unheard Voices: Speaking Out Against Sexual Violence is a presentation by the Sexual Assault Center of Green Bay that includes victim stories and a panel discussion regarding the legal, social, and emotional ramifications of sexual assault. The panel discussion includes our District Attorney and representatives from the police department, schools, and the Sexual Assault Center. Unheard Voices has been presented in area high schools for over 17 years, reaching more than 2,500 students each year.
20 Things We Know For Sure About Teens

Teenagers are unique! This article explains why and may help you realize you are not alone in parenting this interesting age group.

Meet our Student Services Staff


Ms. Leah Grant (A-He)

Ms. Sara Diehlmann (Hf-P)

Mrs. Katrina Mayer (Q-Z)

Mrs. Paula VanDerLinden(District Counselor)

Mrs. Gina Siolka-Admin. Assistant

Mrs. Carol Witthuhn-Registrar