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Athletics and Activities

Interscholastic Sports Program

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Interscholastic athletics in the Penn Hills School District will be played according to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) Rules. The PIAA mandates standards of academic eligibility for all athletes in its member schools. Penn Hills is in PIAA District 7 and a member of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL).

The interscholastic programs include:

*Indoor Track, Physical Fitness, Rugby and Flag Football are club sports that are offered but not sanctioned as PIAA interscholastic sports.

Athletics Schedules

All athletic schedules and additional information are available online:

PENN HILLS ATHLETICS WEBSITE

First page of the PDF file: SPRINGPHYSICALS2023-2024
Stephanie Strauss

Stephanie Strauss

Athletic Director

Extracurricular Activities

The board believe that the district’s goals and objectives are best achieved by a diversity of learning experiences, some of which are more appropriately conducted outside the regular curricular program of the schools.

All learning experiences offered by the schools, curricular and extracurricular, shall be planned and integrated toward attainment of the district's educational objectives and academic standards.

The Board shall establish that participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege and not a right; therefore, continued participation shall be subject to all Board policies regarding student conduct and extracurricular activities by placing that student on social probation. Social probation is a restriction placed upon a student who fails to demonstrate responsible behavior and who has chosen to violate the district’s / school’s Code of Discipline and Responsibilities, Board policy or the law. The Board may use social probation in conjunction with other disciplinary actions.

For purposes of this policy, extracurricular activities shall be those programs that are sponsored or approved by the Board and are conducted wholly or partly outside the regular school day; are marked by student participation in the processes of initiation, planning, organizing, and execution; and are equally available to all students who voluntarily elect to participate.

The board shall make school facilities, supplies and equipment available and shall assign staff members for the support of extracurricular activities for students. Such availability and assignment shall be in accordance with the Equal Access Act.

Any extracurricular activity shall be considered under the sponsorship of the Board when it has been approved by the Superintendent and report to the Board for its review.

The Board shall maintain the program of extracurricular activities at no cost to participating students, except that:

  1. The Board’s responsibility for provision of supplies shall carry the same exemptions as listed in the Board’s policy on regular school supplies.
  2. Students may assume all or part of the coast for travel and attendance at extracurricular events and trips.

Where eligibility requirements are necessary or desirable, the Board shall be informed and must approve the establishment of eligibility standards before they are operable.

Musical Senior Class Black Student Union
Marching Band Student Council S.A.D.D.
Color Guard Spanish Club Bible Club
Rhythmettes German Club Page Turners
National Honor Society Calcu-Solve Key Club
Science Lab Assistants Games Club Main Office Assistants
Odyssey of the Mind Stage Crew  

 

Recent News

Penn Hills School District Exits Financial Recovery Status

We are thrilled to announce that the Penn Hills School District has officially exited Financial Recovery status. This monumental achievement was announced on May 23, 2024, by Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Education, Dr. Khalid Mumin, at Penn Hills Middle School.

Penn Hills is Hiring!

The Penn Hills School District is excited to announce several open positions and is looking for talented individuals to join our team! 

Summer School Credit Recovery

School counselors will be sending failure letters to families of students who require credit recovery or summer school courses at the end of the school year. These letters will specify the courses needed. It's important for parents and students to carefully read all the directions provided in the credit recovery brochure and the FAQs page to understand the process thoroughly.

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