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News

At Paramus High School, we make it our business to share all the good news and to keep you informed about all things PHS. If you need to know it, we will post it here.

Partners in Reading

The Paramus High School students recently spent the morning at Ridge Ranch for Read Across America week! The high school students worked with students from kindergarten through fourth grade. They shared a Dr. Seuss book and created an activity to go along with the lesson. Everyone had a terrific time!

Two Partners in Reading participantsGroup of students and teachers holding Dr. Seuss books
Preventative Heart Screenings

We will have preventative heart screenings available for students on May 13 and 14. Please sign-up at the mCORE website. Screenings will be from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the small gym. For complete details, please see our cardiac screening flyer.

Paramus Named One of the Best Communities for Music Education

2019 Best Communities for Music Education. Congrats! Brought to you by The NAMM Foundation.Congratulations to our amazing music education staff! NAMM has again chosen Paramus Public Schools as one of the Best Communities for Music Education in 2019! 

The award program recognizes outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders who have made music education part of a well-rounded education. Designations are for districts and schools that demonstrate an exceptionally high commitment and access to music education. 

We are so proud! #ParamusProud

Paramus High School Marches at Disney World

The Paramus High School Spartan marching band was chosen after a highly competitive audition to perform at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. On Sunday, March 31 they marched in The Festival of Fantasy Parade down Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. We could not be more proud of our students. Thank you to all the supervisors, staff, family, and friends who have supported the musicians and get to see this incredible accomplishment!

The Paramus High School Spartan marching band performs on Main Street in Magic KingdomThe Paramus High School Spartan marching band pose in front of postersThe Paramus High School Spartan marching band walks down Main Street in the Magic Kingdom
Spartans Hockey

Check out this great spotlight on the Spartans hockey season from NorthJersey.com.

"The Spartans came into the season with a number of three-year veterans and they broke out to a 12-1 start thanks to a 12-game winning streak. It put them on the map, but they backed it up in the state tournament.

After a win over Clifton in overtime, they went on the road and took down third-seed Montclair in a 3-0 shutout, by far the most impressive win of the season. That earned them a spot in the Public A semifinals for the first time in school history, where they were defeated by eventual Public A champion Morris Knolls/Morris Hills.

The 16-6-2 season was a tribute to the growth of the program in general and the seniors in particular. Kyle Bouteloupt (16 goals, 41 assists), Sean Leonard (20-27), and defensemen Jonathan Reveille were the leaders for Denis Jelcic’s club and junior Jonathan Berko was a find in goal.

The cupboard is not bare going into next season, as P/H/L loses only six seniors and brings back three of the five top scorers."

Free Cardiac Screenings

Paramus High School will have free cardiac screenings on May 13 and 14. Be sure to sign up if you're interested!

PHS free heart scans for all students. May 13 and 14. Sign up now at mcoreathletes.com or on the PHS home page.