Schools are places that help students make sense of the world around them. Talking to students about issues like racism and protest can be difficult even in the best of times when we are actually with our students and not just looking at them through screens. Nonetheless, these are important conversations and important times. Should you wish, here are a few resources to assist in speaking with your children about these issues.  

NASP – National Association of School Psychologists
Chicago Public Schools – Say Their Names
Talking about Race (National Museum of African American History and Culture)

PHHS Statement and Resources of Racial and Social Injustices

 Virtual Ceremonies for Graduation Thursday, 6/17 evening. (Senior Class Video Photo Tribute) (Formal Ceremony) (Playlist) 

Scholarships and Destinations 2020

Video link PHHS Senior Awards Ceremony Program 

  Parsippany Hills High School has earned the College Board's AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for attaining female student representation in AP Computer Science Principles for 2018. This award has been given to only 685 of the 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses.  This honor acknowledges the amazing work that PHHS is doing to engage more female students in computer science for the high-paying, in-demand jobs of the future, and opportunities to help solve some of society's most challenging problems. 
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 Click here to Check out the latest Art Honors News! 

for achieving a rating of Excellent by
The NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) for its 2018 Magazine

Academic Decathlon CONGRATULATIONS!!

The Parsippany Hills High School Academic Decathlon (AcDec) Team participated in the New Jersey Region III Competition on Saturday, February 2 at Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Clifton. The team of seven members and six alternates placed third in the region and third for the Super Quiz. Team members who participated were: Cavin Anbuselvam, Tyler Gurth, Amy Liu, Matthieu Granvil, Brandon Ng, Dhruv Patel, and Shoumik Vaddi. Alternate team members who participated were: Schenia Alvarez, Shantel Alvarez, Hyun-Jung Kim, Mann Pandya, Aarnav Patel, and Victor Wang. Overall, the Parsippany Hills High School team took home almost 40 individual awards and honors for the regional competition.

Academic Decathlon is a 10-event scholastic competition for high school students. The events include math, science, social science, literature, economics, art, music, speech, essay and interview. This year’s theme is the 1960’s. Team coaches are Jaclyn Bevacqua, Italian teacher, and Jacqueline Forte, Spanish teacher.

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Robotics Team Congratulations!

 Congratulations to Chipwrecked Vikings who placed 7th overall and participated in the semi finals of their very first meet as a team!  Siddharth Swaminathan, Tyler Lee, Aditya Patur, Sweta Desai and Samay Desay all worked very hard on their robot and engineering notebook


Yearbook Orders

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Music Applause

Congratulation to two PHHS Choir members on earning a chance to perform with the All Nationals Honors Choir this November.

Only ten students were chosen to participate from New Jersey: Ruth Kowalski and Kaneesha Vaz  -  will represent the excellent ParHills Music Department. They will work with nationally acclaimed Directors and Professors for their performance in Disney World.
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2020 PHHS Lip Dub Video

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PHHS Online School Store

Born A Viking, Raised A Viking, Always A Viking
T-shirt $15.00  contact Ms. Bonnet at

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Varsity Jackets

Rep from Cozy will visit Par Hills at the end of each sports season for fittings.  Don't want to wait?  Visit Cozy Formalwear in Morristown for a fitting and immediate order.  Bring your Varsity Letter.  Order form is attached.  Questions ask Ms. Bonnet ( or Mrs. O'Boyle. 

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PHHS Daily Bulletin
(...Bulletins will be posted after 3PM for the next day.)

Our Student Newspaper
The Voyager

Want to add your name to the Birthday Board?  
here to download the Birthday Board form!
Birthday Board


Names will be recognized for one day on the birthday board.  Every attempt will be made to post the name on the actual birthday or the last school day prior to the birthday.
$5 must be included with this form to be processed

Looking to engrave a brick on the varsity club court?   Click here!



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