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  •  WUHSD Parent Survey
    Please complete our parent survey by clicking the link below.  Return the final page to be entered into our Back to School Night drawings
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  • Senior Yearbook Deal 
    Senior Portraits and Senior Yearbook Deals for Class of 2015. Click Here for details
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  • 2014-15 Academic Calendar
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    for the recently published WUHSD 2014-2015 Academic Calendar.
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  • My Lunch Money
    Forget your lunch money often? Try the new My Lunch Money program and never go hungry again. Click here for full details or click the button below to get registered today
    My Lunch Money Website
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  • Synergy Portals Now Available
    The highly anticipated Synergy ParentVUE & StudentVUE portals are now available. For full information regarding what this system has to offer, how to get access, and how to download the mobile applications, click the appropriately titled links above.
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  • Class of 1992 Reunion
    Pre-register at pihi92.com
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  • Reunion Information
    Alumni are you looking for Reunion info? Take a look at the Alumni Reunion Link on right hand side of this website.  If you have information you would like added to the Reunion page, please click here to email MariaElena Castañeda, the Activities Secretary.
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  • PHS Daily Bulletin
    Get ALL the latest PHS announcements and information on upcoming events, click here.
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  • Important ID Card Info
    Don't Forget to bring your ID cards everyday! They must be worn above the waist at all times while on campus!
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  • Pay Online - PHS Webstore
    Pay for items, events, and outstanding fees through the PHS Online Webstore. www.wuhsd.org/phs/webstore
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Home of the Titans

 
SUPERINTENDENT’S MESSAGE
Superintendent Sandra Thorstenson welcomes new and returning students and families to the 2014-15 academic school year at Whittier Union.
 
New 2014 Report to the Community
WUHSD students are reaching increasingly higher levels of academic achievement as the result of the District’s focus on its “Whatever It Takes” initiative. The 2013 Report to the Community provides new, detailed information on the District’s academic improvement as well as a budget overview and summary of its ongoing program to modernize facilities.
Click here to download the report.

Headlines

  •  Learning Robotics

    Team Science Summer Camp Comes to Pioneer High School

    Igniting kids’ interest in science, technology, math and engineering through fun, hands-on experiments was the focus of Pioneer High School’s first Team Science Summer Camp. Held in July, the three-weekend program attracted a diverse group of 400 K-12 students who were excited about taking classes from real scientists and engineers, as well as educators who all volunteered their time. Click on the title above to read the full story.

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  •  PHS students try out the NASA flight deck simulator.

    New K-12 Science Programs Launched at Pioneer High School

    New hands-on K-12 science programs have launched at Pioneer High School as part of a community-wide effort to provide local students with the skills they need to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Click on the title above to read the full story.

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  •  Titan Tones

    Titan Tones Win Top Honors at Regional Choral Festival

    The Titan Tones varsity vocal ensemble recently received its highest honors yet at a regional choral festival held in San Francisco. Click on the title above to read the full story.

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  •  Marilynn Littlefield

    Marilynn Littlefield Receives Special Award from Board of Trustees

    The Whittier Union High School District Board of Trustees recently awarded Pioneer High School’s beloved Dance/Drill Team Director Marilynn Littlefield with a special award for 47 years of superlative service to the school and its championship-winning Dance/Drill Team. Click on the title above to read the full story.

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  •  Titan Torch

    Pioneer High School to Open Rio Hondo Early College Academy

    Pioneer High School has been chosen to be the first school in the District to participate in Rio Hondo College’s Early College Academy. The program will provide students with the opportunity to take free college-level courses and earn college credit while still in high school. Click on the title above for the full story.

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  •  PioneerHigh's Titan Tones

    Pioneer High Choir Nabs Invite to New York Music Festival, But Funds are Needed

    They're smaller than most competitive high-school choirs, with members in grades 10-12 who run the gamut from class valedictorian to those who struggle a bit to keep up their grades. But over the past few years, the Titan Tones at Pioneer High School have won several awards for the music they've been making - and now, they've been invited to show off their talents at an invitation-only music festival in New York....click headline title for full story details.

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  • Pioneer High Unveils New Torch

    Pioneer High Unveils New Torch

    It was designed nearly 50 years ago by a student, but furing the 50th anniversary celebration the newest incarnation of the Victory Torch was unveiled at Pioneer High School. Click the story title for the full story

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