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We strive to keep parents informed and to support
and maintain the academic excellence at our school.
Please navigate through the website and consider
joining the PTSA and attending one of our upcoming meetings.
As we begin the new school year, please don't forget your PTSA Memberships! PTSA membership is for parents, students, grandparents -- anyone and everyone who supports Peninsula High and our students. Thanks to the generosity of the families who came before you, and of some of you returning Panther families, this year our students will enjoy water filling stations (6 of them!) across our campus; projectors in every math classroom; a brand new outdoor sound system in the amphitheater; new supplies for math and science; new stoves in culinary arts; new computers; more chrome books for our classrooms; and much, much more. You can choose to donate to support more classroom supplies, emergency & disaster supplies, and support the Peninsula High school climate - the things that make our campus an inviting, welcoming and academically challenging environment for every Panther - where students, parents, teachers, school staff and community members work together to create a safe, respectful and inclusive campus.
Please click here to join the Peninsula High PTSA and to make any donations you choose. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Join us on October 17th for a unique opportunity to hear from government representatives. This dinner program features representatives from Federal, State and Local levels of government discussing the role of government, issues affecting our community and the importance of civic engagement for students. This is a great opportunity for students interested in the PTA Capitol Convoy program in the Spring and any student interested in government. The program will be held at the Palos Verdes Golf Club from 5:00 - 8:00 PM. The cost is $40 and includes dinner. Parents and students are encouraged to attend.

PVPHS PTSA will pay the cost for the first 25 students to RSVP and submit their completed form, waiver and deposit check. STUDENTS MUST BE PTSA MEMBERS TO HAVE PTSA PAY THE COST OF THE PROGRAM. To ensure that students attend, they will be required to submit with their completed form and waiver a check, payable to PVPHS PTSA, for $40. This check will be returned to the student when they check in at the event. Students who are interested in attending should RSVP to The first 25 students to RSVP will attend the event at no cost. Students who RSVP online must submit the required forms and deposit check to the PTSA box in the Hawthorne office by Friday, September 27th. PTSA will maintain a wait list to be PTSA's guest at this event, but please RSVP early to assure your seat.

Parents wishing to attend this event should complete the sign up form and provide a check in the sum of $40 payable to PVPHS PTSA.

Don't let this unique opportunity slip by! RSVP today and submit the sign up form and waiver (below) to secure your seat!!

We look forward to seeing you all on October 17th!

  PTSA Sponsored Workshops
PTSA is sponsoring 3 upcoming  workshops - see the flyers below for signup instructions:
Seniors - get started writing your college personal statement! Need help ? Sign up today classes start September 10th. Space is limited so sign up today!
Four Tuesdays in October from 4pm - 6pm. Topics covered include: Listening and note taking, time management, test-taking skills, and study skills.
Classes start August 25 and run through October 3.
2 day classes to prep students for the fall PSAT, SAT and ACT exams. 


** Note from the Peninsula High School Administration **


We are genuinely grateful for the efforts of our Peninsula High PTSA. While most of us think of them as a fundraising group, don't be fooled. PTSA does so many more things for our students, including but not limited to, advocating for our district in Sacramento, providing hospitality services to the staff and community throughout the year, providing vital communication between school and the parents via the monthly "Paw Prints" publication, orchestrating and implementing mock elections for our student body, providing SAT and ACT workshops, teaching our students about healthy lifestyles via Yellow Ribbon Week and so, so much more. They, of course, also raise much needed funds without which this school would suffer on many levels. The funds raised by PTSA are spent on technology, software, special projects, and teacher instructional supplies.
Sept. 24
8:45 AM 
Coffee / Social
in the
Community Room
Meeting Agenda
Sept. 24, 2019
October 22, 2019
Nov. 26, 2019
January 28, 2020 
February 25, 2020
March 24, 2020 
April 28, 2020 
May 26, 2020