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  • Credit for Life Fair

    PHS parents/caregivers/community members:

    Do you want your high school student to understand more about loans and interest rates, FICO scores, credit cards, budgets, saving for retirement, etc?


    For the 4th year, we will hold a financial literacy fair, Credit for Life at Pembroke High School on March 13th. In order for this to happen and be a success, we need lots of volunteers. You don't need to be a financial wizard, just able to talk to students and some basic math. We will have ONE volunteer meeting, Jan 14th at PHS library at 7 pm.


    Please email Kim McKenna at if you have interest/questions.

    Thank you.

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  • Welcome Obadiah

    January 9, 2020


    Dear Students and Families,


    We are pleased to announce that for two days during our exam week, we have made arrangements for a therapy dog, Obadiah, to spend some time in our school to interact with our students. We are thankful for the work of our adjustment counselors, Mrs. Holly Gerety and Mrs. Rachel McGowan, and the Christ Lutheran Church of Scituate, for making this possible.


    On Thursday, Jan. 17 and Tuesday, Jan. 22, Mrs. Gerety and Mrs. McGowan will be with Obadiah and his handler in the Career Center of the Guidance Office for interested students. They will also be in our main atrium before school and during the 15-minute break in between exams.


    Students will not be allowed to leave an exam to visit Obadiah, but they are welcome to spend time with him if they do not have an exam during a particular period, before exams start, or during the break.


    Please know that Obadiah will stay with his handler and our school adjustment counselors for the entirety of his stay to ensure that student interactions with Obadiah are monitored and safe. We will also ensure that our custodial staff will be vigilant about proper cleaning.


    If you do not want your child to have access to Obadiah, please contact me directly at or at (718) 293-9218 x2104.


    Best of luck to all students during exam week.


    Kind Regards,



    Marc Talbot


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  • NHS Review Night


    First time taking midterms? Have a study guide but aren’t sure where to start? Let Pembroke High School’s National Honor Society students help you out!


    On Monday, January 13th, The National Honor Society will be holding the annual PHS Midyear Review Night, from 6:30 - 8 at Pembroke High School. This is an opportunity for freshmen and sophomore students to receive extra assistance in reviewing and organizing for their midterm exams. We will also provide refreshments to keep everyone’s focus!


    If you are freshman or sophomore and you could use an extra study session, come join us on Monday night!


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  • Pembroke High School

    Mid-Year Exam Schedule

    January 16-22, 2020

    Review Day:  Remember, we run a DAY 0 schedule during review days, with all periods meeting.  Titan Time does not meet. 

    • Wednesday, Jan 15 – Day 7 (7, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

    Exam Days:

    Thursday, Jan. 16 (Day 6)

    • Period 6             7:35 – 9:05
    • Break 9:05 – 9:20
    • Period 7 9:20 – 10:50

    Friday, Jan. 17 (Day 5)

    • Period 5 7:35 – 9:05
    • Break 9:05 – 9:20
    • Period 2             9:20– 10:50

     Tuesday, Jan. 21 (Day 4)

    • Period 4 7:35 – 9:05
    • Break 9:05 – 9:20
    • Period 1 9:20 – 10:50

    Wednesday, Jan 22 (Day 3)              

    • Period 3 7:35 – 9:05
    • Break 9:05 – 9:20                             
    • Make up*** 9:20 – 10:50               


    1. ***All exams must be taken on the day on which they are scheduled. Students need an excused absence and approval from the appropriate assistant principal to make-up an exam.  Parents with questions should contact their child’s assistant principal (Mr. Rix grades 10, 12 and Ms. Kelley grades 9, 11). 
    2. Please refer to our student handbook for an explanation of excused absences.
    3. Please be on time. Students arriving late will not be afforded additional time to complete the exam.
    4. If a student does not have an exam during a particular period (study hall, senior exemption, etc.), he or she does not have to be in school during that period.  
    5. Students are dismissed at 10:50 a.m. (9:05 on 1/22). Any student needing bus transportation can use the library or cafeteria to wait for busses at 2:20 p.m. Students should please notify the main office before 7:30 a.m. of their intention to ride the bus. 
    6. Any student needing a lunch should notify the main office each morning before 7:30 a.m. and a brown-bag lunch will be available for purchase.
    7. In the event of a snow day, the exams scheduled on the snow day will be taken on the day we return, and everything else will be pushed back one day.
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  • Yearbook Personalization

    If your son/daughter would like their name embossed on the front of the yearbook cover; the deadline to order personalization is January 31st

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  • Class of 2020 Signs and Tee Shirts

    Senior Class yard signs and long sleeve shirts are now on sale! Students can stop by the front office to purchase these items, they are $20 each.

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  • The yearbook is in need of pictures from this year’s Homecoming Dance and last year’s Junior/Senior prom. We are also ready to accept senior baby pictures. Parents and students, please upload your pictures to REPLAYIT.COM Please make sure all pictures are tagged, especially the baby pictures! If you have any questions, please feel free to email


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    The PHS Guidance Department will host the College Planning Night on Thursday, January 30th in the PHS Auditorium at 6:30 PM. Students and parents of Juniors and Sophomores are encouraged to attend!  

    Guest Speakers:  Christopher O’Brien - Boston College Associate Director of Admission & Greg Meyer - Bridgewater State University Dean of University Admission will discuss the following topics:

    Private & Selective College Admission Requirements

    State University College Admission Requirements

    Financial Aid Overview

    Application & Essay Tips

    Merit Scholarship

    Need-Based Financial Aid

    Q&A Session

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  • Community Service: Is your student looking for community service hours?

    There is a central bulletin board in the guidance office that gets updated frequently.

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