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Pine Forest High School administration, faculty, staff, and community stakeholders will prepare our students at the highest level of academic rigor for graduation and readiness for post-secondary experiences and/or the workplace.
Current News & Information
Cheerleading Try Outs
Cheerleading tryouts will be held April 7th - 10th
There will me a MANDATORY parent meeting March 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the PFHS cafeteria.
Lady Eagles win the Class 6A FHSAA State Championship
The Lady Eagles defeated Barron Collier on Saturday, February 21, 2015, at the Lakeland Center to capture the 6A state title. This is the first state basketball championship in school history. Pictures and details to follow in the coming days. Go Eagles!
Student ID Badges
Students received ID badges on 10/30 for all grade levels. Students will be required to wear the ID badges at all times on campus starting November 3. The purpose for a “student ID badge” policy is to ensure each student is readily identified as a Pine Forest High School (PFHS) student and to identify and exclude those individuals who have no legitimate business on PFHS grounds during school hours and/or school activities.
Every student will be issued a Student ID badge. The student is required to wear the ID badge at all times during school hours and/or school activities. Failure to wear the badge will result in disciplinary action. ID badges will be used for admittance into games, dances, and other various school activities.
It is solely the responsibility of the student to account for the whereabouts of his/her student ID badge. Any lost or stolen badge should be immediately reported to the student’s 1st Period teacher or front office. A replacement student ID badge will be issued at a cost of $5.00 through the front office. A replacement lanyard and badge clip will be issued at a cost of $1.00. - Replacement Form
For more details, please read the entire Student ID Badge Policy.
Homecoming - Superheros Go Missing - Video
Graduation Requirements - Updated
Please check out the attached links to find out the graduation requirements by cohort. Each student's graduation requirements is determined by the year in which the student entered ninth grade for the first time. The group of students that entered ninth grade together is called a cohort. Therefore, if a student is a first time ninth grader in the 2010-2011 school year, that student is in the 2011 cohort.
Bus Stop Locator
Do you need to find out which bus you will be riding? Use the online Bus Locator:
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Parent Information Resource Center (PIRC)
Buy a Yearbook
Visit the Yearbookordercenter.com
Enter order number 1237 and click "continue" and you can buy a yearbook, purchase an Ad, or upload photos.
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