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PHS has a policy of revoking credit for a student's course if a certain amount of absences in a class are reached.
More than 18 absences from a year-long course or 9 absences for a semester course will lead to credit revocation.
Additionally, the High School Program at Princeton University permits qualified juniors and seniors to take free courses at Princeton University if they have exhausted all high school course alternatives within a discipline, receiving only high school credit for any university courses successfully completed.
The school contains over 250 classrooms, several equipped science labs, two gymnasiums, a performing arts center, a fitness center, a garden, athletic turf and tennis courts.
Previously, the school used the HSPA 11 - the class of 2015 is the last class to rely on this.
Students must also pass the Biology State Assessment the year they are enrolled in a Biology course.
Some of this came from significant reconstruction from 2003 to 2007 as part of an million project to renovate the district's school buildings, also including a new mathematics wing and renovated library. The daily schedule consists of eight academic periods (45 minutes), except for Wednesdays which have 30 minute periods and a 12-minute homeroom period between the second and third periods, and a break (30 minutes) between the fifth and sixth periods.
Princeton High School offers over 100 extracurricular activities, including clubs, publications, competitive teams, and other organizations.Princeton High School (PHS) is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Princeton, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Princeton Public Schools district, which serves all public school students in Princeton.Students from Cranbury Township attend PHS as part of a sending/receiving relationship with the Cranbury School District.Required courses include English I and English II (which must respectively be taken in the first two years) and two more years of English; three years of science, including biology and chemistry; one year of a foreign language, though three years is recommended; three years of mathematics; one year of gym for every year that the student is enrolled; two years of United States history, one year of world history; one year of visual/performing arts; one year of practical arts; and one half year of financial literacy.
In addition, students must show proficiency in the PARCC assessment.
As of the 2014-15 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,519 students and 126.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 12.1:1.