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Fall Athletics and Clearance Information

2018-2019 Athletics Clearance Information Fall Season begins July 30th 2018. Clearance registration will be launched on June 4, 2018. ALL physicals must be completed for the 2018-2019 school year after June 4, 2018. Clearance Card Schedule in Mr. Clark’s Classroom (Room TBD) July 23-27 (2:00-5:00pm) July 30-August 2 (7:00am-10:00am) ***No Contact Period between coaches and

Become a Permanent Part of Patriot History

PHHS Stadium Brick Project PHHS families & alumni, become a permanent part of Patriot history and support our school’s new stadium! The reconstructed stadium will have a new entry pavilion where the personalized bricks will show off the community support for Patrick Henry HS. There will also be similar pavilions at the new baseball and

Badminton beats UCHS 11-6

The badminton team took on last year’s league champion University City HS and declared their intention to compete for a league title in 2018 with a decisive 11-6 victory at home on April 18. Badminton returns home to face league rival Scripps Ranch HS on Wednesday April 19 at 3:15pm in the gym. Match winners

Badminton Team Champions of Invitational

Badminton was again dominant in bringing home 3 first place trophies and 2 second place trophies to earn the Team Champion trophy of the 2018 Sue Minnock Invitational held last Friday and Saturday at Serra HS. Coach Trustin said he and his coaching staff “were overwhelmed by our team effort and determination!” Go Patriots! First

Stadium Brick Deadline April 30

Stadium Brick Deadline April 30    If you have been to Petco Park and walked around the outfield concourse you have seen hundreds of personalized bricks. We are providing the same opportunity to our community for the new stadium. The new entrance to the stadium will feature a similar feel where personalized bricks will be

Boys Tennis Get Ink in Union-Tribune

Seniors Cody Lefler and Ryan Nguyen received some well deserved credit in the April 10th San Diego Union-Tribune. Article below.    Doubles partners good fit for Patrick Henry tennis team By Glae Thien (U-T reporter) Photo credit to Chadd Cady What happens when a soccer player who had an inclination to try tennis gets paired

EP Save a Life-Free Heart Screening

Free Heart Screening on Sunday May 6 from 9:00am-3:00pm at Patrick Henry HS.   San Diego, CA – The Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation provides free heart screenings to youth, ages 12-25, in order to detect heart conditions that could lead to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when a heart unexpectedly

Union-Tribune Recognizes Student-Athletes

The 2017-18 winter season for high school sports continues the 33rd year of The San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team.   The All-Academic Team honors juniors and seniors who participated in a California Interscholastic Federation-approved varsity sport and maintained a cumulative, weighted grade-point average of 3.0 or better. (excerpt from U-T) The goal of Patriot Athletics is to

Matt Russell Earns 2nd Team All-CIF

In just the program’s second year the roller hockey program has yet another reason to celebrate a successful season. Junior Captain Matt Russell earned 2nd Team All-CIF. He finished the season with 35 goals and 17 assists.

JV Girls LAX Records Shutout

The JV Girls lacrosse team earned a 12-0 shutout victory over Otay Ranch HS on Friday night.  

Swim Team has 2 on the U-T Watch List

The San Diego Union-Tribune recently posted the swim & dive athletes to watch for this season with two from PHHS. Jack Macceca (Dive) and Carlson Temple (Swim) made the list. Jack looks to add to his league record set last season, strong CIF finish, and a return trip to the state finals. Talented Temple: Patrick Henry

Tennis Gets Historic Win!

The boys and first-year Coach Diamond continue on with their great start to the tennis season with recent wins over Pt. Loma HS and Valhalla HS.   Varsity #2 Ryan Nguyen and Cody Lefler both seniors who are now 15-0 from beating teams at St.Augustine, Grossmont, Point Loma, and more sweeped yesterday against Point Loma.