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    Advanced Placement courses are college-level classes taught at PRHS by PRHS teachers with additional training and certification.  Research has shown that students who participate in AP courses outperform others in college, particularly in grades and graduation rates. PRHS believes that all students deserve access to the rigor of advanced coursework and can be successful with the appropriate support.

    Advanced Placement coursework requires students to complete in-depth reading and writing assignments; research and study outside of class time to analyze the material covered in the course; to work independently and push him/herself academically and intellectually; and to engage in the study of subject matter beyond just learning facts –focusing on the analysis and the synthesis of material.

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    Business Education

    • Jim Hunter

    Fine Arts

    • Hope Steele

    Modern & Classical Languages

    • Dr. Philip Carroll
    • Ximena Delean
    • Melanie Hutsell
    • Adrienne Riley
    • Selena Ye

    Language Arts

    • Matt Davis
    • Debbie McAfee
    • Amber Stallings
    • Lisa York

    Math

    • Alyssa DeNicola
    • Karen Purcell
    • Ann Rodgers
    • Mary Wisniewsky 

    Science

    • Michael Crawford
    • Michael Fusia
    • Joey Marinelli
    • Kristen McClanahan
    • Patrick McClanahan
    • Gabriel Pak
    • Teri Schneider
    • Corey Wellmaker

    Social Studies

    • Matt Adams
    • Steven Brunswick
    • Shannon Costello
    • Tom Cox
    • Nelson Dean
    • Lacey Garner
    • Andy Pasarilla
    • Carrie Petty
    • Katie Raby
    • Hadley Robins
    • Michelle Vitaris
    • Amy Wildey
    • MaryJane Young