Many students at PWHS are enrolled in College Credit Plus (CCP) at Shawnee State University, this program allows many students the opportunity to receive college credit while still in high school for FREE!
Ohio’s new College Credit Plus program (formerly post-secondary) can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or Universities.
The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students in grades 7-12. With College Credit Plus, classes at public colleges or Universities are free. That means no cost for tuition, books, or fees. If you choose to attend a private college or university, you may have limited costs. Public school students may now take summer classes as well.
To be eligible to participate in the dual enrollment classes, students must have a certain score on the ACT exam or take an accuplacer test at Shawnee State University. Freshman students, that meet the requirements, may enroll in the Dual Enrollment Computer I course at PWHS, and receive three college credits before they start 10th grade.
The following classes are SSU courses that are taught here at PWHS by our teaching staff:
Mrs. Blevins - MATH 2110 Calculus
Mr. Bradford - STAT 1150 Statistics, MATH 1200 Algebra, MATH 1250 Trigonometry
Ms. Edwards - ENGL 1101 Composition & Discourse
Mrs. Tieman - MUSI Piano & Music Theory
Mrs. Wilkinson - BUIS 1010 Computer Applications
Students have taken courses at SSU as well.
Girls Basketball 2016-2017
The PWHS girls basketball team has a new coach this year, Jason Claytor. The girls have done sufficient this year with 4 wins and 6 losses while in the middle of the season. The girls are adjusting with Claytor due to new coaches every year, coming out with the most wins in mid season over the years. The girls listed below have the top scorers, (Information from Maxpreps.com). Makayla White, Madison Compton, and Jordyn Swords. The next upcoming games are 1/23 @ home and 1/28 @ Fairland. Good luck to the girls on the rest of their season. Go West!
Article by: Emily Hatfield and Madison Shepherd
Mrs. Alison Smalley, English teacher, and Mrs. Carolyn Callihan, U. S. History teacher, participated in two days of instruction on the American West at the Gallia-Vinton County ESC on the grounds of the University of Rio Grande. Renowned historian Dr. Elliot West, featured presentor, signed copies of his book for the participants. The teachers sharpened their skills of the American West and will be bringing that knowledge back to their classrooms. As a follow up to the presentation, the teachers will travel to the Texas Panhandle and New Mexico as a field study trip in June.
Shown L-R. Dr. Denise Shockley, director of Gallia-Vinton County ESC, Mrs. Smalley, Renowned historian Dr. Elliot West, and Mrs. Callihan
Are you looking for fun and vigorous ways to increase your learning experience in high school. Do you plan on going to College? If you answered yes to either question, then you should take AP (Advanced Placement) classes. To explore more information about AP, including What it Takes, The AP Experience, The Rewards, AP & Your Future, How to Enroll and for more information specifically For Parents, visit the College Board website. Also, see your guidance office for useful information about AP courses.
Article by: Dalton Meyers
Congratulations to members of our Football team that have achieved the following accomplishments. Also, we are thankful to Coach Johnson and his staff for their dedication to the students involved in this program.
1st Team SOC
2nd Team SOC