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Upcoming Event2014 Fall Sports Poster

  • 2 Oct - Golf @ Wiesbaden
  • 3 Oct - Stuttgart College Fair @ Patch HS, 1800-2000
  • 4 Oct - Football @ Vilseck, JV 1000, Varsity 1300
    • - Cross Country @ Hohenfels
    • - Tennis @ Ramstein
    • - Volleyball Home vs. BFA, Wiesbaden
  • 8-9 Oct 0 Golf Europeans @ Wiesbaden
  • 9 Oct - Registration deadline for 8 November SAT
  • 10 Oct - Professional Development Day--NO SCHOOL
  • 11 Oct - SAT Test, 0800
    • - Football Home vs. Lakenheath, JV 1000, Varisty 1300
    • - Swim @ Signonella
    • - Tennis @ Kaiserslautern
    • - Volleyball @ Kaiserslautern, 1000
  • 13 Oct - Columbus Day--Federal Holiday--NO SCHOOL
  • 15 Oct - PSAT Testing, grades 10-11, 0800-1130
  • 15-16 Oct - Jostens Visit, 1000-1500

Stuttgart College Fair, 3 October 2014, 1800 - 2000


Please note that it is the parent's responsibility to notify the school if a child will be absent. Email Patch HS Attendance Office Report student absence by e-mail or call DSN 430-7191 or 0711 680 7191.



"My first 100 days"

Mr. Danny RobinsonPOC: Mr. Danny Robinson
Principal Bio (pdf)
Unit 30401
APO, AE 09107-0401
Email Patch HS Principal
PatchHS.Principal@eu.dodea.edu
Tel: (+49) 0711 680 7191
DSN: 430 7191


Road Conditions and School ClosuresRoad Conditions and School Closures information

In the case of inclement weather, the Stuttgart Garrison Commander determines whether schools will be delayed or closed. This information is posted on the Garrison web site on the Weather, Road Conditions, & DoDDS status web page, AFN radio, or the US Army Garrison Stuttgart weather/road conditions line at DSN 431-3744. Information concerning road and weather conditions will be available to the community no later than 0500 on weekdays.

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Patch in the news...

27 Sep | Patch blanks another foe on tennis courts - Marissa Encarnacion wasn’t quite sure how her ankle was going to hold up on Saturday. Earlier this year, the Patch tennis star fractured her left ankle, sidelining her for the early part of the season. Saturday’s matches against Hohenfels was her first real chance to test how well the injury has healed, and a proving ground of sorts to see if a wild card entry into the European finals was anything more than a pipe dream. »

20 Sep | Ramstein blanks Patch 45-0 in season opener - The Ramstein Royals barreled into the 2014 DODDS-Europe Division I football fray Saturday with a dominant 45-0 shutout win over the visiting Patch Panthers. »

17 Sep | Competitors lace up for six-week season - The last of five DODDS-Europe fall sports toes the starting line Saturday as the 2014 boys and girls cross country season opens its six-week run with six meets across three countries. Here’s a look at some of the runners expected to contend for a European title Oct. 25 at Baumholder, Germany. »

14 Sep | Defending champs resume marches toward 4-peats - DODDS-Europe has finally produced an opponent that even Jenna Eidem can’t defeat. Graduation. The Wiesbaden star and three-time defending DODDS-Europe girls golf champion will see her reign come to an end this fall. If history holds, it will do so with Eidem completing her four-year high-school championship sweep. »

12 Sep | Patch starts slow, then pounds Kaiserslautern - When the host Kaiserslautern Raiders scored the first 10 points of their 2014 DODDS-Europe Division I football opener Friday night, it appeared the rout was on. And so it was. For the other guys. The visiting Patch Panthers responded to the Raiders' early flurry with 20 unanswered points over the balance of the first half and 21 more consecutive points after halftime in a convincing 41-20 victory. »