- 24 Apr - Soccer @ Vicenza
- 25 Apr - PHS Drama presents a one-act The Girl Who Was Asked to Turn Blue, 1900, Forum
- Baseball/Softball @ Hohenfels
- - Drill @ Wiesbaden
- - Soccer @ Vicenza
- - Track @ BFA
- 26 Apr - - PHS Drama presents a one-act The Girl Who Was Asked to Turn Blue, 1500, Forum
- 29 Apr - Spring Music Concert - HS Gymnasium, 1900
- 1 May - JROTC Change of Command and Organization Day
- 2 May - SAT Testing
- - Baseball/Softball Home vs. Shape
- - Soccer Home vs. Ramstein
- - Track Home Meet
PHS Drama presents...
The PHS Drama Department presents a one-act "The Girl Who Was Asked to Turn Blue" this Saturday at 1900 and Sunday at 1500. Performances are at the PHS Forum and admission is $3. This show is appropriate for all ages and running time is approximately 30-minutes. Tickets are available at the door and doors open 30 minutes before show time. Come out and support our talented PHS thespians!
Stuttgart High School Course Catalog 2015-16
Our school's program of studies has been prepared for students, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors. Students will receive individual advisement from guidance counselors to help them make appropriate course selections. Each student's teachers should also serve as resources for advice and help in making course selections. Student should take seriously the selection of courses for next school year and choose a course of study based on their individual goals and abilities. Read more...
Road Conditions and School Closures
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.
Please note that it is the parent's responsibility to notify the school if a child will be absent. Report student absence by e-mail or call DSN 430-7191 or 0711 680 7191.
POC: Mr. Danny Robinson
Principal Bio (pdf)
APO, AE 09107-0401
Tel: (+49) 0711 680 7191
DSN: 430 7191
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Patch in the news...
18 Apr | Softball roundup -The last two unbeaten DODDS-Europe Division I softball teams stayed that way over the weekend. For one, the feat was easy; for the other, it couldn't have been much tougher. »
18 Apr | Large schools continue to knock each other off - This DODDS-Europe Division I boys soccer race has almost everything: intrigue and unpredictability; close games and dominant performances. The only thing it's missing is a leader. »
18 Apr | Girls Soccer-Patch 8, Vilseck 0: Saturday at Stuttgart, Germany, the Panthers stayed unbeaten with a convincing victory over the Falcons. Kaitlyn Farrar scored three goals and Danielle Mannier added two scores for Patch, which returned to the win column after playing Wiesbaden to a 1-1 tie before spring break. Janey Greenberg, Kaela Lynch and Emma Hook rounded out the scoring for Patch, which scored seven of its eight goals before halftime and cruised the rest of the way.
28 Mar | Boys Soccer - Patch 5, Wiesbaden 2: Saturday at Wiesbaden, the Panthers bested the rival Warriors.Micah Williams and Faouzi Diarrassouba each scored two goals for the Panthers, while Dan Bacskai added another. Asante Lattimore and Matthew Rangel found the net for Wiesbaden. More Division I action awaits the teams after spring break. Unbeaten Patch will take on Vilseck, while Wiesbaden hosts defending champion Ramstein.