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Upcoming Events

  • 26 May - Senior Final Exams, P5 & P7
  • 27 May - Senior Final Exams, P2 & P4
  • 28 May - Senior Final Exam, P6
    • - Boys Soccer Banquet
    • - Softball Banquet
  • 30 May - Prom
  • 1 Jun - Final Exams, P5 & P7
    • - Seniors' last day of school
  • 2 Jun - Final Exams, P1 & P3
    • - Graduation
  • 3 Jun - Final Exam, P6
  • 4 Jun - Final Exams, P2 & P4
  • 5 Jun - Last day of School (full day)
  • 6 Jun - SAT Test
  • 2 Sept - Classes begin at Stuttgart High School

Illuminations 2015: Online Student Anthology

2015 Illuminations

DoDEA Europe is pleased to announce the official kickoff launch for Illuminations 15, the online student anthology for art, literature, music and photography. Nearly 30 Patch High School students' creative works were chosen for Illuminations 15.

Patch High School Course Catalog 2015-16 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 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.

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.

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

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Patch in the news...

22 May | Patch's Lockridge breaks two records on track - Patch senior Julia Lockridge broke two Europe records on the oval – including one that’s stood for 35 years - on the first day of competition Friday at the DODDS European Track and Field Championships. »

21 May | Patch grabs trophy back from Ramstein - It took 90 minutes of play for a new champion to be crowned Thursday night in the DODDS-Europe Division I girls’ soccer finals. For the fifth year in a row, Patch and Ramstein fought it out for the title in a rough-and-tumble match that was decided, 2-1, in overtime, in favor of Patch. The win returns the crown to the Panthers, who lost to Ramstein 1-0 in last year’s championship game. »

21 May | One upset, a few close games and a lot of routs - A handful of blowouts helped separate the good teams from the not-so-good Thursday, the first day of DODDS’ everybody-gets-a-shot baseball tournament format. In the first game of the day, Alconbury buried Bahrain 22-4. In its second game of pool play, Alconbury was on the receiving end of a disappointing 16-1 drubbing at the hands of Rota.

20 May | Athletes take to track for last shot at individual, team glory - It takes one great performance to win an individual track and field championship. It takes something far different to win a team championship. Both of the above will be on the line Friday and Saturday at Kaiserslautern High School as DODDS-Europe holds its annual two-day championship tournament. »

16 May | Softball - Patch 14/24, Wiesbaden 2/2: Saturday at Stuttgart, the defending Division I champions tuned up for the tournament with a pair of runaway wins. The Panthers leapt out to a 7-2 lead through the first inning of the opener and tacked on runs in each frame of a five-inning win. Wiesbaden took a narrow 1-0 lead into the second inning of game two before Patch launched a counterstrike that culminated in an 11-run fifth inning. Elizabeth Hansen got both pitching wins for Patch, striking out a combined 12 Warriors. Shannon Nam went a combined 4-for-7 with 11 RBI, hitting a two-run home run in the opener and a grand slam in the nightcap.