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PHHS Presents Annual May Show May 17th, 6pm

The Asian Cultural Club is pleased to present the 17th Annual May Show, this Friday at 6 p.m. Our show this year features representations of the cultures of China, Japan, Thailand, India, the Hmong, and for the first time in the history of our show, a dance performance from the Cambodian tradition!

Site Council Meeting - May 16, 2019

The Patrick Henry Site Council is a representative body of students, parents, school staff, and community agency individuals that has been formed to develop strategies to ensure that our school stays true to the academic and business goals that we have established.

Our next meeting is scheduled for May 16th at 5pm.

Location:Henry High School, Room 103

4320 Newton Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55412


Incoming 9th Grade Registration Night Wednesday April 24th

8th grade students, parents and guardians:

You’re all invited to attend our incoming 9th grade registration night at Patrick Henry High School.

When:    Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30  PM

Where:   Media Center at Patrick Henry High School

Address:  4320 Newton Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN 55412

Purpose: Help students and parents register for classes

Parent-Teacher Conferences - Friday, Feb 15th 8am - 4pm

Parent-Teacher Conferences for February are ONE DAY ONLY from 8am - 4pm in the PHHS Gymnasium. All of your student's teachers will be in one place at one time:

Friday, February 15, 2019.

If you would like to connect with your student's teacher visit: Teacher Contact Info

PHHS ACC Presents 17th Annual Hmong New Year Dec.21

The Patrick Henry Asian Cultural Club cordially invites all families and north side community members to the 17th Annual Hmong New Year! This showcase of traditional dance, song, and an original, student-written play will take place! 

Time: 6pm

Location: Patrick Henry Auditorium

There is no charge for this program, and it is open to the public! Dinner will follow the program.

Cal Ripken Team8 Tour Coming to PHHS

We are excited to announce our partnership with the Cal Ripken Foundation Team8 Tour! Every year, Team8 Tour members hit the road to reduce need, restore health, and renew hope in city schools. Together, we will work to beautify some of the prime locations within PHHS. During tour stops, Team8 Tour volunteers teach staff and students how to make the most of any new resources to benefit their health and fitness—life skills education lessons that last long after we leave town. Our focus will be:

  • Updating our weight rooms
  • Updating the community garden
  • Creating a multi-purpose athletic /dance space
  • Remodeling a staff workroom area

We will be hosting a kick-off Wednesday, October 24th! If interested in joining us, email

Herobotics Advance to International Championship

Henry's own 'FIRST Team 2500 Herobotics' again won the highest regional award at a robotics competition this last Saturday in Iowa and so will be advancing to the International Championship in St Louis!  Commenting on the award, the judges highlighted how students provided more than 9,000 hours of community service, developed a Minneapolis robotics hub and created a strong, well rounded team, as some key reasons for their earning the highest award.  

Xavier Goodman, Class of '18 Visits London

Project SUCCESS motivates and inspires young people to dream about the future, helps them take steps to get there and gives them the tools they need to achieve their goals.
The mission of Project Success is supported by in school workshops, community events and theater experiences. Our very own Xavier Goodman was able to participate in a theater experience all the way in London!
Xaiver was able to see the plays  “One Night in Miami” and “King Leer.”

Click here to read about some of the highlights from Xavier's trip in his words.

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education Visits PHHS

On Friday, January 13th we hosted the 4th Annual 100 Black Men Strong Event. James Cole who is the U.S. Department Deputy Secretary of Education oversees a broad range of operational, management, policy, legal and program functions at the Department. Cole also oversees the Department's work on President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Task Force, which seeks to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color, and to ensure that all young people are able to reach their full potential. Learn more about 100 Black Men Strong.

Henry's Dijon McCain, Class of '15 Visits the White House

Recent PHHS graduate Dijon McCain, along with another recent Minnesota high school graduate had the opportunity to be in the presence of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama!

Check out the story here!

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