Panther TV Once Again Cited as “Best in New England” in the New England Emmy Awards, and New England Scholastic Press Association.
Plymouth South High School
Friday, May 17, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
Science teacher Anne Wolf was selected for the American Chemical Society's Honor Society, Aulz Laudis.
In 1985 the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society established an Honor Society for high school chemistry teachers who teach or taught in the Section’s region (Eastern Massachusetts to Worcester county, and New Hampshire). Each spring the organization chooses four to five outstanding high school teachers nominated by their peers. Congratulations to science teacher Ann Wolf on her recent selection for membership in Aulz Laudis. Wolf is a teacher at Plymouth South High School and received similar recognition last year. Share your student's successes, awards and more on Patch. Post an announcement.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
The G & G/PSHS Female Athlete of the Week is senior Madison Braz.
In last week’s Spring Track and Field competition Braz set a school record in the shot put with a throw of 36’ 75”. In addition, she walked away with a victory in the discus. Share your athletic accomplishments and sports news and announcements with Plymouth Patch readers! Blog about your team or league on Patch.
The G & G/PSHS Male Athlete of the Week is junior Cameron Harold.
Last week Harold pitched 6 innings against Falmouth in a 5-3 win. Despite trouble early on, he fought through and after the second inning Falmouth did not score a run. Harold is now 3-0 as a pitcher and continues to work hard each and every practice. Share your athletic accomplishments and sports news and announcements with Plymouth Patch readers! Blog about your team or league on Patch.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The magazine's 2013 rankings came out Monday, but neither Plymouth South nor North made the list.
Newsweek has ranked the high schools nationally, but the criteria used leaves both Plymouth North and South off of the list. Neither school was ranked in the magazine's annual survey. Rising Tide Charter School was also not ranked; it started a high school section this past year. Plymouth high school students do have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Plymouth North High School is 26 percent. The participation rate at Plymouth South High School is 22 percent. For its rankings, Newsweek sent out a survey to more than 5,000 high schools in the U.S., with about 2,500 schools responding in 2013. You can see the details about the ranking, and every other ranked high school by clicking …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Plymouth South High School named three freshmen the most improved and three more outstanding students for Term 3.
PSHS freshmen Hannah Bailey, Shannon Colbert, and Cullen Murphy were named Plymouth South's outstanding students for Term 3. Freshmen Quinn Carey, Dominique Finlay, and Michael Mahoney were named most improved students among Plymouth South's freshmen class. All six students received gift certificates from Cabby Shack.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Plymouth South High School film students were given the task of producing a public service announcement for the Plymouth 2020 license plate.
The new 2020 license plate commemorates 400 years of history and democracy, while raising needed funds for Plymouth’s anniversary. But it will only become a reality if at least 1,500 people sign up to buy it now. Plymouth South High School film students were given the task of producing a public service announcement for the Plymouth 2020 license plate and they have risen to the challenge. "The student video contest provided a great opportunity to nurture creativity, participate in democracy, and own a piece of history. It’s a fun way to celebrate our national legacy," said Plymouth 400 President Kevin O’Reilly. A number of great videos were submitted that showcase the students’ most creative attempts to convince everyone with a car to …
Monday, March 4, 2013
The top science fair projects in Plymouth were recognized at separate receptions at Plymouth North and South. The top projects will compete at the South Shore Regional Science Fair March 9.
Despite bad weather, Plymouth's top science fair projects were recognized at separate fairs, Feb. 15 at Plymouth North and Plymouth South high schools. The projects listed below will be competing at the South Shore Regional Science Fair held at Bridgewater State University on Saturday, March 9, 2013. Science Fair Awards Summary
Friday, January 25, 2013
The G & G/PSHS Female Athlete of the week is junior Jenna Ketterer.
Ketterer excelled in her beam routine during the first Gymnastics meet of the season. An essential member of the team, Ketterer received a 9.0, which was the highest score of the meet. She is a very motivating captain as well.
The G & G/PSHS Male Athlete of the Week is Colin McHugh.
McHugh is a senior and part of the Winter Track team. In spite of a broken wrist he received the prior Saturday, he returned Wednesday night only to win the high jump and hurdles against Sandwich.