Over 360 seniors from the Class of 2014 received their diplomas at the Adams Arena on Saturday, May 31, in Fort Pierce, as the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguars completed their high school careers. Chyna Degginger, class president, represented her class as leader, state...Read More
This year marked the 25th year of PSLHS. During the year, various Jaguar groups created opportunities for alumni staff and students, to celebrate their alma mater. One of the spring celebrations this year was conducted by Principal Hargadine and Dean Kareem Rodriguez (Class of...Read More
A Twitter account has been created to facilitate communication with our dual enrollment students. @PSLHS_DERead More
A message will be sent to parents and students when laptops have been delivered to the school and are ready for distribution. Students must come to school with their parent/guardian and complete a short training course that will take approximately 30 minutes. Each student must pay a $25 insurance fee for the year and fill out the Student Loan Agreement. You will receive the laptop and charging cords. Specific dates are coming soon!
The order of distribution will be:
The first quarter begins Tuesday, September 1 for free driver’s education. Any interested student (with or without a learner’s permit) may register on-line at Treasure Coast Driving School for free. Parents, learn how to be involved with your son or daughter while driving, and really have them learn the rules of the road. For those students without a permit, successful completion of the class will earn them a free Drug and Alcohol class certificate. The class has guest speakers and allows for driving practice on the road in real cars. This could possibly qualify for a discount on your car insurance. Classes begin every quarter. There are 13 classes on campus and two days of driving on the roads. Just remember, only students with permits are allowed to drive on the roads. Sign up now, space is limited.Read More
Students MUST wear:
Students Must NOT Wear:
Notes on Hats and Headgear
Head coverings of any type may not be worn on campus. Students wearing hats, beanies, headbands, skullcaps, or bandanas will have them confiscated. The only students who are permitted to wear hats on campus are JROTC cadets on pre-assigned uniform days. Cadets may not wear their headgear indoors and must remove it upon entering a hallway.
**The school’s administration/designee shall be the final judge of wearing apparel/accessories and will determine whether or not such items are appropriate, disruptive, offensive, distracting, or in violation of health and safety rules.
A 2015 Jaguar baseball graduate, Alex Lopez, was recently named to the FACA all-state team. He will play college ball at Brevard Community College in Melbourne. Lopez is listed #5 in a Treasure Coast Palm article posted July 27, 2015.Read More
Cheer practice will not be held during the week of April 27 through May 1 due to EOCs.
Payments for new uniforms are due 5/12/15 ($50) and 5/26/15 ($50). If you are selling a banner rather than buying your uniform, banner money is due 5/26/15.