Perry Hall High School Belief Statements

PHHS Mission

Our mission is to work together to cultivate an equitable community of life-long learners through literacy.

PHHS Vision

Our vision is to prepare globally competitive students who are college career ready by engaging the school community in a literacy-rich, learner-centered and equitable environment.

Important News & Opportunities

High School Capacity Website Information


High School Capacity Information Flyer

Your student will be receiving a HP Elitebook Laptop. For your student to bring the device home, parents must watch the video on this link: .

Please complete the following form and have your student return to his/her English teacher: Student Device Loan Agreement. In the Device Information section, you should check off device, device case, and power adaptor.

You may want to refer your child to the First Log In Directions form.



Junior & Seniors: An Important Message from Ms. Campbell, College Counselor:






Final Opportunity Reminder:

Baltimore County Department of Health

Immunization Clinic Schedule, Summer- Fall 2018

Left to Stay Clinic

Date:                           Saturday, September 22, 2018

Time:                           9 AM to 1 PM



Place:                           Eastern Family Resource Center

9100 Franklin Square Drive, 21237 – 410-887-6452


Place:                           Woodlawn Health Center

1811 Woodlawn Drive, 21207 – 410-887-1332


If your child has not received the necessary immunizations by  September 24, he or she will be excluded from school!

Walk-ins for school immunizations will be accepted at all seven health centers from 9 AM to 4 PM from August 27 until September 28.

Parents should call the number indicated for the clinic to make an appointment.  BACK TO SCHOOL month runs from August 27 through September 28, 2018; clinics will be open from 9 am – 3:30 pm each weekday for students needing vaccines for school. For more information, call 410-887-2705


Eligible Students:

  • Students must be aged 18 or younger who must have
    • no insurance and/or no insurance for vaccines OR
    • have/be eligible for Medical Assistance and/or Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program insurance (M-CHIP) OR
    • be of Alaskan or American Indian descent. 

NOTE:  Students with private insurance will not be able to obtain vaccines at health department clinics and should be referred to their health care provider.

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