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PHS was the second highest ranked publicly funded school, with a total of 31 students matriculating to those schools. Students attend 35 minute class periods, and homeroom and break periods are not shortened.
Short Wednesdays exist to permit the operation of the mandatory freshmen Peer Group program between and .
Tardiness counts as one-third of an absence for the purposes of revoking credit.
Princeton High School offers over 100 extracurricular activities, including clubs, publications, competitive teams, and other organizations.
PHS has a policy of revoking credit for a student's course if a certain amount of absences in a class are reached.
More than 18 absences from a year-long course or 9 absences for a semester course will lead to credit revocation.
In addition, students must show proficiency in the PARCC assessment.
Chartered organizations include Anime Club, Amnesty International, Asian American Club, Dance Club, Democrats Club, Do Something, French Club, Chess Club, Chinese Club, Computer and Robotics Club, Crew Club, Environmental Club, Fashion Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Filmmaking Club, Futsal Club, Gender Sexuality Alliance, History Bowl, Japanese Club, Junior Statesmen of America, Just Wing It (improv group), Korean Club, Latinos Unidos, Math Team, Mock Trial, Model United Nations, Muslim Society and Friends, Numina (art gallery), Odyssey of the Mind, Operation Smile, Photography Club, Pokémon Club, Prayer Group, Quiz Bowl, Republican Club, SADD, Save the Elephants, Science Olympiad, Speech and Debate, 151mm (film magazine), Spork (food magazine), The Ivy (arts magazine), The Prince (yearbook), The Tower (newspaper), Tiger News (weekly broadcast), and UNICEF.
Students can create their own clubs with prior approval.
Princeton High School (PHS) is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Princeton, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Princeton Public Schools district, which serves all public school students in Princeton.
Students from Cranbury Township attend PHS as part of a sending/receiving relationship with the Cranbury School District.