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, 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, Republican Club, SADD, Save the Elephants, Science Olympiad, Speech and Debate, Spork (food magazine), The Ivy (arts magazine), The Prince (yearbook), The Tower (newspaper), Tiger News (weekly broadcast), and UNICEF.
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The exception is science classes that have one or two lab periods count for 5.7 and 6.4 credits, respectively.
Additionally, each student must have completed 50 hours of community service, usually completed during a students sophomore year.
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.
This period of time is also used for community service group meetings for sophomores, other extracurricular activities, and school-wide events such as pep rallies, the Fall Festival, and Spring Fling.
The school days are assigned letter labels, cycling from A through G.
For example, if a student has lab on B and F days, he or she will not have gym, health or driver's education on those cycle days and will instead have a double science period.
D Days are often used on the first few days of school, the first day of each marking period, midterms and finals, or other drastic changes in schedule.
This is done to accommodate double periods for science classes, which are scheduled so there is a gym class during the preceding or following period.
For two out of these seven days (either A and E, B and F, or C and G depending on the class, so that D day is the same for everyone) the science class meets two periods in a row to give the class opportunity for a lab experiment.
This image of PHS from above (with old municipal boundaries pre-dating the January 1, 2013, consolidation of Princeton highlighted) predates the 2000s construction.