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Some plays have the fortune to bring together just the right mix of ingredients to pull off something really special that you don’t want to miss.

PHS Veteran's Memorial Wall

The idea to design a wall for Prescott High School came from Colonel Denny Peeples from the PHS Aerospace Science Leadership Academy (ASLA). Peeples enlisted the help of PHS Student Council, Student Council Advisor Pam Willard, and Sophomore Class Treasurer Dawn Heuer.
Prescott High School successfully hosted their 5th annual Mile High Marching Invitational this weekend and the PHS band, “The Pride of Prescott” came out well themselves with a score of “Superior.”
Dashing men in smart uniform, beautiful ladies in formal gowns, picturesque location on the top of a hill, decorous ceremony, delicious food and a D.J. Last week it all added up to a Military Ball at the Prescott Resort for the Aerospace Science Leadership Academy (ASLA) of Prescott High School.
As the Jr. ROTC leaders discovered, none of the students had ever been on an air base. Very few even had grandparents who had been in the military, let alone parents. Col. Peeples and Sgt. Martinez are anxious for these students to have experiences outside the Prescott quad-city areas. So, they planned a trip to Tucson.
You've seen your student's report card. But, did you know that the State of Arizona issues report cards to the school? They were released this week, too.