Port St. Lucie High School HOSA Rocks Regional Competition

We had another amazing turn out representing PSLHS HOSA! We are so proud of all our competitors for even attempting the competition. 31 students attempted round 1, 19 of them went to Round 2 yesterday and 9 of those placed and are moving onto States in April! Supported by Mrs. Cebelak and Mrs. Williams, HOSA – Future Health Professionals is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and is designed for student leaders pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. 1st Place winners: Madison Raudebaugh- Clinical Nursing Adrianna Kowaleski- … Read More

Port St. Lucie High Recognizes Employees of the Year!

Each year we come together to recognize some of the many amazing employees that we have here at Port St. Lucie High. Please join us in congratulating our Employees of the Year: Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Dana Sheffield Distinguished Minority Educator: Ms. Yeny Duenas Outstanding First Year Teacher: Ms. Charity Smith School Related Employee: Mrs. Shanna Cetin Congratulations to all

Port St. Lucie High School Band Rocks Crown Jewel!

The Port St. Lucie High School Band, led by Band Director Troy Wiley had a phenomenal time at Crown Jewel this weekend! Shout out to @crownjewelvb for running a flawless and welcoming event as always! Our band did extremely well earning best in class in the Gold division, and best Color Guard in the whole competition! @colorguardpslhs was incredible today!!!  What an incredible performance by you all! Band is amazing, love it, live it!!  

Port St. Lucie High School Students Open “Student Perks” Coffee Shop

Port St. Lucie High’s exceptional students opened the “Student Perks” Coffee Shop at Port St. Lucie City Hall this week. Students worked hard on their customer service skills and were complimented by the very hungry city hall employees on their outstanding job at running the coffee shop. Students were supported by paraprofessional, Mrs. DiMeo in their new venture!  

Port St. Lucie High Students Connect to Community

Thank you to Marine teacher, Mrs. Karen Cloutier and Art Teacher Mr. David Graham for collaborating with Oxbow Eco-Center, St. Lucie County Parks and Recreation, and local artist Brenda Lee to allow our students to apply their learning in authentic and meaningful ways while impacting our community for the better. Students were joined by Kelly Boatwright and Jennifer Davis of SLC Parks and Recreation to learn more about the 10-year Master Plan and the development of Pioneer Park in the Port District. Artist Brenda Lee invited students to collaborate with her as she creates an art exhibit that delivers a … Read More

Jaguar Ambassadors Guide New Students at Port St. Lucie High School

School Counselor Christine Derry launched the Port St. Lucie High Jaguar Ambassador Program with some awesome students who are charged with welcoming and orienting our new students as they arrive to our campus. Ambassadors spend two days showing new students the ropes, walking them to their classes, sitting with them during lunch, introducing them to other students, helping them get their laptops, and ensuring they feel welcomed and cared for at their new school.  

Port St. Lucie High Students Attend Dual Enrollment Connect Night

Port St. Lucie High School students and parents attended our Dual Enrollment Connect Night. Parents were very grateful for the helpful information and extra attention given to our Dual Enrollment Jaguars. Thank you to School Counselors Monica Brooks and Christine Derry and Dual Enrollment Professor Ronald Frazer for making this a priority and keeping students and parents connected!  

Port St. Lucie High School Meets with Treasure Coast Builders Association

The Port St. Lucie High School Skilled Trades/ Treasure Coast Builders Association Advisory Board Meeting was held on Tuesday, September 19th at 9:30 am at the high school.  In attendance:  Keron Belgraves – Program Specialist, Dr. Myrna Belgraves – Assistant Principal, Ms. Maddie Williams – Director of Workforce Programs, Mr. Brandon Nobile – COO Remnant Construction, Mr. Dave Slover – Building Construction Tech Teacher & Mr. John Picchiarini – Technical Design Teacher.  It was great receiving insight on the state of the Industry and the job skills employers are seeking.  We look forward to taking the knowledge gained and sharing … Read More

Port St. Lucie High School Students Learn More about 9/11

On Monday, 9/11, SLCSO Deputy Milton Rosario addressed students at Port St. Lucie High School during a 9/11 presentation that highlighted his experience working as an NYPD police officer that day. Thank you Milton for the sacrifices you made that day and for your service to the residents of St. Lucie County. #NeverForget #patriotday

Port St. Lucie High Geometry Students Play Capture the Flag to Prepare for Unit Assessment

Mrs. Phillips’ Geometry students are preparing for their Unit 1 Assessment with a Capture the Flag game! Groups started with 5 different colored flags and worked to solve problems within their groups. Students had their answers checked and when correct, they could steal another team’s flag. In the end, students were surprised to find each flag had a different value and those with a lot of blue or orange flags lost points! Fun & learning were had by all!  

Port St. Lucie High Launches 1st DECA Chapter

Port St. Lucie High School teachers Jasmine Shepherd, Nolan Shepherd, and Brittney Sievers worked together to launch the first-ever DECA chapter. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the world. For the first DECA meeting, students came together and conducted officer elections. Students came fully prepared with presentations and speeches. We are so excited for our students who are eager to launch this new experience that will help them reach their college and career goals!

Port St. Lucie High School Students Test Paper Airplanes in Science!

Mr. Archer’s Environmental Science students worked collaboratively in groups to create designs for paper airplanes and then tested their designs using different weighted paper. All students were engaged and taking on an active role in the learning process, as each student had an assigned role in the experiment (e.g. one launched the plane during each trial, another measured the distance, several recorded data, etc.). A FUN time was had by all of our students!

Port St. Lucie High School Students Earn Academic Honors from College Board

Congrats to the 2023 @CollegeBoard’s National Recognition Program awardees! The honor recognizes their academic excellence and hard work in high school, and that’s a cause for celebration.  Four students at Port St. Lucie High School earned academic honors from @CollegeBoard’s National Recognition Programs. The award is an easy way to showcase their hard work with colleges. Congratulations to Rose-Berlandy Bonne Annee, Ava Johnson, Nathanael Lalanne, and Gabrianna Peterkin!

Port St. Lucie High School Marching Jaguars Bond at Band Camp!

The Marching Jaguars had an incredible start to the season with a challenging, productive, and fun band camp!  This time is an opportunity for the band to solely focus on growing musically and as a team, as well as begin working on our 2023 Field Production, “Mythos”.  They had a blast and are looking forward to another stellar season.    

Port St. Lucie High School Jaguars Help Clean the Beaches!

On Saturday, April 22nd, students from the Port St. Lucie High School student government hosted a beach cleanup day, while inviting students from throughout campus to participate. Clean beaches and fun in the sun were had by all. This event was made possible by Mr. Austin, Mrs. Duenas, and Mrs. Martin.