The following excerpt is from the PGHS Profile
Three townships, Lower, Upper and West Pottsgrove, compose the Pottsgrove School District and surround the borough of Pottstown on the north side of the Schuylkill River. The district has a population of 19,130 people, is located in Montgomery County and is 40 miles due west of Philadelphia. Pottsgrove is a four year comprehensive, public high school, with a total student population of 1060 with approximately 80% of that number enrolled in the college preparatory course. The school is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The school year consists of four marking periods with graduation in June.
Hail Alma Mater!
Your praises we sing.
Welcome Alumni, so loyal and true.
Thunders of cheers fill the old hallowed halls.
Toasts to the Falcons who wear Maroon and White.
Hail Pottsgrove High School,
your praises we sing.
Words by Kenneth Gambone - Faculty member, 1957 (Tune - American Hymn)
The Pottsgrove School Mascot is... the Falcon
The school day consists of seven class periods on a six day cycle - A, B, C, D, E, and F. Example..
Monday - Day A, Tuesday - Day B, Wednesday - Day C, Thursday - Day D, Friday - Day E,
Monday - Day F, Tuesday - Day A, continue cycle..
The current letter for each day can be found on the Weekly bulletin.
Students are assigned each class period to a class, study hall or lunch.
CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE 2012-2013 SCHEDULES ON PDF
( updated: 7 Jan '09 )