On July 25, PCHS opened its doors to 16 new teachers. PCHS has been growing rapidly in recent years, with freshman classes reaching new heights.
New teachers have been added to the community to compensate. With these rising numbers, it is clear that PCHS attracts many, but why? When asked what drew him to PCHS, Chris Ludwig responded “I came to work at PCHS because of the great students in the SEBS program.”
The new additions to the community are already benefiting from the positive culture. In an interview about her time here,Giovanna Selle said, “My experience so far has been really positive, I love seeing my students take to the material and flourish.”
She is not the only one enjoying the culture. Julian Galves stated, “It's been amazing, the teachers are all great, the students are well-behaved…it just seems like a real homely kind of place.” PCHS has welcomed many, and it will welcome more.
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