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Sweet Paws!

This year’s Marketing class is celebrating the holidays with the brand new Paw Packs for sale! A Paw Pack is an elegant package of snacks to satisfy anyone’s taste. Each and every Paw Pack contains various types of treats including Hershey's Kisses, Kit...

Wal-Mart Distribution Donates to PHS

  Earlier this month Wal-Mart Distribution center donated $2,759.22 to benefit Princeton High School. The sum, was based on the amount of miles safely driven by Wal-Mart semi drivers. The Wal-Mart Foundation donates 1 cent for every accident free mile...

Thank You — Marquis Energy

Thank you to Marquis Energy for their recent donation to Princeton High School in the amount of $50,000. The local ethanol producer, located in Hennepin, IL made the donation to go towards the STEM and Agriculture fields at PHS. We are extremely grateful for this gift...

Tigresses Advance to Finals

The Tigress basketball team has advanced to the Championship game of our Princeton Tournament by winning pool play. The Tigresses are 3-0 on the season after defeating Henry 64-17, Streator 65-22 and Stark County 54-23. The Tigresses play for the title on Saturday,...

Regional Junior Achievement Competition

For the second consecutive year, a team from Princeton High School has taken first place at the Regional Junior Achievement Titan competition held at Sauk Valley Community College on October 27th. This year’s team consists of Alec Johnson, Nolan Hunt, Zach Bohms, and...

The Diary of Anne Frank

Princeton High School Theater Department will present its fall play The Diary of Anne Frank, based upon Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl,  on November 3 and 4 at 7:00 p.m in the Sally Skinner Auditorium.  We commemorate the 70th anniversary of the publishing of...

Tigers Win Regional

Original Article Courtesy of bcrnews.com SERENA — Princeton High School soccer fans are used to excitement when their Tigers play, when the course of a game can have more twists and turns than a scenic railway. They were treated to a double dose Friday night at Serena...

Homecoming Fire

Original Article courtesy Brent Jamison, www.bcrnews.com PRINCETON — It was an eventful Friday for Princeton’s Ronde Worrels. After suffering an injury to three of his fingers in shop class in school just a few hours earlier in the day, the freshman running back...

Homecoming Parade!

Be Our Guest! DATE: September 28th LINEUP: Park Ave West 5:30-5:45 FRIDAY'S RIVAL: Erie-Prophetstown Parade starting at 6:00.  Can be viewed on Main St. from Soldiers and Sailors Park to Central Ave, as well as on Euclid Ave. in front of Princeton High School. PEP...

Princeton High School Tours

On Saturday, September 9, Princeton High School will be open for tours of the building from 9 to 11 am. We welcome all alumni, family & friends to return to PHS and see the building. Happy Homestead Weekend to all!