Pearl River High School (New York)
|Pearl River High School|
|Location||Pearl River, New York, USA|
|Colors||Blue and White|
Pearl River High School (Pearl River, New York), part of the Pearl River School District, is a high school educating students in grades 8 through 12. PRHS is located in the hamlet (and a census-designated place) of Pearl River, in Rockland County, New York, United States. The school is located at 275 East Central Avenue in Pearl River.
The current principal of PRHS is William Furdon. The Assistant Principals are Andrew Trust and Kevin McCahill
Awards and honors
- Pearl River High School is a recipient of the 2001 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award
- Palisades Institute Quality Award
- NYS Governor's Excelsior Award
- Four NYS Blue Ribbon School Award Finalists
- Three-time USA Today/RIT Quality Cup Finalists
- Boys sports offered at PRHS are as follows:
Fall - Cross Country, Soccer, and Football Winter - Indoor Track, Wrestling, Bowling, Basketball, and Ice Hockey
Spring - Outdoor Track, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, and Lacrosse
- Girls sports offered are as follows:
Fall - Cross Country, Field Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Swimming, and Cheer
Winter - Indoor Track, Basketball, Bowling, and Pirettes Dance Team
Spring - Outdoor Track, Softball, and Lacrosse
- Intramural sports are offered in basketball, skiing/snowboarding, bowling, floor hockey, Ping Pong, weight training and open gym.
Mascot and colors
Pearl River's mascot is the 'Pirate' and their primary colors are blue and white, with some teams choosing to incorporate red in their uniform as a 3rd alternate color.
Pearl River's main rival is the Nanuet High School Golden Knights. Each year, this rivalry takes center stage during their annual football game, dubbed the 'Little Brown Jug Game.' Pearl River has another rival, the Tappan Zee High School Dutchmen. The two schools play each other annually in football in a game known as the 'Orange Bowl.'