Healthy mind, healthy life

Project Teen Health, a nonprofit program through the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo, is new to PRHS this school year. The program, which has been around for ten years in the community, primarily focuses on preventing youth obesity, but also trains students for specific athletic events, offers tips on diet and exercise, and provides nutrition counseling.

A tail wagger and tear jerker

This novel offers a new perspective on our furry friends, and is packed with emotion, humor, and warmth. It remained a New York Times bestseller for 49 weeks following its release. The love expressed by fans for this book has proven time and time again its status as a must-read, and one that will change any reader's life.


PRHS Mock Trial team wraps up season

The PRHS mock trail team fought in a prosecution on Jan 28th and Feb first and second against SLO, Templeton, Mission Prep, and Coast Union high schools. The case was about human trafficking and false imprisonment. Following a valiant effort, the team lost with a close score.


Special Projects

Giving Back

Bearcat students and body the true spirit of volunteerism. A recent survey of 236 students shows the nearly 85 percent volunteer within our community, with 42 percent logging in up to four hours of volunteering per month.