The Pendleton School District assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or income as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related authorities, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any Pendleton School District sponsored program or activity.
PHS Leadership & Clubs
Dance Team members perform at sporting events, parades, assemblies, and competitions.
FFA – Advisor: Kylee Hunt
The National FFA Organization is the largest youth organization in the world, boasting over 425,000 members. Traditionally known for farm training, FFA has evolved into a more leadership and natural resource role whose purpose is to develop students potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Many FFA activities include traditional livestock shows, crops and machinery. Students are also able to have their own projects at FFA’s 15 acre land lab. The classroom is designed for hands-on learning with many opportunities for horticulture, wildlife, forestry, tractor driving certification and field trips.
Culture Club – Advisor: Kathyrn Youngman
An organization for any students who are taking French, Spanish or speak another language and are interested in learning more about the other languages and culture of different countries and participating in related activities.
The Pendleton High School Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student-led group that works to promote equality for all members of our school, regardless of religion, race, social groups or sexual orientation, real or perceived. We respect all of our group members and we welcome anybody with an open mind, who is ready to accept others and their opinions.
Key Club – Advisor: Mary Thouvenel
Key Club is an organization open to all students. It is the youth branch of the Kiwanis Club and is promoted by Kiwanis. The purpose of the club is to give students an opportunity to be involved in community service and leadership development activities.
Leadership – Advisor: Stu Clem
Students are involved in the planning and implementation of the various student activities at PHS. Leadership also coordinates the Link Crew program.
National Honor Society (NHS) – Advisor: Danielle Blanc
Gives recognition to those students whose academic achievements, leadership qualities, services to school and community and standards of ethical conduct meet the criteria for selection.
Pendleton’s Marching Band that marches at football games during the fall.
Pendleton’s robotics club website: Modern Americans 6442