Phillipsburg High School is a forward-thinking high school providing many opportunities for the students who are enrolled. The High School has a diverse academic curriculum of approximately 150 general education courses, 25 honor level courses, and 20 advanced placement courses many of which offer college credit through our dual enrollment program with Warren County Community College and Centenary University. These courses ensure that all students are engaged in challenging work resulting in their attainment of the New Jersey Student Learning Standards at all grade levels while preparing the students to be college and career ready. A partnership with St. Luke’s Health Network affords students the opportunity to explore areas of the medical profession as well as experience dissections by observing doctors from their network. A professor-in-residence from Warren County Community College, Centenary University and Lafayette College helps students with their college application process.
In addition, Phillipsburg High School provides student athletes over 40 levels of highly competitive interscholastic sports teams and the Co-Curricular program affords students the opportunity to learn and share desirable qualities through the various 30 club and activity offerings, including drama, student government, publications, choral and band, and service organizations.