Sample Student Schedule

HomeroomMorning Meeting8:15-9:13am
Period 1 TOEFL (Skype with Mandarin teacher)8:27-9:13am
Period 2AP Calculus9:17-10:03am
Period 3Advanced Physics10:07-10:53am
Period 4English (SAT Prep)11:24-12:10pm
Period 5Guitar/Keyboarding12:14-1:00pm
Period 6Painting I1:04-1-1:50pm
Period 7American Studies1:54-2:40pm
Extended Day*
Student schedules will be based upon their interests
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and ThursdayTOEFL Prep*Compulsory2:45-4:00
WednesdayMath Team*Competitions held throughout October-March*State Competition in April2:45-4:00

Athletic Practice*Soccer*Basketball*Skiing*Volleyball*Track and FieldPractices vary in time

Vary in time with a community production in November


In order to represent Presque Isle High School in interscholastic competition and co-curricular activities, the student must have successfully completed five academic subjects or the equivalent during the preceding nine-week grading period. (School Service is not considered an academic subject)

The following activities are available to all Presque Isle High School students:

  • Fall Sports: Cross Country Running
  •  Cheerleading
  •  Golf
  •  Soccer
  • Winter Sports: Basketball
  •  Cheerleading
  •  Ice Hockey
  •  Skiing (Nordic & Alpine)
  •  Swimming
  •  Volleyball
  • Spring Sports: Baseball
  •  Softball
  •  Tennis
  •  Track and Field 

Checkmate! Students are offered the opportunity to hone their chess skills as members of the PIHS Chess Team. The team practices regularly and competes regionally and at the state level at the annual Maine State Chess Tournament hosted by the University of Maine.


DI offers students a unique opportunity to express creativity and ingenuity at an interscholastic level. Team-building and problem-solving are the cornerstones of DI. The team competes annually at the local, regional and state levels.


The Jazz Band is composed of approximately 20 members from within the band, selected by audition as openings occur. All rehearsals are after school in the form of one evening, one afternoon rehearsal, and periodic rehearsals after and during school. The music ranges from the big band swing era of the thirties to the jazz-rock of today. The Jazz Band performs at concerts and assemblies and usually participates in the regional and state jazz festivals.


The Jazz Choir is a select group that focuses on vocal jazz music. The group meets twice weekly after school and studies the various techniques of singing jazz including scat singing. This group performs extensively in the community and throughout the state. Performance opportunities include the district and state jazz festivals. Members are selected by audition and must be in the band or chorus. (Any exceptions are at the discretion of the director.)


The Math Team is open to any student with a strong interest in mathematics. Students participate in five regular meets competing against other schools in the Aroostook League. The season culminates with the annual State Math Meet held in Southern Maine in April.


The Presque Isle High School drama club offers students training and experiences in all aspects of theater such as acting, directing, costumes, make-up, set building, lighting, properties, stage crew, publicity, and program. Membership is open to any student who has an interest in theater. The typical drama season includes one-act competition play and a musical production in the fall. The Shipmates’ Playhouse also competes in regional and state contests. The competitors must meet the eligibility requirements specified by the Maine Principals’ Association.


This interscholastic activity promotes debate and speech activities in Maine schools. The Maine Forensic Association (MFA) administers the activities in Maine with governance from the Maine Principals’ Association. The three forms of debate include Policy, Lincoln-Douglas, and Public Forum. Humorous Interpretation and Original Works are two of the 11 categories of speech. The goal of this team is to promote the increasing relevance of oral communication for students, to teach cross-over skills such as research and teamwork, and to engage a student who may shine in activities that involve oral communication