Introducing The Wildcat Way Course
This new orientation course will take the place will of the Freshmen Orientation Meeting that usually takes place the week before school starts. Please CLICK HERE to view information about this course.
There will not be a freshmen orientation meeting for parents & students for the 2019-20 Freshmen.
MISSION: The mission for Ponca City Senior High School is to be a collaborative learning community that develops citizens committed to lifelong learning, academic achievement, and personal excellence.
VISION: The vision of Ponca City Senior High School is to be a collaborative community of responsible, productive citizens committed to learning and to excellence.
Thank you for helping to keep Po-Hi a safe place! Please know that if you are reporting as a bystander, your identity will be protected. If you are reporting as a victim, we want to help. If this is a case of cyber bullying, please keep any texts to share with us or print out any online documents. Please fill out the following information and know that all reports are held in strict confidence.
Ponca City high school remains committed to developing global learners while continually searching for ways to improve our students’ high school experience. Po-Hi graduates consistently fare better than their peers during the first year of college. Po-Hi students continue to score above state averages on the ACT exam...
In middle and high school young people are developing emotionally, intellectually, and physically. Parents can help their children be successful students by encouraging them in the following ways:
If you know of a child age 3-21 who may need special education services please contact: Zuri Mayo Training Skills Lab Union Elementary School 580-767-8037
Help Us Help Them!
Special education services for children with disabilities ages 3 to 21 are available for residents of the Ponca City School district through the Ponca City Public Schools. For more information call Zuri Mayo, the Child Find Coordinator, at (580) 767-8037 or the Director of Special Education Services at (580) 718-3816.
Parents/guardians have been given a login letter during enrollment. If you did not get one, you will need to go to the school where their child is enrolled in order to sign up and get a username and password. A valid photo ID will be required to verify legal guardian status. After obtaining the username and password, go to PowerSchool to log in.