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Around Rhode Island

 Top 10 On Your To Do List:

*In no particular order*

1.) Visit 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Beach and then stop by Sandy Point Beach right here in Portsmouth

 

2.) Providence Place Mall

 

3.) Laser Gate

 

4.) Launch

 

5.) Cliff Walk


6.) Ocean Drive

 

7.) Visit the Mansions on Bellevue Avenue

 

8.) Seal Cruises

 

9.) Duckpin Bowling


10.) Roger Williams Zoo

 

 

Top Ten Food Options

*In no particular order*

1.) Brick Alley Pub and Restaurant

 

2.) West Main Pizza


3.) Beluga Frozen Yogurt  

 

4.) The North End Pizzeria

 

5.) Del’s Lemonade

 

6.) Newport Creamery


7.) Frosty Freeze

 

8.) Anthony’s Seafood


9.) The Red Parrot 


10.) Melville Grille

 

 

 

Around Portsmouth High School


 

PHS In Style

 

Kaili Dunlap and Christian Torchia model Portsmouth High School style in their best dressed photo for the Class of 2013!


 

Parking Permits

Those PHS students with licenses may drive their cars to school. Students will receive a parking permit to allow them to park. 

Juniors do not receive individually assigned parking spots. However, they are permitted to use space available parking on the one-way.

 

Seniors do have the privilege of being assigned individual parking spots. These are earned through donating blood during a blood drive held in the summer or by completing community service hours. Names will be put in a raffle and once chosen, the student will be assigned their parking spot.   


 

Senior Spirit Spots

 Seniors are also allowed to paint their parking spots for a small fee. Upon arrival at PHS, new seniors may ask for a Senior Spirit Spots Design Form. They must draw their design on this form and once approved, there will be a designated day for them to paint their spots.