Our parents are our friends and families. Many of our parents have been here at PHCS since their child was 18 months so leaving PHCS becomes just as great a change to our parents as students.Mrs. Donna Wilby (mother of Ryan and Kevin; both graduates of PHCS) "My sons are doing great in high school, and its all because of this school, Ryan in high school English says it's the easiest subject thanks to Mrs. Thibodeaux." Mrs. Wilby also adds, "this school was here for us parents as much as for our students, we will always be a part of Pacific Harbor."Mrs. Cindy Delgado, (former 8th grade parent) with tears in her voice, states "This is my daughters last year here, as she graduates from 8th grade, and I just want to thank everyone for pouring into my daughter, and building such a foundation academically, emotionally, spiritually, and physically." One of our newest families which just enrolled their two sons, also came into the office, and asked, "I know that you are starting a high school next year, is there any possiblity for my sister who is a Junior, to begin now? 'My mom has seen such a difference here, that she wants my sister to come here." Reina Deel (graduated 2006) says..."PHCS is one of those places you never really leave, even after you graduate, you know you'll come back!"Andre Rubio, Tyler Richardson, Jordan Turner, and Rachel Fimbres, 2009 graduates from PHCS - "We know that when we come here, we are safe, and ...it's home!"Irae Hamilton (Alumni-class of 2008) - "The teachers and staff are amazing, they are like my family. I love you guys!Rheina Ale (Class of 2004): "After PHCS, I attended Bishop Montgomery High School. I maintained at 3.5 cumulative GPA and graduated with a full basketball scholarship to the University of San Francisco. At USF, I was the starting point guard for four years and the caption for three years. . I currently hold the number one spot in USF history for minutes played in a season, and 9th in all-time scoring. I graduated with a BA in Communications in May of 2012. Currently, I am the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations at Cal State Northridge."