Prairie Heights High School Counseling

AKA the guidance website.

Contact information

Mrs. Dena Friend, Secretary/Registar

(260) 351-2215

Mrs. Elizabeth Sutton, School Counselor

Students A - K

(260) 351-2236

Book an appointment with Mrs. Sutton

Mrs. Mary Moore-Bowers, School Counselor

Students L - Z

(260) 351-3208

Book an appointment with Mrs. Moore-Bowers

Prairie Heights High School (260) 351-3214

Senior information

Class of 2021 google classroom - For all things seniors please join using code n34nksj

Class of 2021 Remind - text @acgee7 to the number 81010

Need a transcript?

High School Transcript - All Transcript requests must be made through parchment. If you have not created your account you will need to create an account before you can order your transcript. Use the Parchment link to order your High School Transcript.


Dual Credit Transcript - To request your College Transcript (dual credit) you will need to request an official transcript through the University or College that the credit was obtained from. List of Dual Credit Courses Offered at PHHS

Trine University

Indiana University (ACP)

Ivy Tech Community College

Purdue Fort Wayne

Scholarship Information!

Scholarships available to Prairie Heights Seniors

LaGrange County Community Foundation Scholarships (Usually open in November and close in January)

Steuben County Community Foundation Scholarships (Usually open in November and close in January)

Graduation requirements

Diploma requirements PHHS.pdf
4. Graduation Pathways Infographic - English (Final).pdf


PHHS Course Description catalog 2020-2021

Grade 12 Course request form

Grade 11 Course request form

Grade 10 Course request form

Grade 9 Course request form

Mental Health Resources

Community Resources

Mission Statement

The mission of the Prairie Heights High School Professional School counseling program is to provide a comprehensive developmental counseling program that addresses that academic, career, and personal/social development of every student. With the collaborative effort of school personnel, families, and community resources to provide every student with “Excellence in Education – Preparation for Life”.