Palatine High School

Palatine High School, or PHS, is a public four-year high school in Township High School District 211. Located at 1111 N. Rohlwing Rd in Palatine, Illinois, United States, a northwest suburb of Chicago. It serves primarily all of and only those areas of Palatine northeast of the UP NW tracks, but also serves as a magnet school for the entire district's special education program.

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