Latest News for PHS

PHS Schedule Changes for Testing

The schedule at Perry High School will be changed during testing days.  As you may know, we are required to administer End of Course exams (EOC) in English 9, English 10, Algebra I, Geometry, US History, Government, and Biology.  This year, we are also required to administer the ACT to all Junior students.  Below are the changes to our regular schedule for testing purposes:

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Two State Champions!

17264985_1460315320679760_5066030247502472402_nPerry has two new wrestling state champions.  Juniors David Carr and Emil Soenhlen both captured state titles in Columbus during the OHSAA state wrestling tournament held March 9-11.  The wrestling team captured 6th place overall with four individuals reaching the podium.  Senior Joe Koontz placed 7th, Junior Zach Blackiston placed 8th, and our two state champions in Juniors David Carr and Emil Soenhlen provided all the scoring for the Panthers. Congratulations to the wrestling team on a fantastic season.

Hat Day Scheduled for Friday, March 24, 2017!

Image result for Hat DayAre you ready for Perry’s annual Hat Day? On Friday, March 24th, for only $1 you can wear your hat all day. This is a friendly competition district wide, to raise the most money. The school that raises the most money will be recognized and have a part in choosing where a third of the money goes. This event is sponsored by PHS Business Professionals of America (BPA) and Perry Athletic Hall of Fame.

PHS Concert Band & Symphonic Winds Qualify for State Contest

Image result for omea concert bandCongratulations to the members of the Perry High School Concert Band and Symphonic Winds for another successful contest weekend.  Both groups earned Superior ratings and will be headed to OMEA State Contest for the 7th year in a row.

Internet Safety for Parents Program – Wednesday, March 8th @ 6:30 PM

Sauder Elementary and Lake Cable Elementary of Jackson Local Schools will be hosting the Internet Safety for Parents Program on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:30p – 8:30p. The program is free to attend and open to all. The program will take place at the Jackson High School Center for Performing Arts (map). Questions can be directed to Laura Henson (lspcwh@gmail.com). Click here for a program flyer.