Latest News for PHS
The transition to multiple options for earning a high school diploma is an exciting one for students who will have more flexibility for success in school and preparing for their future after high school. The Ohio Department of Education is providing the following tools to communicate effectively these options. (more…)
Several Perry employees were recently recognized as a Person of Character by the Character Counts program in Stark County. This prestigious award celebrates individuals who live their lives by the Six Pillars of Character and serve as role models to their students and colleagues. Congratulations to the following Perry staff members: (more…)
Recently letters were handed to select students regarding remediation prior to retaking a state test. The letters contain information regarding a student’s individual state test results. Opportunity for retakes, to help toward graduation, are explained in the letter as well. Click here for more information regarding graduation requirements for the graduating class of 2018 and beyond. (more…)
The Perry Township Police Department released a statement this afternoon regarding a threat against Perry Local Schools via social media. The release refers to two attachments, these attachments have not been included in this post. Questions regarding the media release or the attachments can be directed to the Perry Police Department.
The Perry High School Marching Band traveled to Marietta on Saturday to compete against 11 bands from Ohio and West Virginia. The Marching Panthers edged out the West Virginia State Champion Marching Band from Cabell-Midland High School, and Westerville South High School to take 1st place in Class AA. Perry also brought home awards for Best Music and Best General Effect. The Marching Panthers earned overall Grand Champions for the competition and qualified for state finals for the second time this year.