Category: Perry High School

PHS Junior and Senior Prom – Saturday, May 6th

PromPerry High School will hold the 2017 Junior & Senior Prom on Saturday, May 6th at the St. George Cultural Center from 8 PM – 11 PM. The theme for the prom is Moroccan Moonlight. Tickets for Perry juniors and seniors are $25 each. Sophomores may attend as a guest only. Tickets will go in sale May 1-5. Questions can be directed to Lea Daut (

PHS Dance Expectations

PHS Teacher Academy Student to Lead Social Media Chat

Educators Rising is having Jordyn, a CTE PHS Teacher Academy senior, lead a Twitter chat: Join National Student Vice President of Educators Rising Jordyn Kuemerle on Thursday, April 6, at 9 p.m. ET for an Educators Rising Twitter chat about teaching. Use #WeAreEdRising or @EducatorsRising to tune into the chat, share your experiences as a teacher leader, and tell us what you think current educators can do to recruit and support the next generation of great teachers. 

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 ( Click here for a program flyer.

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:


PHS Educators Rising/Teacher Academy Holding Book Drive

The PHS Educators Rising/Teacher Academy is sponsoring a “Reach Out and Read” book drive during the month of February for children books to be donated to Aultman hospital. Students who donate books will be entered into a raffle for prizes.  Books can be dropped off at PHS – Mrs. Wells in room 230.