Category: Perry High School

Report Card Information

HAC-Button-RGB-webBeginning with the 2019/20 school year, PHS will be shifting towards a “paperless” report card distribution process. Essentially, “paper” copies of report cards will be accessible through the Home Access Center (located on the PHS website, right hand column) beginning with the conclusion of the 1st grading quarter and will no longer be given directly to students. We will still mail home a final report card at the end of the school year, yet all other report cards will not be sent home with students as has been done previously.  Information about passwords and usernames for each student with specific directions as to how to view grades through the Home Access Center was mailed home to families in early September. If any family needs this information to be resent, please contact the main office and another letter will be generated. Again, we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding with this situation as we utilize our technology in a different format. Viewing of report cards should be available October 31st while current grades are available at this time. If another copy of directions regarding how to access the Home Access Center is needed, please feel free to contact the main office as soon as possible.   Click here for the Home Access Center.

PHS Choir Members Accepted to All-State Choir

Perry Pride 200Congratulations to PHS Juniors Baylee Richardson and Spencer Bentley on their acceptance into the 2020 All-State Choir. Both students were selected through a rigorous audition process which included approximately 1000 students from all over the state of Ohio. On February 1, 2020 they will perform with a guest conductor at the Ohio Music Education Association Professional Conference in Cincinnati. Congratulations to all our music department All-State performers–you make us Perry Proud!


There’s No Place Like Homecoming Information

yellow_brick_roadOn October 11th, we will crown our King, Queen, and Court during halftime of the Perry vs. Green. Students will be voting on our court in the coming weeks. The King, Queen, and Court will be announced during our Pep Rally on Oct. 3rd. Then on Saturday, Oct. 12, we will hold our homecoming dance in the main gym from 8-11 pm. Perry High School students may purchase their $10 tickets in the cafeteria before school on Oct. 8 through Friday, Oct. 11. (There is no school on Monday, October 7.) Tickets will also be on sale after school in room 228 until 2:45 Tuesday-Friday. No tickets will be sold during the school day. Please see Mrs. Daut if you have any questions. If you have senior option, please plan accordingly.  Each PHS student is permitted to bring one out of district guest to our homecoming dance. That guest must complete this out of district dance form and be at least a freshman or under 21 years of age. No ticket will be sold without a completed dance contract.