Latest News for PHS

Support a Perry Student in Fight with Cancer

The  Rotary of Perry Township, in cooperation with Members of Perry Local Schools, encourage you to pledge your support to the Angelyna Callahan ~ Cancer Fund.
On May 5th, 2016  fifteen (15)  year old Angelyna Callahan was diagnosed with stage four (4 ) cancer. Before that, she had always been a happy, healthy young girl. Angelyna has completed phase 1 of 7 chemo treatments. June 1st was the first day of her second round of chemo.  (more…)

9th Grade Football Parent Meeting – Tuesday, May 31st

A meeting for parents of boys interested in playing 9th-grade football will be held in AV 200 at PHS on Tuesday, May 31st at 6:30 PM. Coaches will go over player and parent expectations, introduce the coaching staff, go over the summer schedule, and answer any questions or concerns.


Perry High School has been chosen to host a teaching assistant from Japan for the 2016-2017 school year.  We are one of only ten schools in the country awarded this opportunity. The young lady coming to Perry is a graduate of Tokyo University and will co-teach Japanese at the high school with Deana Kramer.  Our teaching assistant will be in Perry for up to two years learning to teach a foreign language and helping the Japanese classes.  We also plan to get her involved in the community and other schools in the district and help build connections between Perry and Japan. (more…)

PHS Helps Teen Court Celebrate 20 Years

Recently Stark County Teen Court celebrated their 20th Anniversary with Perry students recognized as being some of the best in the county to participate.

Teen Court is a program that keeps eligible low-level offenders from entering the normal Juvenil Court system. Teens who admit their wrong-doing are entered into Teen Court to be placed in front of their peers.
Area high school volunteers serve as jurors, bailiffs, prosecutors and public defenders to help in “restorative justice” and to gain valuable experience in the judiciary system.
PHS was well represented with the following students being recognized:


Genoa Students Travel The World With Passports

IMG_3522PHS Students Learn International members and volunteers set up stations from around the world that highlighted educational issues faced by girls and boys in that region as well as cultural items to try (spices, music, food, etc.) at Genoa for Grandparents’ Day. Students received a passport and got stickers as they went from station to station to become more aware of the rest of the world.


Seniors have the option to have their Senior pictures taken this year by James Wood Photography on two dates to be announced.  A $25 sitting fee will be charged at the time of the appointment unless you are purchasing a senior picture package from James Wood Photography by September 1, 2016.  Information on packages is available on our website and at James Wood Photography. All Senior photos have to be submitted no later then November 1st, 2016.   Click here for photo guidelines and click here for Senior Specials from James Wood Photography.