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Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving

Perry Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving competed at Warren Harding Monday evening against Warren Harding High School and Lorain High School. Tyler Bargerhuff performed a personal best on the diving board with 135.7 points and a first place finish. Kyle Riordan finished first in the 500 yard freestyle and set a new pool record at Harding with a 5:01.29. The boys are now 1-1. (more…)

Graduation Announcements/Caps and Gowns

Orders for graduation announcements and caps and gowns will be taken on Thursday, December 2, starting at 7:30 a.m. in English classes.Payment in full or a $60.00 deposit is required with your order by cash or check made payable to Herff Jones.
Payment of $27.00 is required with your cap and gown order payable by cash or check to Herff Jones.
See the announcement display in the library showcase.

Attention Students Interested in Ohio University

Ohio University is inviting Perry students to OHIO Application Night, a special program OU is hosting in the Canton area for students interested in applying to Ohio University.  Senior students can come fill out the application online with admissions advisors present to assist in the process and to remove the application fee.  Students will also have the chance to win OHIO prizes and get all of their questions answered!!
Join us:  Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Portage Lakes Career Center
4401 Shriver Rd.
Uniontown, Ohio 44685
Students can register online at:  www.ohio.edu/admissions/appnight/neohio.cfm/.

College Bound Parent Meeting

The High School Guidance Department will hold a College Bound Parent meeting on Tuesday, February 15 at 6:00 PM in AV 200. This meeting is strongly recommended for parents of Senior and Junior students and is open to all parents interested in learning the necessary steps to help your child navigate the college selection and application process.

College Credit Options

On February 3, 2011 at 7:30 PM in AV 200, the High School Guidance Department will be hosting Kent State University as they discuss College Credit Options available to current high school students. KSU will be discussing this topic as it pertains to all colleges and universities in Stark County. If your student is interested in earning college credit as a high school student attending a college campus (Dual Credit on Campus-formerly PSEOP), or at the high school (Dual Credit off Campus) you must attend this meeting. Applications will be available at the meeting. Academic and testing requirements as well as the benefits and risks will be discussed. The meeting will last approximately one hour.