Based on current weather conditions, we will have a regular school day on Tuesday.
The dress code will be casual (weekend).
The guest speakers will not be able to join us. We will follow a regular purple Tuesday with H period at the end of the day. H period will be advisory.
Day students are advised to use common sense in making decisions about attending school. If your school district is closed, we do not expect you to attend school.
If weather conditions deteriorate dramatically, we will email and post on the web at 5:30 a.m. any changes to the school day schedule.
If you think Perk is beyond your reach … think again.
Investing in the future with a Perkiomen education has opened doors to limitless opportunities for students since 1875.
Every Perk student receives some form of financial assistance because annual gifts and endowment fund a portion of a Perk education. Even our families who are able to pay full tuition benefit from the compassion and generosity of the Perk community. Over three million dollars in merit and need-based aid is provided to 40% of our current students.
Perk creates greater opportunities by offering several types of financial assistance, including payment plans, merit scholarships and need-based grants.
Let us help you TODAY … Apply now for need-based financial aid.
Step 1: Complete a Parent Financial Statement (PFS).
Step 2: Upload all required forms by February 1 to SSS or mail to SSS at P.O. Box 449, Randolph, MA 02368-0449:
- W-2 Forms from Current Employer for three years (including the current year)
- IRS Form 1040 with all schedules for three years (including the current year)
- IRS Form 4506-T (signed, but not dated)
- Any IRS forms that are in the student's name (1040, 1099, etc.)
- Business and Farm Statement (for all business taxes related to the family)
Please note that you may be required to produce other documentation as requested.
Confidentialilty Statement: All financial aid applications, grants, and associated documentation are held in strict confidence. Financial aid decisions and other related information will only be discussed with financial aid or admissions personnel. It is also the obligation of the family to not disclose financial aid information. As such, it is a violation of confidence to discuss your financial aid award with any third party.