Friday, May 26: Baccalaureate, 4 p.m., St. Philip Neri Church, Pennsburg
Saturday, May 27: Commencement, 10 a.m., Campus Sward in front of Kriebel Hall
A World of Possibility
Perk students go on to achieve success at a range of excellent colleges and universities. In our most recent graduating class, more than 60 percent of students gained admission to their first-choice institution.
Perkiomen offers its students the support of an outstanding college counseling program. The defining strength of this program is the truly exceptional degree of personal attention the school’s counselors are able to provide to each student.
The college process at Perk espouses the school motto: “experience is the best teacher” or “we learn through experience." The Perk experience enables our students to grow and explore their talents and passions in the arts, athletics and the classroom. We strive to offer personal, comprehensive counseling as our students navigate the ever-changing landscape of college admissions. However, we firmly believe that it is the student who drives this process. Ultimately, we hope that each student grows personally during this time of self-realization. We are excited to be the students’ advocates as their next experience comes into focus.
The Office of College Counseling is excited to welcome David Antoniewicz to the Perkiomen community as the new Director of College Counseling. Dave graduated from Susquehanna University with a BA in History. Professionally, he has served as an Admissions Counselor at Caldwell College, Associate Director of Admissions at Susquehanna University, and Assistant Director of Admissions at Widener University. He serves as Treasurer of the PACAC (Pennsylvania Association of College Admission Counseling). He played lacrosse in college and is an avid golfer. He enjoys traveling and exploring local cuisine with his wife Jenna and two Boston Terriers.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.