Perkiomen School News

Perkiomen School Student-Athletes Take Next Step for College Athletics

The Perkiomen School community celebrates five members of the Class of 2022 who will be playing college sports. The five graduates will participate in Division I athletics.

TJ Khela, of Orefield, Pennsylvania, will play baseball for the San Jose State Spartans. 

Cole Tucker, of Whitby, Ontario, will play lacrosse as a St. Bonaventure Bonnie. 

Ryan Dunn, of Long Island City, New York, will play basketball as a University of Virginia Cavalier. 

Drew Fleury, of Nashua, New Hampshire, will play lacrosse for the Merrimack College Warriors.

Xaivian Lee, of Toronto, Ontario, has committed to play basketball as a Princeton University Tiger.

 “It is a tremendous accomplishment for our student athletes to reach this level of success and to be rewarded with the opportunity to continue playing in college,” says Perkiomen School Head of School Mark A. Devey. “This is a proud moment for Perkiomen School athletics and for our community as a whole.”

Perkiomen School’s Athletic Director Ken Baker praised each of the athletes, recognizing their hard work and dedication. “It is important to note that all of these students have embraced the importance of being students, athletes, and leaders on campus,” says Baker, who also is head coach of the baseball team.  

Perkiomen School shares its congratulations to each student-athlete, their coaches, and their families.