Day Student Transportation
Day Student Transportation
Under provisions set forth by Act 372, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania provides transportation from certain school districts to Perkiomen School. Parents should inform the Student Life Office of their needs and complete the appropriate school district form (forms linked below) by June 28. The form can be returned by fax at (215) 679-1124 or by contacting Trish Manferdini. Each school district has its own guidelines regarding transportation. Parents should discuss transportation details with their home school district. All bus transportation should drop-off and pick-up at the Hollenbach Middle School Center.
It is important to note that our school day begins at 8:00 a.m. and the buildings open at 7:30 a.m. Students should not be dropped off before 7:30 a.m. Students who arrive earlier must report to Parents Hall and check in for breakfast. Afternoon sports and activities conclude at 5:15 p.m. so pick-up should be arranged for that time. Hollenbach Middle School and the Kriebel Hall lower and main floors close at 6:30 p.m. If students are on campus at that time, they will report to Parents Hall for dinner. Students should not be unsupervised and will attend community meals if on campus. Any student on campus during the evening for a study group or meeting with a teacher will follow study hall guidelines.
Students who drive to school each day must register their vehicle on Registration Day to receive a parking permit. The permit must be displayed at all times while on campus. Students are to park behind Hollenbach Athletic Center (near the tennis courts). Students may not use their vehicles during the day or transport other students in their vehicles.
Students who are driven to school by their parents are to be dropped off at the Hollenbach Middle School Center or behind Kriebel Hall. At no time are parents to park in front of Kriebel Hall or use that as a pick-up or drop-off area. Seminary Street is designated a “No Parking Zone” by the Borough and stopping creates an imminent danger to students and others who are using the designated crosswalk. Please also obey the state speed limit of 15 MPH, Sunday through Monday from 7:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m., and the 24/7 campus speed limit of 15 MPH.
Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions. The Community Handbook (2021-2022 edition available soon) has detailed information and is a helpful resource as well. Again, if you have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact me.
Assistant Head of School for Student Life
At Perkiomen School since 1982
Perkiomen School, in cooperation with Wolfington Transportation, provides van transportation from two stops in Chester and Montgomery Counties. Enrolled students interested in this service should contact the Office of Admissions for more information.
- Providence Town Center
- Wawa (Route 724 at Route 100)
- Boyertown Area School District
- Upper Perkiomen School District
- Southern Lehigh School District
- Souderton School District
- Quakertown Area School District: all students in Quakertown Area School District must register on www.levybus.com (click on Info Snap) if they need transportation in the fall.
- Pottsgrove School District
- Perkiomen Valley School District
- Pennridge School District
- Oley Valley School District
- East Penn School District
- Brandywine Heights School District