Athletic Department

Athletics and activities round out the day at Perkiomen. Varsity, junior varsity, and middle school sports offer a variety of choices for both skilled and developing athletes. Several Perkiomen alumni are playing varsity athletics in college. Four members of the Class of 2019 are playing Division I baseball and basketball.

Perkiomen School is a member of the Tri-County Independent School League, the Penn-Jersey Athletic Association (girls soccer), and is a founding member of the Keystone State Football League (8-player football) and plays both league and non-league games throughout the seasons.

Perkiomen is also a member of the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association and participates in various state tournaments throughout the year.

All students are required to participate in an after school activity each trimester.

Upper School – Perkiomen School does not offer physical education classes for Upper School students. Students are required to participate, as a team player, in at least one interscholastic team sport, or one of the other physically active programs, each school year. Activities run from 3:15-5:30 p.m. daily.

Middle School – Students are required to participate in the after school program, which includes a competitive sports schedule, and there is an option to try out for the Middle School play in the winter term. All activities run from 3:15-4:30 p.m. daily.

Students who are actively engaged at a high level in an athletic activity that Perkiomen does not offer but that is comparable to the expectations and time commitment required of all students may petition the Athletic Department for an exemption to Perkiomen’s school-offered activity requirement.

The activity exception form must be submitted to the Director of Athletics at least two weeks prior to the start of the athletic season.

Ken Baker
Director of Athletics
At Perkiomen School since 1976



Perkiomen School's full-time Certified Athletic Trainer, Melissa Brault, MS, ACT, manages the overall health and wellness of our student-athletes, as well as providing daily coverage for practices and games.

Ms. Brault is an expert in preventing, recognizing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries that result from physical activity. She collaborates with licensed physicians, and works in cooperation with other health care professionals, athletic administrators, coaches, and parents. In addition, Ms. Brault is familiar with each individual athlete; therefore, she is able treat injuries effectively and with appropriate efficiency.

Melissa Brault, MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
At Perkiomen School since 2014

Perkiomen School Athletic Code of Conduct


All athletic participants, at all levels, as well as coaches, parents, fans, and visitors, are expected to adhere to the Perkiomen School Athletic Code of Conduct. Aligning with our values as an institution and as outlined in our Community Handbook, Panther athletes and their supporters are expected to represent Perkiomen School with integrity, graciousness, and a commitment to being their best selves.

Perkiomen School students, coaches, supporters, and guests will:

1.     Respect our opponents, officials, and opposing fans/supporters

2.     Recognize and respect the effort and value of our opponent

3.     Respect coaches and adhere to their decisions

4.     Always maintain self-control, including in times of perceived provocation and/or perceived lack of sportsmanship 

5.     Use respectful language 

6.     Be gracious in victory 

7.     Be gracious in defeat

Perkiomen School student-athletes, coaches, supporters, and guests who are deemed in violation of this Code of Conduct may be asked to leave the area and/or the Perkiomen School campus. 

All Perkiomen School community members accept that representing Perkiomen School as a student-athlete, coach, fan, or supporter is a privilege, and that it is our collective responsibility to maintain a safe, healthy, and supportive environment.