• Current Events
Paige Iacobacci

COVID-19 brought forth many challenges to the way our school has had to operate this year. From changes in the lunch line and a lack of sports competitions to a completely new everyday class schedule, almost everything needed to be altered this year to keep everyone safe. Many schools decided to stay virtual, but the staff at Perkiomen concluded that staying in school was the best option; however, tackling the plans for the year was no easy feat.

Read More about How the Perkiomen Task Force Has Tackled the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Entertainment
Ben Vanelli

In this article by The Perkiomenite’s senior editor and avid film fan, Ben Vanelli, readers can hear about some movies reviewed by Ben himself to watch in their free time this month. Check back for a new monthly list of recommendations! 

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  • Clubs & Activities
Garrett McKenzie

In this article, written by Garrett McKenzie ‘24, readers learn about the history of the Perkiomen school newspaper, the Perkiomenite. They can also learn how to join the club and get started with reporting on world and school news!

Read More about Newspaper Comeback



The mission of The Perkiomenite is to build community by highlighting events and topics that are timely to Perkiomen School. It seeks to spread information that will enhance the experience of school stakeholders including students, faculty, parents, and alumni. The members of The Perkiomenite welcome the expression of diversity and seek to increase the scope of coverage in order to heighten global awareness throughout the school community. 


Newspaper Staff:
Senior Editor - Ben Vanelli '21
Assistant Editor - Ella Laski '23
Sasha Tymchyshyna ‘21
Brandon Legris ’22
Aureja Frolovaite ‘22
Franziska Raupp ‘23
Cheyenne McCloud '23
Teagan Nayak ‘23
Carley Smith '23
Shaelin Leach ’24
Garrett McKenzie '24
Ty Gordon '24
Sherry Hsieh '24
Paige Iacobacci ‘24
Bobby Jerez '26
Jane Manion '26

Perkiomen School values the spectrum of views and opinions held throughout the community and strives to support students in learning to articulate their ideas. Articles are written with the intention of reporting facts. However, when opinions are expressed, these are reflective of the individual student and are not meant to reflect the official policy or position of Perkiomen School. Inquiries related to the content may be directed to the newspaper faculty advisors, Mr. Justin Sell (jsell@perkiomen.org) and Ms. Jessica Maley (jmaley@perkiomen.org).