Perkiomen doesn't make you who you are, it is the place where you become who you are meant to be.
There's not a mold to fit.
It is a place where your individual defining qualities are cultivated, nurtured, and applied in the right way.
That's what happens there.
Liam Brassington '19
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Serena Diliberto '20 organized Perkiomen's very own mini-THON to raise money for pediatric cancer, and show support for a fellow member of the community who was fighting against cancer.
Drew Steinmetz '19 transferred to Perkiomen School and hit the ground running his senior year, living the motto of Solvitur vivendo, achieving league honors in golf, and graduating with Entrepreneurial Distinction.
Greysen Schlupp ’19 became the first student to graduate with a dual distinction: Entrepreneur and Medical Institutes.
Meet Emma Zhao '19, founder and creator of Perkiomen School's student-run podcast, Cookies & Cupolas.
Perkiomen School created a home for its Entrepreneur Institute in the lower level of its historic and handsome Carnegie Library. In the 1960s the lower level housed classrooms, but for the last 20 years it was used only for storage. As the hub of the Entrepreneur Institute, the Innovation Center was a natural fit for this untapped level of Carnegie Library, gifted to the school by one of America’s most influential businessmen, Andrew Carnegie.
Perkiomen committed to bring the space back to life, with the intent to juxtapose the new innovation space with the traditional learning and library space on the first floor of the building. In 2016, Architect Richard Myers, a specialist in additions to older buildings, was brought on to ensure the exterior character of the 100+ year-old library was maintained, while also creating a grand, forward-looking entryway to the maker space. The addition provided the added benefit of providing an accessible entrance to the library.
Hunter Eschallier '22 works hard on and off the field at Perkiomen School. When he isn't competing with the Panther Football and Track teams, he is in the Innovation Center working on his capstone project.
Students across three Institutes are collaborating on an indoor farming project.
Students enrolled in the Medical Institute had a unique opportunity to learn first-hand alongside neurosurgeons and experience the anatomy of the human spine.
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