Perkiomen Valley School District is a top rated, public school district located in Collegeville, PA. It has 5,569 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
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Perkiomen Valley School District Reviews
I have 3 children who attend the Perkiomen Valley Schools ranging from 3rd to 11th grade. Our overall experience has been fantastic. The teachers have been phenomenal (and this is coming from a teacher in another district), administration is always supportive and administrators seem to know every single child in their respective bldgs, academics are top notch, and the opportunity to participate in activities is second to none. The district even offers coding as a language as well as Mandarin, starting in middle school. My kids love their schools and their teachers. The early interventions at Skippack Elementary have been superb, catching issues and remedying then before they became an actual problem. I cannot stress enough how amazing our experience has been in this district!
The most extraordinary thing about PV is the sense of spirit and pride shared by everybody here. Artists decorate the halls with murals, our massive student section brings energy to every football game, our fantastic music programs compete in state and national competitions, new clubs and organizations are started by passionate students (Bowling Club and MiniTHON were started up by friends of mine last year,) and the Link Crew puts all of their effort into welcoming new freshmen to the school. We're all part of a diverse community of hard-workers who make the school better every year, and I'll be sad to leave it next year.
The best thing about Perkiomen Valley is the incredible schoolwide commitment to inclusion and the focus on the students. I have never had to question whether or not there was someone there to support me and be a shoulder to lean on whether its someone who is a teacher, peer, or administrator. This has greatly helped me in succeeding in High School and has sparked a fire in me to be a support system for others. With support, success is much easier to achieve, and Perkiomen Valley has proven that to me.