The Perkiomen Valley School District is one of the area’s premier school districts. We serve nearly 5,900 students in the townships of Collegeville, Lower Frederick, and Perkiomen and the boroughs of Schwenksville, Skippack, and Trappe. The district has a total of seven schools: a high school (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 6-8); and four elementary schools (grades K-5). In addition, we have a partnership with the North Montco Career Technical Center and dual enrollment programs with Ursinus College and Montgomery County Community College.
The Perkiomen Valley School District annual reports highlight the many accomplishments of our students, staff, schools, and school district.
This is our community newsletter. Here you will find information about programs in our schools and other topics that are relevant to the Perkiomen Valley community.
This page offers a listing and links to various community organizations and sports clubs in the Perkiomen Valley.
|District Report Card
As part of the Pennsylvania Accountability System and in compliance with No Child Left Behind, Pennsylvania and all districts and schools within the Commonwealth are required to create Report Cards at the beginning of the school year. Click on the link above for our Report Card which details 2010 information on Achievement, Accountability, Other Indicators, and Highly Qualified Teachers.
| Overview Brochure
This one-page brochure is an introduction to the Perkiomen Valley School District. It is a .pdf document that can easily be printed or downloaded for emailing.
|Map of Schools & Buildings
Here you will find a map and contact information for our seven schools and our district administrative office.
There are so many exciting things happening in the Perkiomen Valley School District. We are very pleased to share some of these events with in the publication called PV Happenings.
The strategic plan provides the school district with a road map for the future. A new strategic plan is developed every six years and is reviewed for revision at mid-point.