More than 700 seniors earned their diplomas in Perry's largest, and most touching, graduation ceremony on May 24 in front of a standing-room only crowd at John Wrenn Stadium.
The event was full of several touching moments:
A military tribute from the school's junior ROTC, choir and orchestra, which... READ MORE »»
Graduates throw their caps to conclude graduation 2016.
Mazyne Smith, Nicholas Ashcroft, Izzy Rozansky, and Trevor Standage cover some of everything in this first edition podcast. There is the pressing issue of the transgender bathrooms, spoken about by co-host Ashcroft, Sculpture I's "Giving Tree" assignments, covered by staff reporter Standage, and in line... READ MORE »»
This podcast discusses Perry's big wins of this year, Perry DECA's journey to nationals, the final dance concert of the year, and Choir's journey to Heritage Festival. DECA worked very hard to keep all their ducks in a line and ensure their spot in Nationals. The dance concert once again put on another... READ MORE »»
Perry Dance Concert. May 12, 2016. Photo by Elizabeth Jocque.
Our sports writers have collaborated to select the best players from each sport on campus. While no team sport is won or lost based on any individual, “Perry’s Best” highlights student-athletes who were not only great at their sport, but also on campus and in the classroom.
Colton... READ MORE »»
Two F1 in Schools teams for the 5th hour robotics class flew to Detroit, Mich. on Thurs. May 12. The two teams, Seismic Racing and the Four Horsemen, placed 13th and 16th in the nation, respectively.
May 13, teams from both the U.S. and Canada convened at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn,... READ MORE »»
With the school year ending, most seniors are either planning for college or shifting job schedules from part-time to full-time. Through all this madness of graduation, the majority of people overlook the few brave students who will be leaving Perry, their family, and their friends to serve our country. ... READ MORE »»
Taylor McLeod is being recognized for enlisting in the Military
All good things must come to an end. Whether it is a high school sport or a really great newspaper column, everything has an impending end. Typically, saying goodbye to these things can be rather glum. With the end of the year just around the corner, seniors are probably saying tearful g... READ MORE »»
It is Friday morning and senior Dakota Mell is running late. By this point in the year, Mell is no longer bothered by receiving tardies and decides to go straight to his first period. Passless, he arrives to his Government class carrying his backpack in one hand, and his dog in the other.
In an att... READ MORE »»
Senior Dakota Mell's dog, Ivy, in his car before he went into school.