The Precedent

State final 2018-2019 results

Nadine Loureiro and Anna Myers

December 3, 2018

Fans waited anxiously at the gates of the ASU sun devils stadium on December 1st to witness the rematch championship game between rival football teams, the Chandler wolves and the Perry pumas. The stadium grew crowded in mere minutes, filled with anxious students, parents, and faculty members, gathered...

Rules and regulations for championship game

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2018

Thinking about bringing a backpack or water bottle to the Perry championship game? Well think again, because the rules and regulations at the Sun Devil Stadium are becoming more intense to help ensure the safety of their fans. The upcoming Perry vs. Chandler championship game takes place at ASU Sun D...

On-campus graduation moved to ASU for 2018

On-campus graduation moved to ASU for 2018

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2017

After eight years of holding graduation in its own backyard, administration announced earlier this month that for the first time in school history, spring commencement will be an off-campus event. The 2018 senior class will graduate at Wells Fargo Arena on the campus of Arizona State University on...

STEM students benefit from participating in the program

STEM students benefit from participating in the program

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

September 1, 2017

There are many different levels of education a student can experience here at Perry. There is an Honors program, an Advanced Placement program, an On-Level program, and the famous Science Technology Engineering and Math program (STEM). In STEM there are two options a student can choose: Diploma, which mea...

ASU helps to produce success in the classroom

ASU helps to produce success in the classroom

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2016

Through the Arizona State University (ASU) program called the Science and Engineering Experience (SCENE), students have the capability to win national awards and get hands-on experience with engineering fields while they are still in high school. The Honors Science Research class, which is offered as 6th...

Marching Band continues hard work

Asher Laufenburger, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2016

Marching band has been very busy within the past month or so, with both in and out of state competitions.. Although they haven’t placed in the highest rankings, junior Justin Kang said that as long as they “keep [their] energy up and focus” they should be able to get back up in the top rankings....

Keep it at home

Keep it at home

Molly Ogden, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2016

It has been 13 years. Thirteen long years of first-day-of-school jitters, new backpacks, first crushes, homework, dances, sports -- the list goes on and on. All these events lead up to pinnacle of our schooling experience: high school graduation. Many students spend countless hours daydreaming about...

Bear Down with talent at U of A

Jordan Williams, Photo editor

May 19, 2015

Sun Devils? Lumberjacks? You meant, Wildcats! Beardown! While every student dreams of an ivy league school, University of Arizona is the closest Arizona has to a genuine school. Between the three most popular in-state universities, UA is clearly the best option for college. Let’s begin with the...

Four players sign to D1 schools

Four players sign to D1 schools

Ryan Zolin and Emma Fernandez

November 18, 2014

For the first time in Perry’s history, four players from the same sport have signed early with a D1 college. Austin Bull is the only Perry baseball player to be a starter at the varsity level for all four years. “He’s a one of a kind player that you don’t find often,” Shane Hilstrom, varsity...

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