Perkiomen Valley School District Annual Report 2016-17 Annual Report 2016-17 | Page 3

Student Achievement • • • • District was ranked 35th out of 572 in the state by, a website that serves as a search-and-comparison tool for parents making educational decisions District was ranked 36th in the state and received an A rating on, a web- site that compiles reviews, rankings and other information about K-12 districts Perkiomen Valley High School was ranked 9th in the state and 882nd in the nation in the Washington Post’s “Most Challenging High Schools” report Perkiomen Valley High School was ranked 17th in the state and 777th in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best High Schools” list Food Services • 43,376 breakfasts and 332,638 lunches served in 2016-17 Municipalities Served Perkiomen Valley Middle School West Schwenksville Elementary School Perkiomen Valley Middle School East Evergreen Elementary School Sk ippack Elementary School Perkiomen Valley High School South Elementary School Learning Opportunities • • • 21 Advanced Placement courses, dual enrollment, Virtual High School, online instruction, and Project Lead the Way (pre-engineering curriculum) North Montco Technical Career Center Ursinus College partnership Graduation Rate • • • 4 elementary schools (Gr. K-5) • Evergreen Elementary School (550) • Schwenksville Elementary School (533) • Skippack Elementary School (702) • South Elementary School (600) • 2 middle schools (Gr. 6-8) • Perkiomen Valley Middle School East (752) • Perkiomen Valley Middle School West (613) 1 high school (Gr. 9-12) and send students to 1 technical school • Perkiomen Valley High School (1,816) • North Montco Technical Career Center (185) 1.1 million square feet of buildings, almost 250 acres of school district property, and 24 sports fields of various sizes are maintained for many different school-based activities 2016-17 operating budget totaled approximately $100 million Cost per student is among the most efficient in Montgomery County District maintains an AA bond rating from Standard and Poor’s, a rating that reinforces PV’s financial stability with bond issuers and eliminates the need for additional insurance • Total number of students: 5,566* • Total number of employees: 710.5 • $434,732 generated in revenues through the Community Education program in 2016-17 5,244 student devices (916 desktops, 460 laptops, 568 iPads, 396 net- books, 2,874 Chromebooks, 30 Cloudbooks) Transportation • Facilities • Technology • Collegeville Borough Lower Frederick Township Perkiomen Township Schwenksville Borough Skippack Township Trappe Borough Area: 30 square miles Population: Approx. 37,677 residents Number of households: 12,500 95.95 percent of PV seniors graduated within four years 92.4 percent of 2017 graduates attended some type of post-secondary educational institution Budget • • • • • • • • • • • • • 1,402,957 miles traveled by PV buses during the 2016-17 school year to deliver 6,246 children to seven PV schools and 55 non-public schools Student Enrollment Employees • Community Education Supporting Organizations • • • • Home and School Associations donated approximately $79,233 to schools Booster Clubs support our extra-curricular activities Perkiomen Valley School District Foundation provided $57,818 in grants to support student learning in 2016-17 Student Loan Association provided $84,800 in college loans in 2016-17 Academically, my experience here at Perkiomen Valley High School was great. Amazing teachers which such diverse personalities and great backgrounds in educational careers. They show their dedication through their brilliant teaching skills and have showed me that they are willing to work with me if I ever find myself struggling. I have been taught to work inde- pendently and rely on my own mind which has built my confidence that goes into my academic performance. - Senior Student, Class of 2017 * All enrollment figures are from October 2016 PVSD Annual Report 2016-17 * 3