Perkiomen Valley School District Annual Report 2016-17 Annual Report 2016-17 | Page 7

Indicators of Academic Achievement PVHS 8th in County for School Performance Profile Score Perkiomen Valley High School was once again among the highest scoring schools on the School Performance Profile. As you can see from the chart, the district had the second highest score of surrounding districts, and when compared to school districts across the county, PV had the eighth highest score. Perkiomen Valley High School students perform well while they are in school and are also moving on to bright futures, as shown by the Class of 2017 survey that was administered in 2016-17. Approximately 92 percent of our graduates are going on to some type of post-secondary education. PV Surrounding Districts Overall, my experience at the high school was memorable and I know I will miss Perkiomen Valley. I was encouraged from every end to push myself, because of which I learned just how much I was capable of. Taking what I have learned in high school, I will continue to challenge myself in the future. - Senior Student, Class of 2017 Where Did 2017 PVHS Graduates Go to College? PA Private Universities - 70 Out-of-State Universities - 108 Community College - 54 State-Related/Commonwealth Universities (ex.: Penn State/Pitt) - 75 PA State Universities (ex.: Bloomsburg, Kutztown, West Chester) - 66 2-Year College/Technical Training 4.6% 4-Year College 72.2% 2-Year College Then Transfer 15.6% Other 2.3% Job 3.2% Military 2.1% PVSD Annual Report 2016-17 * 7