A Guided Tour of Perkiomen School

2009 Perkiomen School alumnus J.J. takes viewers on a campus tour while sharing his school experiences and insights.

Two themes run throughout J.J.’s tour:

  1. The opportunity to try and experience new things
  2. Strong relationships- students-to-faculty and student-to-student

Perkiomen seems to have a place for both the novice and the experienced student in all parts of the school.

Whether on the athletic field/court with three teams in each sport, or, on the stage during one of the three annual productions, or, as a musician in a small chamber ensemble, there’s a place for every student who wants to be involved. Academically, J.J. highlights the ways that small classes provide personal attention and the opportunity to ask questions.

J.J., of course hits the physical plant highlights- Chapel in Kriebel Hall, classroom technology, Roberts Hall- Student Center, and Kehns Hall (fine and performing arts). But his comments always find their way back to relationships and opportunities.

J.J. found that Perkiomen prepared him well for college through a rich, larger experience featuring challenging academics, personal relationships, and a high level of involvement.

Brian Fisher

A product of both private and public education, Brian Fisher served as a teacher, coach, dorm parent, and administrator at three different boarding schools. Brian also fills the role of Director of Development at Wolfeboro, The Summer Boarding School, in NH along with being a partner at AdmissionsQuest.

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