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Penn High School's Main Office is open over the summer. The hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Information was recently mailed home to students who have signed up for summer school courses. For students signed up for a teacher taught class, please click here for more information. For students signed up for an online class, please click here for more information and instructions. Essay portions of the Online Lessons are not required for any subject.
Click here for the 2014-2015 Program of Studies.
Informational letters regarding Penn High School's Digital Initiative, in which all Penn students will receive Chromebooks for the 2014-2015 school year, were sent home to students at the end of April. It is mandatory that each student and parent/guardian complete the forms included in the letter (and linked below) and return to Penn High School's Main Office. These forms must be completed before the student will receive his/her Chromebook in August.
Please click here for a list of frequently asked questions and answers regarding this process.
The 1997 Penn High School Indiana State Champion football team will be honored at the Penn vs Clay homecoming game on September 19, 2014. Coaches, cheerleaders, managers, athletic trainers and team members of the 1997 team are invited.
Summer School Session I will start on Monday, June 9 and run through Friday, June 27. Classes are offered from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
Summer School Session II will start on Monday, July 7 and run through Friday, July 25. Classes are offered from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
The Penn High School Classof 2014 has been awarded over $9 million in scholarships so far and the list of awards keeps growing. Seniors were honored at a ceremony on May 19. Here is a link to a list of seniors and their awards.
The greatest academic coach in the history of Penn High School and quite possibly in the state has been named 2014 Penn-Harris-Madison Teacher of the Year. Penn English teacher and academic coach Peter DeKever has 13 state championships as Spell Bowl Coach and 12 state championships as Academic Super Bowl Social Studies coach.
Penn High School has been rated an A school by the Indiana Department of Education. the letter grades are calculated based on student performance on End of Course Assessments, student improvement, the graduation rate and college and career readiness. Here's a flyer that explains the A-F accountability system in more detail. The Indiana Department of Education COMPASS website has more information about Penn High School.
Plans are being finalized as class members prepare for reunions in 2014. Remember, it is up to each class to plan your own reunion. If nothing is being planned, why not think about starting your own committee?