Monday, Dec. 9, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Penn High School
Incoming Freshmen (Current Eighth Graders)
6:00 p.m. - Welcome Session, Center For Performing Arts (CPA)
Please enter at Door C
Current Freshmen, Sophomores, & Juniors
You do not need to attend the Welcome Session. Enter at Door C, pick up a map, and start your tour with either the Live Classrooms, or visit the Academy Booths in the Cafeteria
Penn High School is filled with so many opportunities the choices can be overwhelming. We want to help match the right opportunities with your student's goals. The administration and staff of Penn High School extend a welcome to you and your student to attend the upcoming Penn Showcase which will allow you to investigate the many opportunities available. This Showcase night is for all students who will be attending Penn during the 2020-21 school year to come tour and learn more about Penn High School. This is a great time to speak to teachers and current students about course options. Some classes will be available to see live in action!
Elective Areas To Tour (Live Classrooms):
- Visual Art
- Family and Consumer Science
- World Languages
- Performing Arts
- Health & Wellness
Besides the Live Classrooms, students and parents are encouraged to visit the Academy booths, which will be set up in the Cafeteria, to gain information into the academy structure at Penn High School. Teachers representing both academy and elective classes will be available to answer questions and provide information. We will also have representatives of the Early College Academy, Exceptional Education and the Elkhart Career Center.
Penn High School Clubs and activities will be featured in the Commons area inside of Door A.
Penn Guidance Counselors will be on hand as well to answer questions and meet with students and families.
Your involvement in your child’s education is vital to making the Penn experience a positive one. We value your participation in decisions related to planning your child’s class schedule.
A collaborative effort between parents, students, teachers, and counselors is essential to student success and is the model of P-H-M’s “Triangle of Success!”