Academic Planning, Programming and Scheduling
Upper Perkiomen High School is committed to preparing graduates for life after high school – “Commencement is the beginning . . .” Many of our graduates further their education by pursuing a post-secondary education at two and four year colleges and universities. Others enter military service, trade or technical schools or the work force, maybe even with certifications they have received from Western Center programs. Recognizing that the majority of our graduates will seek further education and/or training of some kind, we recommend that students develop their High School Plan around a sequence of courses that will maximize the potential to pursue rigorous and challenging post-secondary education opportunities. This plan can begin in 9th or 10th grade with specialized classes but most students focus in on a career path in 11th grade.