From the Principal's Office....
Dear Parents and Students,
We hope your UPHS student is having a productive, safe, and healthy school year. As the Summer Break gets closer, please continue to know that I speak for the entire staff when I say that we are here for your child in every way needed. Please do not hesitate to call or email us with any questions 215-679-5935.
With that in mind, it's Graduation season, and there's tons of information for the Class of 22, their parents and our staff.
Feel free to download and check out these information sheets for all Graduation and end of year information for our Senior Class at UPHS.
Rob Carpenter, Ed.D.
Welcome to Upper Perkiomen High School (UPHS).
It is my pleasure to serve our community as Principal. The UPHS takes great pride in getting our students ready for the “next phase” of their lives. Our official mission is to “focus on 21st Century Teaching and Learning and College and Career Readiness, through collaboration and engagement in a personalized learning environment for authentic connections to fully prepare students for a global society.” I encourage all of our students to get involved within the school community as much as possible and I look forward to observing our students grow into young adults.
1993 Graduate of Moravian College with a BA in Elementary Education and Sociology
1997 Graduate of Lehigh University with a Master’s in Education
2016 Graduate of Immaculata University with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership
Promoted to UPHS Principal in January 2014
UPHS Assistant Principal from 8/2007 to 1/2014
UPMS Assistant Principal from 7/2003-8/2007
Lincoln Middle School in Catasauqua Area School District from 7/2001-6/2003
Learning Support Teacher at Welsh Valley MS in Lower Merion School District from 7/97-6/2001
Emotional Support Teacher at Centennial School of Lehigh University from 9/94-6/97
Children, Robby, Joey, Bella and Luciana, attend UPHS