The Perry Local School District, located approximately 30 minutes east of Cleveland, serves approximately 1,800 students from Perry Village, Perry Township and North Perry Village. The 100-plus acre campus, containing connected academic buildings configured for grades K-4, 5-8 and 9-12, as well as the Pirate Athletic Center
, is the result of innovative thinking, progressive design and a vision of creating an environment where children and adults can share in the joy of lifelong learning and recreation.
The mission of the Perry Local Schools is to inspire students to achieve excellence, pursue world class standards, and be self-directed, lifelong learners.
Perry has a school district Quality Profile
that exemplifies high standards and personalized learning for students. The future is bright for Perry students. Perry has received recognitions, including Innovative Learning Network (ILN), 21st Century Community Learning Center federal grants at every school, Carole M. White (PEP) physical education federal grant for world class fitness facilities, one of seven Ohio public schools to receive state approval of alternative accountability system of assessments due to innovative instruction, Lake County Teacher of the Year 2010 and 2015, and Lake County Administrator of the Year 2015. National Board Certified teachers and other accomplished teachers set the high standard for teaching excellence at Perry.