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Perrysburg, OH
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13385 Roachton Rd
Perrysburg, OH 43551

(419) 874-3181
(419) 872-8813
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September 06, 2015
One of the best schools i have seen for my children's. we moved from Nj to maryland and Perrysburg. Perrysburg high school boasts "BLUE RIBBON status". They have everything to serve needs of your children's Potential. staff and Teachers are very involved and indeed care for the Career Goals of your childrens. Be it a Music sports,academy or extracurricular activities OR AP classes or college Credit courses they offer everything. We are truly blessed. Our Property tax money are well spent. You certainly get for what you pay for Property taxes.

- submitted by a parent

June 12, 2015
aside from their constant ideas of creating electronic learning, it was A good school. They dole out laptops to all of the incoming classes and think it will improve their learning. I will say, watching my younger classman, they seem to hate school more now than i ever did.

- submitted by a community member

November 16, 2014
Perrysburg is one of the most swaggiest schools of all time. It taught me where I was and wanted to be as a student and a human. This school will continue to give off positive feedback! lets not forget that we got a blue ribbon award. I am so proud to say that I was once a jacket. If you send your child here, you will only regret on why you didn't send your child here in the first place. Once a jacket, always a jacket!

- submitted by a student

June 11, 2014
I graduated a few years ago, but can offer a perspective looking back on my time there. After attending a private institution on the East Coast and now at another top private institution for graduate school in my chosen field of business, I can state that, after going to high school at Perrysburg, the majority of higher education classes are mostly review and thus banal; high school was my last challenge. I maintain I was more prepared for college than several of my peers from states with better education systems like Massachusetts and New York. They frequently struggled with both foreign languages and mathematics, in particular. I had some outstanding teachers in both departments and exceptional teachers in the history department. Thankfully the plethora of fantastic teachers far outnumbers the less-than-stellar ones. One recommendation to parents or students who want to create a more personalized education plan is to keep pushing the office in the high school. Eventually the bureaucracy caves and you'll be better off for it.

- submitted by a student

January 07, 2014
I do have to say that the education is excellent but education isn't the only thing involved at a great school. My friends and I question and often hate to go to this school because of the constant harassment we get everyday. Now we are the kids in robotics and speech and debate and the athletes in football and soccer tease us because we don't have a good athletic prowess. And the kids don't support us and neither does the school. Try focus on the sports even though they stink, and where did the top guy in speech and debate finish 7th in the state. So when you think about it what is more important education and athletics or if a kid is struggling and I losing his education because of the constant fear he faces everyday

- submitted by a student

November 25, 2013
Even though I only attended Perrysburg High School my freshman and sophomore years, I felt like I belonged. All of the students were involved in some way or another. Teachers not only taught class lessons, but life lessons. Lunches were amazing, especially the build your own sandwich that came with your choice of soup and a fruit dish, and I usually chose chocolate milk or a small water bottle as my drink. I love eating healthy, and eating healthy made me feel great. The school that I moved to had horrific food quality and made me sick. It was one of the things I missed most! The summer gym program was so fun that I wanted to retake it even though I had completed all of my gym credits. I LOVED my orchestra class. The students actually respected the teacher and tried to sound great (unlike the school that I moved to.) My teachers felt like friends, they want to help you succeed. I would definitely recommend this school to everyone! (Advice to future high school students... get involved! Don't be shy.)

- submitted by a student

August 24, 2013
It is a good year to start off of continued high school and to meet new challenges exceeding to be "ensuring students achieve their greatest potential" except mean people who do not like me.

- submitted by a student

October 22, 2012
My son graduated from this school and now attends the college of his choice. He consistently states how well prepared he was for college due to the academic programs at Perrysburg High School. There are tons of extracurricular programs and the music program is the best around!

- submitted by a parent

February 20, 2012
I would like to say that Perrysburg High School is an Excellent school to go to I loved all my teacher and enjoyed every game and every year I spent this school has helped me in so many way my teachers stayed on me and pushed me every year . I love being known as a Perrysburg Yellow Jacket

- submitted by a student

June 20, 2011
Its like a prison....kids are bullied, smoking, doing drugs. I dont feel safe and the teacher dont care....

- submitted by a student

September 16, 2010
My child has flourished in the awesome Perrysburg school system, and I expect him to do very well in college and in life, when he graduates next year. The teachers, administrators, and the parents are involved, dedicated and always pushing the students to reach for the top. Property taxes are high in Perrysburg, but to me and for our child, it is WELL worth it. According to the State of Ohio's School District Report Card for this past year, they are ranked first of all schools in Wood County, second of all schools in this Region, and in the top 15% of all schools in the State. I would highly recommend this school district to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
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September 16, 2009
Not only did Perrysburg High School help educate my older son for college (he got in to the college of his choice) but they also do everything they can to make Perrysburg High School an outstanding educating facility! They are worth every penny we pay in taxes!!

- submitted by a parent

February 22, 2008
Amazing School! I feel like I am there when my son comes home and tells me about his day

- submitted by a parent

January 26, 2005
Perrysburg High School, is a wonderful school. The academic and music programs are only the best in the state, and I know for a fact that the music program is one of the finest in the country. My son has done so well at Perrysburg, and I would without a doubt, recommend this school for anyone.

- submitted by a parent
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Perrysburg High School
13385 Roachton Rd, Perrysburg, OH  43551
(419) 874-3181
Last modified Perrysburg High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Perrysburg High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 24 reviews. Top