About Pittsburgh Perry High School×
|Address||3875 Perrysville Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15214|
|Phone||(412) 529-3400||Fax||(412) 323-3404|
|Magnet||Neighborhood School with Traditional Academy Magnet and CTE Offerings|
|Hours||7:11 AM - 2:16 PM||Number of Students||585|
Mr. Dennis Chakey (412) 529-3400
Dr. Jeffrey Spadafore (412) 529-3400
Ms. Stephanie Turnbull (412) 529-3400
Ms. Gwendolyn Dillard (412) 529-3400
Ms. Carol Horan (412) 529-3400
Ms. Melissa Friez (412) 529-4800
Ms. Carolyn Klug - District 9
Mr. Tom Meeder (412) 529-5126
|ADA Accessible?||Yes||Dress Code||Standard|
Nearby Community Resources×
|Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Woods Run Branch|
|Allegheny Youth Development|
|Neighborhood Learning Alliance|
Executive Director: Stephen MacIsaac
Program Contact: Jessica Jacobs
|Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time (APOST) - United Way of Allegheny County||1250 Penn Avenue, PO Box 735, Pittsburgh, PA 15230||412-456-6876|
Program Description: Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time (APOST) is a partnership of funders, intermediaries and providers dedicated to building a quality OST System that will contribute to the healthy successful development of young people as they progress through their school years, graduate from high school and enter into adulthood.
|Center for Victims||5916 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206||412-482-3240|
Executive Director: Laurie MacDonald
Program Description: Center for Victims is the most comprehensive and inclusive provider of services, advocacy and education for victims of all crimes.
|Mercy Behavioral Health||249 South Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203||1-877-637-2924|
Program Description: The Mission of Mercy Behavioral Health is to empower individuals & families to overcome barriers and to lead healthy and successful lives in the community.
State of the School×
Each of our schools has good news to share and areas for growth on the journey to reach our four District goals of accelerating achievement, eliminating racial disparities, developing a student-focused culture, and becoming a District of first choice. We know that success is more than what can just be measured by a single test score from a state assessment. Schools are complex places that must be understood through multiple lenses. Below are key data points that show how Pittsburgh Perry High School is doing in specific areas that align to our District goals. As you review the data, keep the following summary of good news and possible areas for growth in mind as you develop your own questions about how this school is performing, and think about how you can partner with us to accelerate the achievement of all students in this school. For more information, please see our glossary.
In 2013 the Pennsylvania Department of Education released the first School Performance Profiles (SPP) for all public schools in the state. The SPP is a new state measurement system that grades every public, charter, cyber charter school and technology center on a 100-point scale. Access to the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile for each school is available at paschoolperformance.org. Click here for School Performance Profiles for all of our schools.
Teaching and Learning Conditions Survey×
|Reponse Rate||Trend||Favorable Responses|
Tripod Student Survey×
|Bottom Third||No Change|
School Value Added Measure×
|All-Test Composite||24||Below Average|
|Percentage||Trend||High Schools Avg|