Perry Service Learning (PSL) is an elective for seniors at Perry High School that combines English and social studies curricula with volunteer opportunities to promote social involvement through education and service.
A Little Bit of Laughter
PSL volunteers Ashtin Chorba '20 and Dylan Oberlin '20 are making a difference - and making folks laugh - as they serve at the Madison Senior Center. From playing pool with clients, to decorating for Halloween, these volunteers are building relationships that connect seniors in high school and senior citizens in our community.
Learning and Serving
PSL student Emily Neuhofs '20 traveled with six of her classmates to Cincinnati this fall to serve in an urban soup kitchen and after school program. She and her classmates also attended the Service Learning Workshop at the University of Cincinnati in an effort to bring back new ideas for service projects she hopes to implement this year. In addition to the time she invested during this trip, Emily also volunteers weekly at TriPoint Medical Center.
PSL Alumni...We want to hear from you!
If you are a graduate of Perry High School who participated in the PSL program, we'd like to hear from you. Please complete this form and we'll share your news on this web page. Let us know how you've continued to serve others and work for justice since your days as a Pirate.
Power Pack Program Recognized by News 5 Cleveland
The Pirate Power Pack Program, led by volunteers Ella Fearing '20, Alex Perez '20, and Katie Pietrzak '20, was recognized by News 5 Cleveland for their efforts to address childhood hunger. See the video and read the full story HERE.
Poverty Simulation at
PSL and CWRU to Co-Host