Wow! This school and its' teachers are AMAZING! I have an honors student in this school and they are constantly challenging him. They also have a very strong arts program Marching Band Chorus Drama and art. The arts are very important to me and my family. I am so happy we decided on Perquimans County Schools for our children. Thank you teachers for all you do!
Perquimans County High is a public high school in Hertford. The principal of Perquimans County High is Mrs Chante Jordan, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 502 students go to Perquimans County High and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 52% of the 502 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Perquimans County High is 13:1. John A Holmes High is one of the nearest high schools.
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This school is pretty good. The teachers are great.
The school has good teachers that care. Many technological upgrades have been installed with more on the way. Outstanding band department (my daughter is involved in the music program). Excellent opporunities for the students to better themselves in and out of the classroom. No matter how good parental involvment may there can never be too much. Overall one of the best schools in NC.
The teachers strive to do their best. And were great. The academics mucsic arts and sports for this school were wonderful.. I was in the marching band and loved every secound of it. I think they could had worked on parent involvement a little more. but as iv said b4 the teachers were great.
This is the best school in the history of North Carolina because we have academic achievement. PQ also have been named School of Progress. Also we have the best and qualified administrators.
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