A Message from the Alumni Association
Dear Penn High School Alumni,
The Penn High School Alumni Association extends greetings to all students who have been part of the tradition of excellence that Penn High School has become known for locally, as well as nationally. Thank you for taking this opportunity to reconnect with old friends and to make new ones. The Penn High School Alumni web site was developed to assist you in renewing those old friendships, planning for class reunions, and keeping in touch with your fellow classmates.
The mission of the Penn High School Association is to provide information, scholarships, and funding, and to instill a sense of heritage and pride in the finest school in the state of Indiana. Formed in 1995, the Alumni Association became a part of the P-H-M Education Foundation in 2014 to provide additional support to alumni. The Alumni Associations offers numerous opportunities for local and distant alumni for active members who take pride in their exceptional education.
Donations through the Alumni Association will support scholarships for a graduating senior and Penn High School classroom grants. Consider supporting the Alumni Association through a direct donation, class reunion gift or honoring a fellow classmate. Another lasting opportunity to support excellence in education is through a 12-year naming rights of a classroom honoring a past or current staff member. All of these are tremendous and impactful ways to further the educational experience at Penn High School.
For more information on the Penn High School Alumni Association, please visit our web site at pennhighalumni.org or contact us at: Penn High School Alumni Association, 55900 Bittersweet Road, Mishawaka, IN 46545; and phone at (574) 254-2893. We look forward to hearing from you.
Mari Linn M. Wise
P-H-M Education Foundation
Quick Penn High School Facts
2018-19 enrollment: 3,751
Mr. Sean Galiher, Principal
Teachers & Staff: approximately 300
Start time: 8:25 a.m. Dismissal: 3:17 p.m.
School colors: Black and Gold
Mascot/nickname: The Kingsmen
Extensively renovated: 1996
Building size: 581,621 sq. ft.
Class structure: Four-Block schedule in every-other-day rotation
School year: 180 day traditional calendar (Aug-June)