Community Education


Mission: It is the mission of the Perkiomen Valley Community Education Program to encourage parent and community involvement in public education, to promote activities that address community needs, and to facilitate the use of district facilities for the greater good of the community.

Registration for Spring/Summer 2022 Classes is Open!

We are excited to offer classes, workshops, and camps for children and adults that serve a wide variety of interests. Registration is now open for the Spring/Summer 2022 session. To browse our programs, and to register online, please visit our Community Education webstore.  Space is limited and some programs fill quickly, so don’t delay in registering!

Spring Swim Lessons Coming Soon

Swim lesson registration opens March 7, 2022. We are pleased to offer parent/child lessons, group and private lessons, and competitive diving instruction. Please visit the Community Education webstore for details.  

Masking Update

Beginning February 8, 2022, as per phase 1 of PVSD’s Health & Safety Transition Plan v3, masks are strongly recommended for all indoor after-school activities held in PVSD buildings, including Community Education classes. Masks continue to be optional when outdoors.





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Family Swim Returns Friday, October 15, 2021!

Family swim will be held on Friday evenings from 7:00-9:00 PM Feb 18 – May 20, 2022 at the PV High School pool.  Participants can pay via cash or check at the door:  Adults – $10,  Children – $7, and Family  – $25.  Participants must reside in the same household to qualify for the family rate. Pre-registration is not required.

Please note that Family Swim will not be held on the following dates: Nov. 19 & 26; Dec. 17, 24, & 31; Jan. 7, Feb. 11 & April 15.

 Registration Information

Registrations will be accepted in the order in which they are received. Payment must accompany registration.

Classes will only be offered with sufficient enrollment. Please see our refund policy below. 

If schools are closed or have an early dismissal due to inclement weather, all on-site Community Education classes are canceled. If schools are open, but weather conditions worsen throughout the day, please visit, or check local TV and radio stations for our number – 317.

Classes will take place on teacher in-service days, but not holidays when both schools and offices are closed.

Refund Policy

Class fees are refundable at no charge if a Community Ed class is canceled by us, or if a participant must cancel due to illness or other disability. 

There is a $10 cancellation fee deducted from refunds that are requested for any other reason.

The Community Ed participant may opt for a class credit if they do not want to pay the cancellation fee. 

Refunds or credits will not be issued for forgotten classes.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available – click here for a form that can be printed, completed and emailed to