We love #Selfies! Pennridge High School students tag Instagram to new heights at their 2015 Mini-THON #FTK

School spirit warms a school, makes everyone smile and brings people together. It makes them feel that they are part of something greater than themselves.

Pennridge High School. Perkasie, PA

Pennridge High School. Perkasie, PA

Pennridge High School plays "hungry, hungry hippos" with balloons and laundry bins! How creative #FTK

Pennridge High School plays "hungry, hungry hippos" with balloons and laundry bins! How creative Blake Dummerth

Nothing says Mini-THON like a little healthy competition between the grades! Way to go Pennridge High School!

Nothing says Mini-THON like a little healthy competition between the grades! Way to go Pennridge High School!

Allyson Megan Long, left, David Pearson Zurmuhl and You Joon Shin show their excitement during Pennridge High School’s graduation ceremony in Stabler Arena on the campus of Lehigh University Tuesday, June 18. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Allyson Megan Long, left, David Pearson Zurmuhl and You Joon Shin show their excitement during Pennridge High School’s graduation ceremony in Stabler Arena on the campus of Lehigh University Tuesday, June 18. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Pennridge High School seniors Max Susson with Kirsten Pearce, whose dad has diabetes, created a chalk art banner about diabetes. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Pennridge High School seniors Max Susson with Kirsten Pearce, whose dad has diabetes, created a chalk art banner about diabetes. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Approximately 100 Pennridge High School students created artwork on the sidewalks of the high school in honor of Sidewalk Chalk Day Thursday, April 25. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Approximately 100 Pennridge High School students created artwork on the sidewalks of the high school in honor of Sidewalk Chalk Day Thursday, April News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

A student artist leaves a rendering of the Pennridge Ram outside Pennridge High School. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

A student artist leaves a rendering of the Pennridge Ram outside Pennridge High School. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Pennridge High School students decorate the sidewalk outside the school as they celebrate Sidewalk Chalk Day Thursday, April 25. News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Pennridge High School students decorate the sidewalk outside the school as they celebrate Sidewalk Chalk Day Thursday, April News-Herald photo — DEBBY HIGH

Pennridge High School Marching Band Performing At William Tennent H.S. Celebration Of Bands 10/20/12

Pennridge High School Marching Band Performing At William Tennent H. Celebration Of Bands

Pennridge High School Marching Rams at William Tennent Competition 10/19/13

Pennridge High School Marching Rams at William Tennent Competition

Pennridge High School students present the proceeds from the school’s annual “Pink Out” to Grand View Hospital. Pictured are, from left, Noah Lare, student council member; Joe Firuta, student council member and event coordinator; Kim Oates, mammography coordinator at Grand View Hospital; Kathy Burkey, chief nursing officer and vice president of patient services; and Evan Kerr, student council member. Pennridge High School students raised $3,412.25. Photo courtesy of Grand View Hospital

Pennridge High School students present the proceeds from the school’s annual “Pink Out” to Grand View Hospital. Pictured are, from left, Noah Lare, student council member; Joe Firuta, student council member and event coordinator; Kim Oates, mammography coordinator at Grand View Hospital; Kathy Burkey, chief nursing officer and vice president of patient services; and Evan Kerr, student council member. Pennridge High School students raised $3,412.25. Photo courtesy of Grand View Hospital

Gabe Tironi, second-place winner and a fifth-grader from J.M. Grasse Elementary School in Sellersville; Anna Tran, overall winner and an eighth-grade student at Strayer Middle School in Quakertown; and Gavin Kuebler, third-place winner and a fifth-grader from Sellersville Elementary School in Sellersville, hold their trophies following the Bucks County Spelling Bee. The bee was held at Pennridge High School March 29. Photo courtesy of the Star Group

Gabe Tironi, second-place winner and a fifth-grader from J.M. Grasse Elementary School in Sellersville; Anna Tran, overall winner and an eighth-grade student at Strayer Middle School in Quakertown; and Gavin Kuebler, third-place winner and a fifth-grader from Sellersville Elementary School in Sellersville, hold their trophies following the Bucks County Spelling Bee. The bee was held at Pennridge High School March 29. Photo courtesy of the Star Group

Recent Pennridge High School graduates Arianna Kendra, left, and Kendra Kramer receive the Heather Rogers Memorial Scholarship. The award was started by Rogers’ parents after she was killed in a car crash in December 2001. The recipients are selected for the spirit and joy they exhibit in academics, extracurricular and community activities.

Recent Pennridge High School graduates Arianna Kendra, left, and Kendra Kramer receive the Heather Rogers Memorial Scholarship. The award was started by Rogers’ parents after she was killed in a car crash in December 2001. The recipients are selected for the spirit and joy they exhibit in academics, extracurricular and community activities.

The Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club named Pennridge High School seniors Sarah Fetter and Uddampreet Arora as its Student of the Month for September and October, respectively. From left: Neil Fosbenner, of the Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club, Sarah Fetter, Uddampreet Arora and Paul Lorenz, president of the Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club.

The Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club named Pennridge High School seniors Sarah Fetter and Uddampreet Arora as its Student of the Month for September and October, respectively. From left: Neil Fosbenner, of the Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club, Sarah Fetter, Uddampreet Arora and Paul Lorenz, president of the Pennridge-Perkasie Rotary Club.

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