Class of 2017 Stats

Our 2017 class is one among many that have gone far and wide since graduation. See below for the institutions our students attended.

2017 ACT average scores of Perpich students

English: 23.0
Mathematics: 22
Reading: 26.0
Science: 23.0


One National Merit semi-finalist

Colleges, universities and conservatories of the class of 2016
American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CA
Angel Academy of Art, Italy
Arizona State University
Augsburg College, MN
Chapman University, CA
Coe College, IA
Columbia College Chicago, IL 
Concordia University, MN
Cornell College, NY
Cornish College of the Arts, WA
Eckerd College, FL
Fashion Institute of Technology, NY
Full Sail University, FL
Hampshire College, MA
Iowa State University, IA
Lawrence University, WI
Loyola University, IL
Luther College, MN
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, WI
Minneapolis College of Art & Design, MN
Minneapolis Community & Technical College, MN
Minnesota State University-Mankato
Minnesota State University-Moorhead, MN
Monserrat College of Art, MA
Mount Holyoke College, MA
The New School, NY
New York Film Academy, NY
Normandale Community College, MN
PCI Academy, MN
Pratt Institute, NY
San Francisco Art Institute, CA
Savannah College of Art & Design, GA
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL
St Catherine University, MN
St. Cloud Technical and Community College, MN
St. Mary's University of Minnesota
State University of New York-Purchase
Suffolk University, MA 
Temple University, PA
University of the Arts, PA
University of Manitoba, Canada
University of Minnesota-Duluth, MN
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, MN
University of North Dakota
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, WI
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
University of Wisconsin-Stout, WI


2018 Class Stats

  • 95.4% graduated
  • 89% are planning postsecondary education
  • $3.37 million in scholarships and grants offered
  • One student named National Merit semi-finalist
  • 22% of class graduated with honors (3.6 GPA or better)
  • 3.25 average GPA of 2018-2019 applicants
  • 25% to 30% of graduates continue to pursue their art