Karen Ringvall Home Economics Award: Awarded to the student who has shown persistent effort and continual growth in independent living skills.
The Marcy Scott Award for Social Skills and Leadership: Awarded to the student who has demonstrated the characteristics of a good leader and growth in leadership skills.
The Marcy Scott Award for Mobility Skills: Awarded to the student who has developed strong mobility skills to enhance independent travel in the community.
The Betty Gayzagian Award for Singing: Awarded to the student who has demonstrated good vocal skills, significant interest in singing and the desire to continue voice training.
The Elaine Phillips Award for Math: Awarded to the student who has demonstrated consistent academic effort, persevered through difficulties and accepted mistakes as learning opportunities in mathematics.
The Samuel P. Hayes Memorial Prize for Music: Awarded to the student involved in activities contributing significantly to the Perkins musical program.
The Rose Vivian Award: Awarded to the student from the Deafblind Program who has best reflected Mrs. Vivian’s vision of communication as an integral life skill.
Michael T. Collins Award for Special Achievement: Awarded to the student from the Deafblind Program who has demonstrated extraordinary effort to achieve success throughout the year.
The Reginald Fitz Award: Awarded to the student with the highest grade point average.
Carl H. Waddell Memorial Prize for Girls’ Athletics: Awarded to the female student who has shown effort, improvement, achievement and enthusiasm in physical education.
The Terri Werner Award: Given in memory of art teacher Terri Werner to a student who has been a creative, enthusiastic participant in art classes, theater or the Museum of Fine Arts program, as well as a caring, supportive friend who motivates others to achieve their goals.
Perkins Alumni Award: Awarded to an alumnus who has achieved significant accomplishments.