List of high schools in Pennsylvania

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This is a complete list of senior high schools in the state of Pennsylvania, United States.

There are 952 public high schools and 549 private high schools.[1]

Adams County[edit]

Allegheny County[edit]

Armstrong County[edit]

Beaver County[edit]

Bedford County[edit]

Berks County[edit]

Blair County[edit]

Bradford County[edit]

  • Athens Area High School, Athens Township
  • Canton Junior/Senior High School, Canton Township
  • North Rome Christian School, Rome [10]
  • Northeast Bradford Junior/Senior High School, Rome Township
  • Sayre Area High School, Sayre
  • Towanda Area High School, Towanda
  • Troy Area High School, Troy Township
  • Wyalusing Valley Junior/Senior High School, Wyalusing

Bucks County[edit]

Butler County[edit]

Cambria County[edit]

Cameron County[edit]

  • Cameron County Junior/Senior High School, Emporium

Carbon County[edit]

  • Carbon Career and Technical Institute, Jim Thorpe
  • Jim Thorpe Area High School, Jim Thorpe
  • Lehighton Area High School, Lehighton
  • Palmerton Area High School, Palmerton
  • Panther Valley High School, Lansford
  • Weatherly Area High School, Weatherly

Centre County[edit]

Chester County[edit]

Clarion County[edit]

Clearfield County[edit]

Clinton County[edit]

Columbia County[edit]

Crawford County[edit]

  • Cambridge Springs Junior/Senior High School, Cambridge Springs
  • Cochranton Junior/Senior High School, Cochranton
  • Conneaut Lake High School, Conneaut Lake
  • Conneaut Valley High School, Conneautville
  • Linesville-Conneaut-Summit High School, Linesville
  • Maplewood Junior/Senior High School, Guys Mills
  • Meadville Area High School, Meadville
  • Saegertown Junior/Senior High School, Saegertown
  • Titusville Area High School, Titusville

Cumberland County[edit]

Dauphin County[edit]

Delaware County[edit]

Elk County[edit]

  • Elk County Catholic High School, Saint Mary's
  • Johnsonburg Area High School, Johnsonburg
  • Ridgway Area High School, Ridgway
  • St. Mary's Area High School, Saint Mary's

Erie County[edit]

Fayette County[edit]

Forest County[edit]

Franklin County[edit]

Fulton County[edit]

  • Forbes Road Junior/Senior High School, Waterfall
  • McConnellsburg High School, MccCnnellsburg
  • Southern Fulton Junior/Senior High School, Warfordsburg

Greene County[edit]

Huntingdon County[edit]

  • Calvary Christian Academy, Huntingdon
  • Emmanual Christian Academy, Huntingdon
  • Huntingdon Area Senior High School, Huntingdon
  • Juniata Valley Junior/Senior High School, Alexandria
  • Mount Union Area Junior/Senior High School, Mount Union
  • Southern Huntingdon County Junior/Senior High School, Three Springs

Indiana County[edit]

Jefferson County[edit]

Juniata County[edit]

Lackawanna County[edit]

Lancaster County[edit]

Lawrence County[edit]

Lebanon County[edit]

Lehigh County[edit]

Luzerne County[edit]

In July 2007, Bishop Hafey High School (Hazleton), Bishop Hoban High School (Wilkes-Barre), Bishop O'Reilly High School (Kingston), and Seton Catholic High School (Pittston) were closed and consolidated into Holy Redeemer High School, which took over the former Bishop Hoban building.

Lycoming County[edit]

McKean County[edit]

  • Bradford Area High School
  • Kane Area High School, Kane
  • Otto-Eldred Junior/Senior High School, Duke Center
  • Port Allegany Junior/Senior High School, Port Allegany
  • Smethport Area Junior/Senior High School, Smethport

Mercer County[edit]

  • Commodore Perry Junior/Senior High School, Hadley
  • Farrell Area High School, Farrell
  • George Junior Republic High School, Grove City
  • Greenville Junior/Senior High School, Greenville
  • Grove City Area High School, Grove City
  • Hickory High School, Hermitage
  • Jamestown Area Junior/Senior High School, Jamestown
  • Kennedy Catholic High School, Hermitage
  • Lakeview High School, Stoneboro
  • Mercer Area Junior/Senior High School, Mercer
  • Reynolds Junior/Senior High School, Greenville
  • Sharon Middle/High School, Sharon
  • Sharpsville Area High School, Sharpsville
  • West Middlesex Junior/Senior High School, West Middlesex

See also Category:School districts in Mercer County, Pennsylvania

Mifflin County[edit]

Monroe County[edit]

Montgomery County[edit]

In September 2010, Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School and Saint Pius X High School (Lower Pottsgrove Township, Pennsylvania) were closed and consolidated into Pope John Paul II High School (Royersford, Pennsylvania).

Montour County[edit]

Northampton County[edit]

Northumberland County[edit]

Perry County[edit]

  • Greenwood High School, Millerstown
  • Newport Junior/Senior High School, Newport
  • Susquenita High School, Duncannon
  • West Perry High School, Elliottsburg

Philadelphia County[edit]

Pike County[edit]

Potter County[edit]

Schuylkill County[edit]

  • Blue Mountain High School, Schuylkill Haven
  • Gillingham Charter School, Pottsville
  • Mahanoy Area High School, Mahanoy City
  • Marian Catholic High School, Tamaqua
  • Minersville Area Junior/Senior High School, Minersville
  • Nativity BVM High School, Pottsville
  • North Schuylkill Junior/Senior High School, Fountain Springs
  • Pine Grove Area High School, Pine Grove
  • Pottsville Area High School, Pottsville
  • Schuylkill Haven High School, Schuylkill Haven
  • Schuylkill Technology Center,[23] Mar Lin and Frackville
  • Shenandoah Valley Junior/Senior High School, Shenandoah
  • Tamaqua Area High School, Tamaqua
  • Tri-Valley Junior/Senior High School, Hegins
  • Williams Valley Junior/Senior High School, Tower City

Snyder County[edit]

Somerset County[edit]

Sullivan County[edit]

  • Red Rock High School
  • Sullivan County Junior/Senior High School, Laporte

Susquehanna County[edit]

  • Blue Ridge High School, New Milford
  • Elk Lake Junior Senior High School, [25] Dimock
  • Forest City Regional High School, Forest City
  • Montrose Area Junior Senior High School, [26] Montrose
  • Mountain View Junior Senior High School, Kingsley
  • Susquehanna Community Junior Senior High School, Susquehanna

Tioga County[edit]

Union County[edit]

Venango County[edit]

  • Christian Life Academy, Seneca
  • Cranberry Area Junior/Senior High School, Seneca
  • Franklin Area High School, Franklin
  • Oil City High School, Oil City
  • Rocky Grove Junior/Senior High School, Franklin
  • Venango Catholic High School, Oil City*

Warren County[edit]

Washington County[edit]

Wayne County[edit]

  • Canaan Christian Academy, Lake Ariel
  • Damascus Christian Academy, Damascus
  • Honesdale High School, Honesdale
  • Wallenpaupack Area High School, Hawley
  • Western Wayne High School, Lake Ariel

Westmoreland County[edit]

Wyoming County[edit]

  • Lackawanna Trail Junior/Senior High School, Factoryville
  • Tunkhannock High School, Tunkhannock

York County[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ EL. "Pennsylvania High Schools". Retrieved 2 March 2015.
  2. ^ Cornell High School
  3. ^ den Christian Academy
  4. ^ Leechburg High School
  5. ^ Beaver County Christian High School
  6. ^ Central Valley High School
  7. ^ Western Beaver High School
  8. ^ HOPE for Hyndman Charter School
  9. ^ The King's Academy
  10. ^ North Rome Christian School
  11. ^ Palisades High School
  12. ^ Conemaugh Valley Junior/Senior High School
  13. ^ Woodlynde School
  14. ^ Benton Area High School
  15. ^ Scotland School for Veteran's Children
  16. ^ Lourdesmont School
  17. ^ Hughesville Junior Senior High School
  18. ^ Jersey Shore Area High School
  19. ^ Loyalsock Township High School Archived 2007-11-08 at the Wayback Machine
  20. ^ Montoursville Area High School Archived 2007-03-09 at the Wayback Machine
  21. ^ Muncy Junior-Senior High School
  22. ^ "Williamsport Area High School". Archived from the original on 2007-03-28. Retrieved 2007-03-18.
  23. ^ "Schuylkill Technology Center". Archived from the original on 2010-06-19. Retrieved 2010-02-05.
  24. ^ Shade Junior/Senior High School
  25. ^ Elk Lake Junior Senior High School
  26. ^ Montrose Area Junior Senior High School
  27. ^ PDE (2016). "Southern Tioga School District Schools".
  28. ^ Wellsboro Area High School

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