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Bethel Park School District
Address
301 Church Road
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, 15102
United States
Information
Type Public
Superintendent Dr. Thomas Knight
Grades K-12
Mascot Black Hawks
Yearbook Beacon
Website

The Bethel Park School District is a school district in Allegheny County. The district covers the Borough of Bethel Park which is a suburb of Pittsburgh. Bethel Park School District operates a total of eight schools. Five elementary schools: Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, George Washington Elementary School, William Penn Elementary School, and Memorial Elementary School. All five Elementary Schools host grades K-4, and children are assigned to different elementary schools based on where they live in the community. For example, if one lives in the south of Bethel Park, then the child will go to Benjamin Franklin; if one lives in the North of Bethel Park, then the child will go to Abraham Lincoln.

There are also two middle schools in the district: Neil Armstrong Middle School for grades 5-6, and Independence Middle School for grade 7-8. The high school, Bethel Park High School, is home to grades 9-12. After 4th grade, all children in Bethel Park go to the same School as the other children in their grade, regardless of where one lives in the community.

Additionally there are two Roman Catholic elementary schools for which the school district provides transportation: St. Germaine and St. Thomas More.

High School

Bethel Park High School is one of few high schools in Pennsylvania that comprise more than 3 buildings. In fact, the high school was originally intended to be the campus for the community college of Allegheny County (CCAC) but it became the campus for Bethel Park's high school instead. The high school is made up of 8 buildings, with each building being specifically for a set of subjects.

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