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Crafton Historical Society
140 Bradford Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15205
The Crafton Historical Society is the go-to source for information regarding the long and rich history of the CraftonMore area. The society is key in educating the public about major events and locations not only in western Pennsylvania's history, but also American history as a whole. It works in conjunction with the Crafton Public Library to educate the public and create awareness about the  town's unique place in American history. The staff is knowledgeable and enthusiastic and care, not only about Crafton, but about stories that too often go untold. 
Pittsburgh Classical Academy
1400 Crucible St, Pittsburgh, PA 15205

A magnet school serving grades six through eight, Pittsburgh Classical Academy (PCA) shares a building with theMore Pittsburgh Gifted Center, in the former Greenway Middle School. PCA offers a rigorous  academic program in classical history within a structured, caring environment. 

Academic courses include communications, computers, health, library, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies and spanish. Interdisciplinary units are organized around ancient civilizations: Egyptians, Greeks and Romans in grade six, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in grade seven, and U.S. history in grade eight. Parents must apply in person during the preferred or general magnet registration period.

Moon Area High School
8353 University Blvd, Moon Township, PA 15108
Moon Area High School caters to students in grades nine through 12. This school offers students a wide variety ofMore academic and extracurricular programs, including math, science, history, language arts, English, physical education, sports and clubs. For additional school information, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
St Margaret Mary
1 Parish Pl, Coraopolis, PA 15108
St. Margaret Mary is a Catholic parish located near downtown Moon lead by Reverends Andrew C. Fischer and James P.More Holland. The church provides religious education for students in first through eighth grades and holds daily services each morning. The church can trace its history in Moon back to the 1950s.
John Daniel
6201 Steubenville Pike, Mc Kees Rocks, PA 15136
Located in the John Daniel Center on Steubenville Pike, John Daniel is an Accredited Cognos Service Partner, one of fiveMore in North America and the only one in Pittsburgh. The John Daniel Center focuses on helping individuals and businesses manage their success and performance by tracking their history through Cognos, a performance-based software. They contribute to the performances of small and large businesses in the area and are also able to give classes and workshops on the matter as well. They are available by appointment only.
Episcopal Church of the Nativity
33 Alice St, Pittsburgh, PA 15205

The Church of the Nativity is on the list of the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. The church is in whatMore was once an apple orchard, a pie-shaped piece of land between Alice Street and Noble Avenue that was originally owned by Charles C. Craft, the founder of Crafton. The church and its craft hall boast a massive collection of artifacts, including a pipe organ given to the church in 1911 by Andrew Carnegie. Several of Craft's descendants are parishioners.



St. Philip Roman Catholic Church
50 W Crafton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Located just off the Crennell Avenue traffic circle, St. Philip Roman Catholic Church is designated as an officialMore landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. The grounds of St. Philip consist of the church, the St. Philip School (kindergarten through eighth grade) and the Parish Center. All are welcome to attend any worship service. St. Philip has an extensive Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program in place for those who ascend beyond curiosity.