Montour High School 223 Clever Rd, Mc Kees Rocks, PA15136 Montour High School is the only high school for the Montour School District, which serves Kennedy Township,…More Robinson Township, and the boroughs of Ingram, Pennsbury Village, and Thornburg. The high school is currently under renovation. High school students and (isolated) 6th graders currently attend David E. Williams Middle School, while the middle and elementary students are split amoung the three primary schools. The high school is expected to reopen by the beginning of the 2011-2012 school year.
Saint Andrew Day School 987 Beaver Grade Rd, Coraopolis, PA15108 The Saint Andrew Day School is a preschool program affiliated with the Saint Andrew Lutheran Church in Coraopolis.…More The school enrolls roughly 160 students aged 2 through 4. The day school also offers a daycare program for children during the school year.
R. Hyde Elementary School 110 Wallridge Drive, Moon, PA15108 R. Hyde Elementary School offes a curriculum based in language arts, technology, social studies and the sciences. This…More school also offers extended day kindergarten schedules.
Moon Area High School 8353 University Blvd, Moon Township, PA15108 Moon Area High School caters to students in grades nine through 12. This school offers students a wide variety of…More 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.
Located on Stuebenville Pike in Robinson Township, Nams's Korean Karate School has been a staple in the area for…More several years. With classes for everyone from young children to adults scheduled at all times, the school also participates in several competitions for varying age groups and techniques. There are three schools total and the classes rotate to each school.
Propel is a rapidly-expanding family of Pittsburgh charter schools, serving public school districts in high poverty…More areas. The school reports a waiting list of more than 2,000 children and adheres to the credo of all of the Montour Public Schools, "Be safe, be respectful, be responsible." Its individual motto is "We're building a better world, one student at a time."