North Allegheny School Websites
School & Facilities Overview
North Allegheny School District is an attractive community (pop. 45,000+) located twelve miles north of Pittsburgh. North Allegheny serves the municipalities of Bradford Woods Borough, Franklin Park Borough, Marshall Township and the Town of McCandless and encompasses a total of 48 square miles.
Much of the District is suburban-residential. New housing developments and transferees moving into the area help maintain a steady enrollment. A solid and growing tax base helps maintain economic stability. North Allegheny is the largest suburban school district in Allegheny County. The District is also one of the largest employers in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, employing over 1,000 people.
The NASD facilities consist of:
7 Elementary Schools (K-5)
3 Middle Schools (CMS, IMS, MMS 6-8)
2 High Schools (NAI 9-10, NASH 11-12)
NA Central Administration Offices
200 Hillvue Lane, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 366-2100
30,100 square feet
1969 - when Carson Middle School was built.
In 2005, the Central Administration Offices were expanded by 10,700 square feet to include additional offices for the Pupil Services Dept, Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents, Board Room, conference room, entrance vestibule, restrooms and an elevator to provide handicap accessibility for this building. The existing Central Administration Offices were renovated and reconfigured to provide office spaces for the Human Resources, Staff Development, Business Office and the School and Community Relations departments. This building was also modified to provide additional conference rooms, restrooms, print shop space and storage rooms.
NA Facilities and Transportation
400 Hillvue Lane, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Facilities: (412) 369-5432
Transportation: (412) 369-5500
22,689 square feet
1985 - as a Transportation facility.
In 2003, the existing Transportation Building was renovated to provide office and shop space for the Facilities Department. On the second floor of this building, new offices were created for the Facilities Department staff along with Transportation and Assets Departments and a new conference room. In addition, this building was renovated with new HVAC, electrical distribution upgrades, telephone and data systems, roofing, windows and doors, lighting, etc. Included as part of this project was a new, 3185 square foot pre-engineered metal garage building for the Maintenance Department vehicles and a new parking lot for 35 vehicles.
Bradford Woods Elementary School (BW)
Forest Road, Bradford Woods, PA 15015
Phone: (724) 935-5081
68,535 square feet on 7.24 acres.
1916 - 2-room schoolhouse.
1956 - reconstruction expands school to 6 rooms.
1962 - expanded to 12 rooms.
1972 - expanded to 18 rooms; students from old Marshall School were transferred here.
1991 - completed school renovation and modernization featuring 21 classrooms.
Totally heated and air-conditioned.
Franklin Elementary School (FES)
2401 Rochester Road, Sewickley, PA 15143
Phone: (412) 366-9663
63,036 square feet on 20 acres.
1936 - 4 rooms; consolidated enrollment from all 6 one-room schools in the area
(Forsyth, Fairmont, Neely, Brandt, McDevitt and Simpson).
1950 - expanded to 8 rooms.
1952 - expanded to 12 rooms.
1966 - expanded to 18 rooms.
1992 - established award-winning “Gateways” program for inclusion of handicapped students.
1999 - upgraded building shell, HVAC and electrical. Added 10 classrooms, full size gym with
wood floor, stage, kitchen, library expansion, main entrance and boiler room.
Hosack Elementary School (HES)
9275 Peebles Road, Allison Park, PA 15101
61,333 square feet on 27 acres.
1972 - with 18 rooms; totally heated and air-conditioned. Named for Dr. Ivan G. Hosack, President of North Allegheny's Joint School Board from the District's inception in 1948 until 1965. Innovative
architecture features “open classrooms” style with library in the center.
1999 - additions/renovations included replacing the roof, upgrading of HVAC and electrical systems, installing partial walls, and reconfiguring existing building for art/music/library. Added 4 classrooms, multi-purpose room, kitchen, stage, restrooms, and administrative offices.
Ingomar Elementary School (IES)
602 W. Ingomar Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 366-9665
61,452 square feet on 5.65 acres.
Original one-room school established on this site circa 1910.
1916 - expanded to 4 rooms, consolidated McCandless one-room schools of Willoughby,
Logan and Walters.
1959 - expanded to 10 rooms.
1960 - oldest frame portion destroyed by fire; school rebuilt, expanded to 12 rooms.
1999 - addition/renovations included upgrade of building shell, HVAC & electrical, reconfiguring
of the existing building for library/art/music. Added 2 classrooms, multi-purpose room, kitchen and stage.
Marshall Elementary School (MES)
5135 Wexford Run Road, Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: (724) 935-4044
138,000 square feet on 92.79 acre campus.
1992 - on the Shenot Farm site; 50 classrooms. Thoroughly modern facilities include air condition- ing, fully equipped science and computer labs.
McKnight Elementary School (McK)
500 Cumberland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 635-4105
122,361 square feet on 13.7 acre campus.
West wing, built as 12 rooms, expanded to 18 rooms in 1969.
East wing, built 1963 as Cumberland School for Exceptional Children. Acquired in 1987 from Northern Area Special Purpose Schools.
1987 - walkway built.
1999 - addition/renovations included upgrade of building shell, HVAC and electric service, reconfiguring of existing building for art/music/kindergarten. Added full size gym with seating for 200, library, elevator, cafeteria and kitchen expansion.
Peebles Elementary School (PES)
8625 Peebles Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 366-9667
60,275 square feet on 20.127 acres.
First McCandless school, established 1860 as a one-room log cabin.
Two-room Peebles School (now Colaizzi's Hair Salon) used until 1952.
Current school established 1952 with 6 rooms.
1953 - expanded to 12 rooms.
1966 - expanded to 18 rooms.
1999 - additions/renovations included upgrade to building shell, HVAC and utility services, reconfiguring existing building for kindergarten, administrative offices, library, and computer room. Added music classroom and practice rooms/faculty lounge, multi-purpose room, stage, kitchen
Carson Middle School (CMS)
300 Hillvue Lane Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 369-5520
179,226 square feet on 25 acre campus.
1969 - on Cole site as 47 room Intermediate High School (grades 9 & 10). Named for Dr. Thomas E. Carson, who was instrumental in the jointure of the district in 1948, and served as its first superintendent.
1974 - became middle school for grades 6, 7, and 8.
2005 - addition/renovations added 3 new science classrooms, 1 general purpose classroom, a new gymnasium and entrance vestibule. The renovations included upgrades to the building shell, HVAC systems, electrical service and distribution, telephone and data line installation throughout the building and upgrades to the kitchen and cafeteria areas.
Ingomar Middle School (IMS)
Ingomar Heights Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 348-1470
116,082 square feet on 20.4 acres.
1958 - with 32 rooms. District's first junior high (grades 7, 8 and 9)
1974 - became Ingomar Middle School, housing students in grades 6, 7 and 8.
2005 - additions/renovations added 2 new art rooms, 2 new computer rooms, 1 new library,
a new main entrance and new gymnasium entrance. The renovations included upgrades to the building shell, HVAC system, electrical service and distribution, telephone and data line installation throughout the building, reconfiguration of the music, special ed, science and student drop off areas. The kitchen and cafeteria were also upgraded.
Marshall Middle School (MMS)
5145 Wexford Run Road, Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: (724) 934-6060
158,000 square feet on 92.79 acre campus.
1993 - on the Shenot Farm site; 63 Classrooms. Thoroughly modern facility include air conditioning, fully equipped science and computer labs.
North Allegheny Intermediate High School (NAI)
350 Cumberland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 369-5530
222,267 square feet on 60.1 acres.
1954 - on 152-acre Cole Farm, bought by School Board in 1945 for $30,000. Dr. Jonas Salk was guest speaker at the opening day dedication.
1954-58 - 33 room Jr/Senior High for grades 7-12 (Prior NA high schoolers attended West View Jr/Sr High).
1957 and 1963 - additions expanded building to 45 rooms.
1958-74 - was NA Senior High, housing grades 10-12.
1974 to present - houses grades 9 and 10.
1997 - Upgraded building shell, HVAC and utilities. Added full size gym, 8 classrooms, 4 science labs, School Counseling office suite, and cafeteria expansion with foyer.
North Allegheny Senior High School (NASH)
10375 Perry Highway Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: (724) 934-7200
289,265 square feet on 77 acre campus.
1974 - as a 67-room school for grades 11 and 12.
1975 - Newman Stadium built, named for Superintendent Dr. Carl E. Newman; seats 5,000. In 1990, lights and artificial turf added.
2000 - additional seating for 2,500, press box expansion.
2001 - additions/renovations added a full size gym, 10 new classrooms, expanded greenhouse, auditorium, new band room, new handicapped locker facilities at pool and new athletic offices. Renovations included upgrades to the building shell, HVAC system and electric service.
NA Baierl Center
(Student and Community Center)
10375 Perry Highway, Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: (724) 935-7238
48,000 square feet on NASH 77 acre campus.
2002 - The Baierl Center was named in honor of Bill Baierl, President of the Baierl Family of Dealerships, who donated $358,000 to the project. The Baierl Center is one of the premier educational and recreational facilities among school districts in the nation. The 48,000 square foot, $5 million Center is located on the campus of the NA Senior High and is dedicated to the educational, athletic, developmental, and community needs of the children and citizens in the North Allegheny area.
There are two unique aspects to the creation of the Center. First, it is a true citizen-initiated effort designed to fill a recognized, but unmet, need in the community. Second, the vast majority of the money and skills necessary to build the Center came from individual and company donations. It is the hope of the citizens who made this Center possible that it will help in the development of our children into well-rounded and productive citizens and in providing an enhanced qualify of life for North Allegheny families.