North Allegheny School District is dedicated to providing a high quality, comprehensive education to all students. The District serves the municipalities of Bradford Woods Borough, Franklin Park Borough, Marshall Township, and the Town of McCandless, which covers a total of 48 square miles. This attractive suburban-residential community (pop. 45,000+) is located twelve miles north of Pittsburgh. New housing developments and transferee's 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 and one of the largest employers in the North Hills of Pittsburgh.
State-of-the-Art Facilities Total number of schools 12 Elementary Schools (grades K-5)
Bradford Woods, Franklin, Hosack, Ingomar, Marshall, McKnight, Peebles
7 Middle Schools (grades 6-8)
Carson, Ingomar, Marshall
3 Intermediate High School (grades 9-10) 1 Senior High Schools (grades 11-12) 1 Student Enrollment (as of October 1, 2017) Total enrollment K-12 8,356 Elementary School 3,648 Middle School 2,058 High School 2,650 Employees (2017-18) Total number of employees 1,099 Total number of teachers 657 Average years of teaching experience 14.9 Percentage with Masters or Doctorate 69% Total number of administrators 35 Budget (2018-2019) Operating Budget $165,961,608 Millage Rate 18.4557 Per Pupil Expenditure (2017-2018) $18,971
For more information on how the District measures success, check out the 2018 Measuring Success Annual Report.