Danville High School (Pennsylvania)

Danville High School is located at 733 Ironmen Lane, Danville, Pennsylvania. The school is part of the Danville Area School District. The high school serves fragments of two rural Pennsylvania counties. In Montour County the school serves the Boroughs of Danville and Washingtonville and Cooper Township, Derry Township, Liberty Township, Mahoning Township, Mayberry Township, Valley Township and West Hemlock Township. In Northumberland County it covers the Borough of Riverside and Rush Township. In 2018, the principal of the school is Jeremy Winn and the assistant principal is Ms. Amy Willoughby.

Danville Area High School
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733 Ironmen Lane

Montour County, Northumberland County

School districtDanville Area School District
PrincipalMr. Jeremy Winn
Ms. Amy Willoughby
Faculty48 teachers 2016[1]
Number of pupils608 pupils 2016,[2]
Color(s)Orange and Purple
Feeder schoolsDanville Area Middle School
AffiliationCentral Susquehanna Intermediate Unit #16
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In 2016, enrollment was 608 pupils in 9th through 12th grades.[3] The school employed 48 teachers.[1]

Danville Area High school students may choose to attend the Columbia-Montour Area Vocational Technical School for training in the construction and mechanical trades. The Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit IU16 provides the school with a wide variety of services like: specialized education for disabled students; state mandated training on recognizing and reporting child abuse; speech and visual disability services; criminal background check processing for prospective employees and professional development for staff and faculty.


The Danville Area School District offers a wide variety of clubs, including forensics (speech and debate), activities and an extensive sports program. The district reports spending over $700,000 in 2013-14.[4] Danville Area School District is a member of the Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference for all athletics and participates under the rules and guidelines of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association. The Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference is a voluntary association of 25 PIAA High Schools within the central Pennsylvania region.


According to PIAA directory July 2016[5]

Cross CountryEdit

| 2012 - Girls Cross Country won the Shikellamy Classic Invitational

| 2012 - Girls Cross Country won the AA District IV XC Championships

| 2012 - Girls Cross Country took 6th Place at The PIAA State Cross Country Championships

| 2012 - Guys Cross Country took 2nd in the Shikellamy Classic Invitational

| 2012 - Guys Cross Country took 2nd in the AA District IV XC Championships


  1. ^ a b US News and World Report, Best High Schools 2016, 2017
  2. ^ Pennsylvania Department of Education, Enrollment by LEA and school, 2016
  3. ^ Pennsylvania Department of Education (November 14, 2016). "Danville Area High School Fast Facts 2016".
  4. ^ Danville Area School District Business Manager (June 18, 2013). "Final General Fund Budget 2013-14" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on September 23, 2015. Retrieved May 6, 2014.
  5. ^ Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletics Association (2017). "PIAA School Directory Danville Area High School".

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Coordinates: 40°57′28″N 76°36′02″W / 40.9578°N 76.6005°W / 40.9578; -76.6005