Keystone School District

The Keystone School District is a small, rural public school district in Clarion County, Pennsylvania. It serves the boroughs of Shippenville, Knox, and Callensburg, as well as the townships of Beaver Township, Elk Township, Licking Township, Ashland Township, and Salem Township. The Keystone School District encompasses approximately 126 square miles. According to 2000 federal census data, it serves a resident population of 7,589. In 2009, the district residents' per capita income was $16,347, while the median family income was $39,271.[1]

Keystone School District
451 Huston Avenue
, Pennsylvania
United States
District information
Established1955 or 1956 as a jointure with the current high school and five satellite elementary schools. The current elementary school was built in 1972, thus closing satellite schools.
SuperintendentMichael Hall
Students and staff
District mascotPanther
ColorsWhite, Black and Gold
Other information

The Keystone School District operates two schools: an elementary school and a combined junior/senior high school, both of which are located in Knox.

Extracurriculars edit

The district provides a wide variety of clubs, activities and 18 interscholastic sports.

High School Athletics edit

Keystone participates in PIAA District IX (9)[2]

Sport Name Boys Girls
Baseball / Softball Class A Class A
Basketball Class AA Class AA
Cross Country Class AA Class AA
Football Class A
Golf Class AAAA Class AAAA
Soccer Class A Class A
Track and Field Class AA Class AA
Volleyball Class A
Wrestling Class AA

References edit

  1. ^ American Fact Finder, US Census Bureau, 2010
  2. ^ PIAA - Schools - Directory - Keystone High School