• State College Area High School

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    State High is a high-performing, comprehensive high school that has a robust course offering, including 63 advanced and AP electives, and 12 in-house Career and Technical Programs. State High's staff is dedicated to making our students college- and career-ready and competitive in a global society. Our teachers are highly trained, skilled and committed to fostering relationships with students, parents, and community members.
    For our incoming ninth grade students, we have a program called the Ninth Grade Learning Community (9LC). This program is designed to promote a successful transition for incoming ninth grade students by providing a system that encourages responsive teaching and learning. Teachers collaborate in order to help students reach their potential, establish healthy relationships, and discover their strengths and passions in a safe and welcoming learning environment. Learn more here
    Our students are recognized for their achievements in the following areas:
    • National Merit semifinalists and finalists
    • Nationally recognized Arts, Music, and Career competitions
    • Various awards attained through the more than 100 extracurricular and co-curricular opportunities. 
    Fast Facts: 
    542 graduates
    97.5 % overall graduation rate
    82% continue their post-high school education
    27 National AP Scholars
    24th out of 650 schools in Pennsylvania for SAT scores
    63 Advanced Placement and advanced courses offered
    76 high school activities and clubs offered
    26 high school athletic teams
    15 District 6 Athletic Titles last year
    19 Bands, orchestras, choirs and rock ensembles
    Delta Program: High school and middle school (5-8) students may also attend this alternative, democratic school, which allows for a greater variety of choices offered to the student for all or part of their instructional program.
    State College Area High School
    Principal: Laura Tobias
    650 Westerly Parkway
    Phone: 814-231-1111 
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Last Modified on December 13, 2023