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Panther Valley School District

Panther Valley High SchoolSummit Hill Borough resides in the Panther Valley School District. In 1964, Summit Hill High School joined with Lansford, Coaldale and Nesquehoning High School to form the Panther Valley School District. Panther Valley consists of three schools, an elementary school located in Nesquehoning, a new middle school and a high school located on route 209 in Summit Hill. Panther Valley School District's school colors are black, gold and white symbolizing all four towns colors in the school district.  The mascot of Panther Valley is a panther.

Panther Valley High School, opened in 1973, is a four-year comprehensive high school focusing on Career Pathways. A member of Making Schools Work, PVHS has focused on key educational practices to improve the quality of education. Students desiring trade or technical courses attend Panther Valley during grade 9 and complete grades 10 through 12 and Carbon County Area Vocational Technical School in Jim Thorpe. There are 514 students enrolled in grades 9 through 12. Students have the opportunity to participate in over 18 different organizations and 14 interscholastic sports at the AAA/AA/A level of competition.

For more information about the Panther Valley School District, visit www.panthervalley.org

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