The Penns Manor Area School District, which is comprised of Cherryhill Township, Pine Township and Clymer Borough, is located in the eastern central portion of Indiana County and covers approximately 81 square miles. Even though it's location is rural, it is 75 miles from Pittsburgh, 20 miles from Ebensburg, 35 miles from Johnstown, and 15 miles from Indiana, which is the County Seat.
The school is located in Cherryhill Township at the intersection of Routes 403 and 553. It is comprised of one complex, which contains an elementary school (Pre-K through grade 6) and a junior-senior high school (grades 7 through 12). The enrollment for the 2011-12 school year is 532 students at the Elementary and 397 at the High School.
The Penns Manor Area School District is in a rural setting and serves a diverse population as our community's education agent. The district will provide a program of academic skills, career exploration, life skills, and social responsibility considering individual needs in order to develop cooperative, creative, and productive citizens in an ever changing society.
We believe that the diverse educational needs of all students can be met. The family is central to a child's learning. Students, parents, school personnel, and the community contribute to and benefit from student learning. The skilled use of current technology is integral to student learning. All students can be productive members of society.
Penns Manor offers three curriculum programs which include: Academic, Business, and Applied Technology. A minimum of twenty-four credits are required for graduation from grades 9-12. You can check your student's grades by going to Grades Online.