Palmyra Area School District

The Palmyra Area School District is the public school system in southwest Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.

The District serves the residents of Palmyra Borough, North Londonderry Township, South Londonderry Township, Campbelltown, Lawn, and Mount Gretna. This suburban district encompasses approximately 40 square miles (100 km2). According to 2008 local census data, it serves a resident population of 20,487. In 2009, the district residents’ per capita income was $24,082, while the median family income was $58,016. In the Commonwealth, the median family income was $49,501 and the United States median family income was $49,445, in 2010.

According to District officials, in school year 2007-08 the Palmyra Area School District provided basic educational services to 3,247 pupils. It employed of 235 teachers, 155 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 15 administrators.

Palmyra Area School District consists of:

  • Palmyra Area High School
  • Palmyra Area Middle School
  • Forge Road Elementary School
  • Pine Street Elementary School
  • Northside Elementary School
  • Lingle Avenue Elementary School

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