Pleasant Valley High School (Pennsylvania)

Pleasant Valley High School (Pennsylvania)

Pleasant Valley High School is a midsized, rural, public high school in Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania. The school's name was given by its founder, John C. Mills, who took it from a common name for the area of the locals.

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