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West Mifflin Area School District - Enrollment Declining and Consolidation
... The plan calls for a new district that combines West Mifflin Area School District, Duquesne City School District and Steel Valley School District ... of Duquesne City, Homestead, Munhall, West Homestead, West Mifflin, Whitaker ... students in the Duquesne School District may choose to attend West Mifflin Area High School ...
West Mifflin, Pennsylvania - Schools
... The West Mifflin Area School District is the public education provider for the borough ... Barton Elementary, Homeville Elementary, New England Elementary, New Emerson Elementary, West Mifflin Area Middle School, and West Mifflin Area High School ... All-State Career School has a campus in West Mifflin ...
West Mifflin Area High School
... The West Mifflin Area High School first opened its doors on Commonwealth Avenue in 1956 ... At that time, it was one of the borough's two public high schools, and it is today the West Mifflin Area School District's largest and second most modern facility ... center, countless computer labs, recording studios, one of the largest auditoriums in the area, multiple gymnasiums, an automated Large Group Instruction Room, a greenhouse, as ...
West Mifflin Area School District - Academic Achievement
... West Mifflin Area School District was ranked 345th out of 498 Pennsylvania school districts in 2011 by the Pittsburgh Business Times ... West Mifflin Area School District was ranked 73rd out of 105 local school district in 2010 ... the academic achievement, of the students in the West Mifflin Area School District, was in the 37th percentile among all 500 Pennsylvania school districts Scale (0–99 100 is state best) ...

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