State College Area School District

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This school district serves the following county or counties: Centre

District Profile

240 Villa Crest Dr

State College, PA 16801-7951

Phone 814-231-1011

Fax 814-231-4130

Includes the municipalities of Benner Township, College Township, Ferguson Township, Half Moon Township, Harris Township, Patton Township, State College Borough.

Square Miles

151.13

Students Enrolled

6,888

Total Number of Schools:

11
  • Corl Street El Sch (K-5)
  • Easterly Parkway El Sch (K-5)
  • Ferguson Twp El Sch (K-5)
  • Gray's Woods El Sch (K-5)
  • Mount Nittany El Sch (K-5)
  • Mount Nittany MS (6,7-8)
  • Park Forest El Sch (K-5)
  • Park Forest MS (6,7-8)
  • Radio Park El Sch (K-5)
  • Spring Creek El Sch (K-5)
  • State College Area HS (8-12)
District Provided

School district: light blue; Administrative office: medium blue circle; County(ies) served: green dashes.

Total Students

6,888

Ethnicity

American Indian
0.23%
Asian
8.09%
Black
2.51%
Latino
3.89%
Pacific Islander
0.09%
2 or More Races
6.32%
White
78.88%

Gender

Male
50.57%
Female
49.43%

Other Statistics

Special Education
10.58%
English Learner
3.27%

Financials

Median Household Income

$56,996.00

Revenue Sources

Type of Revenue Income Percent of Budget
Local Revenues $130,145,699.66 77.87%
State Revenues $35,452,531.68 21.21%
Federal $1,471,051.32 0.88%
Other $53,716.58 0.03%

Other Tax Stats

Property Taxes Collected by District
$102,317,866.08
Property Values Within District
$279,600.00
Median Home Value

Academic Outcomes

Graduation Rate

93.29%

Rigorous Courses

22
E.g. IB AP

Post-Secondary Plans

77.03%
College/University
2.12%
Other Specialized Learning

PSSA Stats

% of Advanced or Proficient

Grade Level English Language Arts Math Science
Grade 3 78.60% 77.34% N/A
Grade 4 80.70% 74.45% 93.87%
Grade 5 77.12% 61.10% N/A
Grade 6 82.18% 64.02% N/A
Grade 7 83.45% 61.98% N/A
Grade 8 77.80% 50.40% 75.81%

Keystone Results

% of Advanced or Proficient

Grade Level Literature Algebra I Biology
Grade 11 80.71% 81.59% 86.30%

Staff

523

Teachers

25

Administrators

450

Support

Student /Teacher Ratio

13:1

School District Leadership

Superintendent of Schools: Curtis Johnson

School Board Directors *

Name Total Years of Service Current Term
School Director Training Certificate
PSBA Provided
Certificate of Board Governance
Continuing Education Badges Earned
Amber Concepcion
Board President
11 2019-2023

Advanced School Director Training (RQD-ADV)

Gretchen Brandt
Board Vice President
7 2019-2023

Advanced School Director Training (RQD-ADV)

Deborah Anderson
1 2021-2025

New School Director Training (RQD-NEW)

Dr. Amy Bader
7 2019-2023

Advanced School Director Training (RQD-ADV)

Peter Buck
1 2021-2025

New School Director Training (RQD-NEW)

Carline Crevecoeur
1 2021-2025

New School Director Training (RQD-NEW)

Dr. Dan Duffy
7 2019-2023

Advanced School Director Training (RQD-ADV)

Jackie Huff
1 2021-2025

New School Director Training (RQD-NEW)

Laurel Zydney
11 2019-2023

Advanced School Director Training (RQD-ADV)

* In accordance with Act 55 of 2017 and Act 18 of 2019, school board directors are required to complete approved training starting in the 2018-2019 school year. School board directors who began their term in 2017 are permitted to take this training, but it is not required. School board directors who began their term after July 1, 2018 are required to complete an initial 5 hours of new school director training and at the beginning of each subsequent election, 3 hours of advanced school director training. School board director data will be updated as it is made available. Data updates occur regularly and ongoing.