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McKee Elementary Claims the Coveted Teachers' Cup
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Donaldson Elementary Wins School Spirit Trophy
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WAMS Launches Career Day
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Stand Together Looks to Raise Mental Health Awareness at the High School
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Sgt. Neil Cridge and K-9 Officer Scooby helped celebrate Read Across America Week at Wilson.
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Mr. West A Contest Raises Funds for Charity
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School Board Honored with D. Richard Wynn Distinguished School Board Award
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Mental Health Awareness Presentation Announced

The West Allegheny student services department welcomes the National Alliance on Mental Illness on Wednesday, April 25, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., when they will share first hand accounts of young adults who are living with a mental health diagnosis. 
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Creativity and Innovation Showcase Scheduled

Mark your calendar for this year's Creativity and Innovation Showcase on Thursday, April 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Students from across the District will proudly display and demonstrate their STEM learning projects.  We hope you will join us in supporting student work. 
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West Allegheny School District Welcomes Two New District Administrators

West Allegheny School District is excited to announce the hiring of Tammy Adams as the new assistant to the superintendent for special education and student services and Dr. Shana Nelson as the new assistant to the superintendent for curriculum, instruction, and professional learning unanimously approved by the school board of directors present at the March 21 legislative meeting.  
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WA Honored with D. Richard Wynn Distinguished School Board Award

We are proud to announce that the West Allegheny Board of School Directors has been named a Tri-State Area School Study Council 2017-2018 D. Richard Wynn Distinguished School Board Award recipient. This distinction recognizes the Board's exemplary practices in addressing important issues, innovative ideas, and dedication to improved schooling for students over the last two school years.
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District Launches Early College In High School Academy

West Allegheny School District is excited to announce plans for a true Early College In High School Academy through a unique partnership with the Community College of Allegheny County.  Please see the attached release to learn more about this opportunity and how it will benefit our students.
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2018-2019 School Calendar Released

2018-2019 School Calendar Released

West Allegheny School District is pleased to release the 2018-2019 School Calendar.
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District Releases Student Academic Outcomes Report

District Releases Student Academic Outcomes Report

West Allegheny School District is proud to release our first annual Student Academic Outcomes Report, which is to serve as a comprehensive, District-wide report card.   We encourage parents to review the Student Outcomes Report to learn more about the academic progress and success of the District.  
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By The Numbers
20
Advanced Placement
Courses Offered
#1
Rank in US and Pennsylvania
for Percent Increase in Advanced Placement Qualifying Scores for 2016
14 : 1
Student to Teacher Ratio
with an Average Class Size of 23
100%
of Students K-12
have Access to Creativity, Innovation and Design Programming
#5
A+ Niche Rank of Safest Schools in Allegheny County and 33 out of 400 schools in PA
0
Tax Increases
for Nine Consecutive Years
#154
out of 497
Best Schools in Pennsylvania
according to the Niche Ratings
60 AP Scholars
recognized by the
College Board for Outstanding Achievement on AP Exams
100%
Student Pass Rate
on Career and Industry Certifications with 120 students enrolled in Career and Technical Education Programs
88 Varsity Section Titles
21 WPIAL Titles
2 State Titles since 2000