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Pennsbury School District
134 Yardley Avenue
PO Box 338
Fallsington, Pennsylvania 19058-0338
Superintendent: Kevin J. McHugh, Ed.D.
Comprised of : Falls and Lower Makefield Townships; Tullytown and Yardley Boroughs
Size of District: 49 square miles
Population: 73,000 - plus
Description: Located in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, along the great bend of the Delaware River, lies Bucks County. In the extreme southeastern corner of Bucks County lie the four political subdivisions whose jointure for school purposes led to the formation of the Pennsbury School District. Yardley Borough is a typical small Bucks County municipality that has retained much of its early American charm and beauty. Lower Makefield Township is a predominately suburban residential area. The site of the major early expansion in the district was Falls Township. The Keystone Industrial Port Complex, some of the homes in Fairless Hills, and some of the homes in Levittown are in this township. The last of the four sections that make up the district is Tullytown Borough. This small borough was part of the Penn Manor Tract in the early 1700's.
Budget: 2012-2013 School Year - $174,892,000
- Of this total, 63.0 percent goes toward the instructional program
- Percent of revenue from local sources - 76.2 percent
- Total students bused per year - 11,000+* (includes private schools)
- Number of schools serviced - 59
- Number of buses and vans in fleet - 108
- Recognized by Standard & Poor's for well above average student results and exceptional above average AP courses;
- Harmonious, productive relations between Board of School Directors and District Administration;
- Ongoing and intense evaluation of our rigorous academic standards.
- Major administrative focus on public relations, communications and community outreach.
* total enrollment: 10,887 (includes Pennsbury students enrolled at BC Tech HS, BCIU, and elsewhere)