The Seneca Valley School District is a suburban district located in Jackson Township, Southern Butler County, Western Pennsylvania. It is approximately 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh, is in close proximity to the Pennsylvania Turnpike and is adjacent to Interstate 79.
In collaboration with family and community, the mission of the district is to provide a nurturing and safe environment with academically challenging opportunities, emphasizing digital citizenship, innovation, and global awareness in order to prepare our students to be productive and contributing citizens.
Seneca Valley School District will continue to foster academic integrity, offer advanced educational opportunities, and serve as an innovative leader in education while preparing all students to be productive members of society.
The District covers 100 square miles and includes Cranberry, Forward, Jackson and Lancaster townships and Callery, Evans City, Harmony, Seven Fields and Zelienople boroughs.
The District has four elementary schools, grades K-4: Connoquenessing Valley, Evans City, Haine and Rowan. There are two middle schools, grades 5-6: Evans City and Haine. In addition, there is a 7-8 middle school, a 9-10 intermediate high school and an 11-12 senior high school. Grades 7-12 are located on the same campus in Jackson Township. Rowan and Haine schools are in Cranberry Township, Connoquenessing Valley Elementary School is in Zelienople and Evans City School is in Evans City.