309 Collins Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
**Note: For driving directions to the Senior High, please use the 12200 Garland Drive address because this entrance is the only way in/out during school hours--7:45 am to 2:15 pm. In addition to the Garland Drive entrance being open for after school events, the Collins Drive entrance will be open from 2:15 until 11 pm. Parking will be in the upper and lower lots. There is no parking around the building.**
Phone: (412) 793-7000
Fax: (412) 712-1047
Hours: 7:20 am - 2:27 pm; Grades 9-12
Mr. Eric Kostic, Building Principal
(412) 793-7000, ext. 5202
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The Penn Hills High School has a rich tradition of successful academic and athletic programs, and the administration prides itself on the types of courses offered to challenge students of very diversified ability levels.
Whether a student's interest lies in academics or the vocational trades, the means to provide equal opportunities for all truly exists in our school. The wide array of course offerings makes it possible for students to achieve to the best of their ability; teachers to best utilize their professional experience; and administrators to culminate the learning process in the roles of instructional leaders.
In addition to the school's academic and off-site vocational programs, a wide variety of athletic, arts, and community-oriented clubs and activities are available to the student population. Our students have received regional, state, and national recognition for their achievements. They are involved in their communities and serve as mentors for those students coming up through the ranks. Upon graduation, they attend some of the finer colleges, universities, and technical schools.
The goal of the high school--and the district--is to provide students with the knowledge, education, and support they will need to move on to the next stage of their lives.
Oh, Penn High School
Our best we pledge to you.
The days we have spent here.
We always will hold dear.
Oh, red and gold staunch friends we are foretold forever
We'll be loyal
To our Penn High School