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North Hills (Pennsylvania)


North Hills (Pennsylvania)

The North Hills is the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The independent suburban municipalities that are always included in the North Hills are Ross Township, Borough of West View, Shaler Township, West Deer Township, Frazer Township, East Deer Township, Fawn Township, Harrison Township, Brackenridge, Franklin Park, Marshall Township, Bradford Woods, McCandless Township, Hampton Township, Pine Township, Tarentum, Richland Township, Borough of Fox Chapel, Indiana Township, O'Hara Township, Bellevue, Avalon, Springdale Township, Borough of Springdale, Harmar Township, Reserve Township, Millvale, Etna, Sharpsburg, Aspinwall, Blawnox, Verona, Oakmont, Cheswick, Ohio Township, Kilbuck Township, Emsworth, Ben Avon, and Ben Avon Heights.

School Districts


  1. ^ North Allegheny School District
  2. ^ Pine-Richland School District
  3. ^ Deer Lakes School District
  4. ^ Highlands School District
  5. ^ Hampton Township School District
  6. ^ Fox Chapel Area School District
  7. ^ Allegheny Valley School District
  8. ^ Avonworth School District
  9. ^ North Hills School District
  10. ^ Shaler Area School District
  11. ^ Riverview School District
  12. ^ Northgate School District
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