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South Butler County School District

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South Butler County School District

Butler Area School Districts
328 Knoch Road
Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, 16056
United States
Type Public
Superintendent Dr. Dale Lumley
Grades K-12

South Butler County School District is a school district located in southern Butler County, Pennsylvania and teaches students from Clinton, Jefferson, Penn, Winfield Townships, and Saxonburg Borough.

The District

The South Butler County School District serves students in the townships of Clinton, Jefferson, Penn and Winfield, along with Saxonburg Borough in Southern Butler County. Four schools make up the school district - Knoch High School (9-12), Knoch Middle School (6-8), South Butler Intermediate Elementary School (4-5) and South Butler Primary School (K-3). These buildings house approximate 2,850 students of the community and employs 279 people: 16 administrative/management personnel, 183 teachers, and 80 support staff.

South Butler County is home to approximately 200 residents who enjoy 100 square miles (260 km2) of rural living. The close proximity to suburban areas such as Butler (10 minutes) and Pittsburgh (40 minutes) give residents a “best of both worlds” to live, work and raise their families. Major highways and interstates such as PA Routes 8, 28, 356 and 228, US Route 422 and Interstates 76 and 79 provide convenient travel access.

External links

  • South Butler County School District website
  • Knoch High School website
  • Knoch Middle School website
  • South Butler Intermediate Elementary website
  • South Butler Primary School website
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