Methacton School District

Methacton School District (MSD) is a public school district located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. It is headquartered in the Farina Education Center in Worcester Township.[1][2]

Methacton School District
Map of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Public School Districts. Methacton School District is in pink in the center of the county.
Address
1001 Kriebel Mill Road
, Pennsylvania, 19403
United States
District information
TypePublic school district
MottoLearn, Lead, Succeed - Together!
GradesK-12
Established1961 (1961)
SuperintendentDr. David A. Zerbe
Other information
Websitewww.methacton.org

The school district includes residents in the townships of Lower Providence (including the census-designated places of Audubon, Eagleville and Trooper) and Worcester (including the area of Fairview Village). The district was created in 1961,[3] as a consolidation of other school districts, with the merger process completed in 1969.[4] Most residents, as of circa 2015, were middle class.[3] The superintendent is Dr. David Zerbe. The name of the district is a word in a Native American language that refers to the area hill.[4]

Seven schools comprise the district:

  • Methacton High School (9th-12th grade)
  • Arcola Intermediate School (7th and 8th grade)
  • Skyview Upper Elementary School (5th and 6th grade)
  • Arrowhead Elementary School (K-4th grade)
  • Eagleville Elementary School (K-4th grade)
  • Woodland Elementary School (K-4th grade)
  • Worcester Elementary School (K-4th grade)

See also

References

  1. "Contact Us." Methacton School District. Retrieved on October 8, 2018. "Farina Education Center 1001 Kriebel Mill Road Eagleville, PA 19403 "
  2. Zoning Map. Worcester Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Retrieved on October 8, 2018. The map indicates the location of Methacton High School.
  3. "Methacton Brochure" (PDF). Methacton School District. January 8, 2015. Retrieved May 5, 2015.
  4. "About Methacton." Methacton School District. Retrieved on October 8, 2018.


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