New Hope-Solebury School District

New Hope-Solebury School District is the only school district that educates children in Solebury Township, Pennsylvania. New Hope-Solebury School District includes the towns of New Hope, Solebury, Lahaska, Carversville, and Lumberville, enrolling 1,587 students in 2012. New Hope-Solebury School District is relatively small compared to the larger public school districts that surround it.

New Hope-Solebury School District
Address
180 West Bridge Street

New Hope
,
18938

Information
School typePublic
SuperintendentDr. Steven M. Yanni
DeanMr. Chris Cook (NHS High/Middle School)
PrincipalMr. Stephen Seier (NHS High School)
PrincipalMrs. Chris Cortellessa (NHS Middle School)
PrincipalMr. Michael McKenna (NHS Upper Elementary)
PrincipalMr. Kenneth M. Silver (NHS Lower Elementary)
GradesK-12
Enrollment1,587 (2011-12)[1]
Color(s)Blue     Gold     
MascotLions
USNWR ranking
  1. 2 In Pennsylvania
National ranking
  1. 320 (2016)
Budget$36.18 million (2013-14)[2]
Revenue$34.46 million (2013-14)
Websitehttp://www.nhsd.org/

Within the school district is one elementary school (broken into two campuses) one middle school and one high school. All schools except one of the elementary schools reside on the same campus in downtown New Hope. Both the middle school and high school have just completed a new renovation to their campus, along with the new addition of a second elementary school campus.

The current Superintendent is Dr. Steven M. Yanni

Elementary schools

New Hope-Solebury Lower Elementary School Grades K-2 (Solebury, PA)

New Hope-Solebury Upper Elementary School Grades 3-5 (New Hope, PA)

Middle school

New Hope-Solebury Middle School Grades 6-8 (New Hope, PA)

High school

New Hope-Solebury High School Grades 9-12 (New Hope, PA)

References

  1. National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data - New Hope-Solebury School District, 2013
  2. Elizabeth Bowman, New Hope-Solebury finalizes budget with 1.7% tax hike, BucksCountyHerald, June 13, 2013
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