Upper Moreland School District

Upper Moreland School District is located in Upper Moreland Township, Montgomery County in the northern suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Township has a general population of 25,000 residents who are served by the post offices of Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Huntingdon Valley, although due to postal and municipal boundaries, many students served by the Hatboro post office attend Hatboro-Horsham School District, while others served by the Huntingdon Valley post office attend Lower Moreland schools. A K-12 public school system, Upper Moreland School District has four schools to educate its 3200 students.

This school district currently includes 4 schools: the Upper Moreland Primary School (UMPS, Grades K-2, built 1973, formerly known as the "new" Round Meadow Elementary School when it replaced the 1947 Round Meadow E.S.), the Upper Moreland Intermediate School (UMIS, Grades 3-5, built c. 2007), the Upper Moreland Middle School (UMMS, Grades 6-8, built 1970, formerly known as Upper Moreland Junior High School), which all sit at the district's campus at Orangeman's Rd. & Byberry Rd. in the section of Upper Moreland served by the Hatboro post office. The Upper Moreland High School (UMHS, Grades 9-12, built 1958) sits on Terwood Road in Willow Grove, directly adjacent to the Warminster Line of SEPTA Regional Rail, and its campus includes the school district's administration building and bus garage. The High School has undergone a new facelift including a new 3 level science wing, art wing, music suite, and air conditioning has been installed.

Among the alumni of Upper Moreland High School are Pennsylvania State Senator Stewart Greenleaf R-12th[1] and Second Lady of the United States Jill Biden.[2]


  1. "1996 Inductees". Hall of Fame. Upper Moreland School District. Archived from the original on 2008-07-24. Retrieved 2008-10-07.
  2. Cosentino, Dom (2008-08-28). "Upper Moreland grad Jill Biden in campaign limelight". Bucks County Courier Times. Archived from the original on 2008-09-01. Retrieved 2008-10-07.
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