Located in Warren County, Pennsylvania, in the northwest corner of the state, the Warren County School District has 4,219 enrolled students for the 2018-2019 academic year. To view the enrollment breakdown, current and historical, please click on the links below.
The Warren County School District serves students across a 788 square mile area, which makes the district the second largest in the state in terms of geography.
To address the educational needs of all the communities across the county, the district operates four attendance areas: North, Central, East, and West. Schools in each attendance area are:
WestThe Mission of the Warren County School District is to educationally empower all students to think critically and solve problems through a rigorous curriculum that will provide them with the skills necessary to graduate and pursue a career of their interest.
The vision for the future of the Warren County School District is based on what can be accomplished by our community working collaboratively toward a common goal of educational excellence.
We see a district deeply interwoven with the latest educational practices and technological capabilities, that prepares its students to fully participate and compete in the global economy.
We envision a diverse and challenging curriculum, presented in a vigorous fashion by a qualified and motivated staff dedicated to encouraging all students to reach their potential.
The District will foster an environment that prepares young people to excel not only in their academic and co-curricular pursuits, but also in their efforts to become productive members of society.
We visualize an atmosphere that motivates students to continue their pursuit of education after they graduate, and instills in them the desire to expand their knowledge every day.
The Warren County School District will dedicate itself to a course of action that brings this vision to life and creates a legacy of pride for all members of our community.
The district also operates the Gifted Support Program, providing gifted and enrichment programs to qualified students during the school day.
Finally, there is the Warren County Career Center. As an area vocational-technical school, the Career Center provides training in a number of vocational fields to students in grades 10 through 12.