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Cornwall-Lebanon School District

Cornwall-Lebanon School District
Location
streetaddress = 105 East Evergreen Road
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Lebanon, 17042
United States
Information
Superintendent Joe Kristobak [1]
Grades K-12
Sports Cross Country, Field Hockey, Track and Field, Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Football, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Baseball
Mascot Falcons
Nickname Falcons
Rival Lebanon Cedars
Website

The Cornwall-Lebanon School District is a public school district covering the Boroughs of Cornwall and Mount Gretna and North Cornwall Township, North Lebanon Township, South Lebanon Township, West Cornwall Township and West Lebanon Township in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU 13). The district operates one High School, one Middle School and four Elementary Schools.

Academic Achievements

In October 2009, Cedar Crest High School was named in America's Best High School's, and won for the state of Pennsylvania, and came in the 12th spot in the finals. The school district has been known for good academic achievements, including the National Junior's Science Fair held in the Lebanon Fairgrounds, and Expo Center, and the Honor Roll achievements list was better than almost any other school in South Central Pennsylvania.

Cornwall-Lebanon School District was ranked 98th out of 497 Pennsylvania school districts in 2010 by the Pittsburgh Business Times. The ranking was based on three years of student academic achievement on the PSSA results on: reading, writing, math and two years of science.[2]

2009 - 85th
2008 - 98th
2007 - 112th of 500 school districts in Pennsylvania.[3]

Schools

Elementary Schools

  • Cornwall Elementary, located in historical Cornwall, Pennsylvania, home of the Cornwall Iron Furnace.
  • Ebenezer Elementary, one of the oldest elementary schools in Pennsylvania, then moved to a bigger location, now the largest elementary school.
  • South Lebanon Elementary, located in South Lebanon Township, is the smallest elementary school.
  • Union Canal Elementary, named after the historic Union Canal Tunnel, it is located on the east end of the school district.

Intermediate School

  • Cedar Crest Middle School

Secondary School

External links

  • Cornwall-Lebanon School District Website

References

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