Carlisle High School
is a public high school
located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania
in the United States
, and includes grades 9–12. It is a part of the Carlisle Area School District
which also includes two middle schools (6–8 grades) and seven elementary schools (K–5 grades).
The high school facility comprises four connected buildings. On the west end of the complex is the Emma T. McGowan Building housing students in grades eleven and twelve. On the east end of the complex is the David L. Swartz Building housing students in grades nine and ten. Connecting these two buildings are the Gerald L. Fowler Education Center and the Vocational-Technical Building where the library/media center and the vocational program components are located.
The Carlisle Area School District was ranked 221st out of 498 Pennsylvania school districts in 2008 by the Pittsburgh Business Times
. The ranking was based on three years of student academic performance on the PSSA
for: math, reading, writing and one year of science.Pennsylvania School District Rankings, Pittsburgh Business Times
, May 15, 2009. In 2007, Carlisle Area School District ranked 197th out of 501 Pennsylvania school districts for student academic achievement.Graduation Rate:
<br>2009 - 87%Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children - High... Read More