Shaler Area High School

Shaler Area High School

381 Wible Run Road Pittsburgh, PA. 15209-1199
Phone: 412-492-1200 Press 8 and Ext. 1500 or 1501
High School Fall Play
Shaler Area High School proudly presents Thornton Wilder's OUR TOWN.  Opening night will be Friday, November 7, 2014 at 7:00 pm.  
Yearbook Orders
Visit or call 1-877-723-6344 to order a 2015 Spectrum yearbook.  The cost is $69.55 if your order is placed before November 26th.  After November 26, the price increases and a limited number of books will be available.  Additional questions call ext. 1700.
Update: District Feasibility/Facility Study
The District has engaged with HHSDR Architects to develop a comprehensive feasibility/facilities study to determine future plans for the school district.  
District Institutes Visitor Management System
The Shaler Area School is pleased to announce that we will begin using a visitor management system in all of our district buildings at the start of the 2014-2015 school year called Raptor.  Upon entering our building all visitors will be required to provide a government issued ID.  Read More...
2014-15 Free and Reduced School Meals
The grace period for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program has expired, please visit the PA School Meals website if you have not applied for breakfast/lunch benefits for your child(ren) for the 2014-15 school year.  
Student Parking
The 2014-2015 parking application is available under the "Quick Links" section.  Students MUST secure a permit before driving to and parking on campus.  All campus parking is by permit only.  Please call ext. 1530 with any questions. 
Join our P.T.O.
The SAHS P.T.O. would like to encourage all families to join our organization.  It is a great way to get connected and hear about all the wonderful activities happening throughout the school year!  Membership Form and Information  
KnowItAll App Released
We are pleased to announce the release of our free eSchoolView KnowItAll App for the Shaler Area School District. It is compatible with all Apple & Android devices. 
Spectator Code of Conduct
Sportsmanship issues continue to be an ongoing concern in high school athletics.  Read More... 
Titans In The News
Do you have news that you would like to share?  Student or teacher awards, accolades and recognitions?  If so, we want to hear about it.
Focus on Academic Achievement

1. Establish a safe and disciplined learning environment that challenges students at all levels, involves parents in their child’s education, and encourages the development of a strong work ethic.

2. Promote collaboration and foster a professional learning community with the primary focus on student achievement through long-term, intensive staff development and high quality instruction.

3. Align the written, taught, and tested curriculum through the development of challenging standards with a focus on reading, writing, speaking, and mathematics, emphasizing mastery of the basics and development of higher level thinking and problem solving skills.

4. Provide a support system that allows all students who fall behind to get extra help, then address those students at more frequent intervals to determine the effectiveness of remediation strategies.

5. Support and enhance the comprehensive arts curriculum (visual, dance, theater, music, and physical education) emphasize components of the district wellness program, and incorporate the functions necessary to develop technologically proficient students.

1800 Mt. Royal Boulevard     Glenshaw, PA. 15116     P 412-492-1200     F 412-492-1236
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