Norristown Area School District, PA

Norristown Area School District is a school district located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The school district serves the borough of Norristown, East Norriton Township, and West Norriton Township municipalities in central Montgomery County, just north-west of Philadelphia.

The district is compiled of six elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. The Philadelphia Inquirer has recognized Norristown Area School District as the most diverse district in the Pennsylvanian suburbs of the greater Philadelphia area. As of the 2018-2019 academic year, Mr. Christopher Dormer was appointed to the superintendent for this district.

Norristown Area Schools

  • Cole Manor Elementary School
  • J.K. Gotwals Elementary School
  • W.S. Hancock Elementary School
  • Marshall Street Elementary School
  • Paul V. Fly Elementary School
  • Whitehall Elementary School
  • East Norriton Middle School
  • Eisenhower Science and Technology Leadership Academy
  • Stewart Middle School
  • Norristown Area High School
  • Roosevelt Alternative School

The Norristown Area High School (NAHS) was established in 1870 in the Borough of Norristown and relocated to West Norriton Township in 1972. The student population is about 1900 students in grades 9-12.

The high school utilizes a modified block schedule, offers all core courses in a college prep and weighted honors format, and has entered into a partnership with Montgomery County Community College to offer dual enrollment (both high school and college credit) in a number of courses.

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