With a commitment to excellence, the Chartiers Valley School District provides a safe, caring environment where students can receive a quality education. The home, school and community participate as partners to ensure that all students have an opportunity to maximize their own unique potential. Mutual respect and self-worth are fostered as essential qualities. Emphasis is placed on enabling each student to adapt to change, to recognize the value of lifelong learning and to become a contributing member of a global society.
The area the district serves the communities around Chartiers Creek, a tributary of the Ohio River named after trapper Pierre Chartier who established a trading post at the mouth of the creek in 1743.
Chartiers Valley High School, which was accredited by the Middle States Association in 2005, has approximately 1,200 students in Grades 9 to 12. When students reach the high school, they are eligible to participate in a plethora of activities which include: ski club, intramural sports, student council, yearbook, newspaper, National Honor Society, Teen Institute, Interact Club, Renaissance, band, show band, dance, theater, chorus, integrated studies block and many different interscholastic sports.
Varies per event or time of the year; call for information.
Free, on-site parking is available.