Carlynton Junior-Senior High School is a large, contemporary school building providing classes for nearly 800 students in six grades.
The Carlynton School District was formed under the mandate of the Legislature of Pennsylvania in the mid 1960's. The new school district was comprised of the former school districts of Carnegie, Rosslyn Farms and Crafton. The name Carlynton was derived from the jointure of Carnegie, Rosslyn Farms, and Crafton boroughs.
The population of the Carlynton School District, kindergarten to grade 12, is about 1,600 students.
Both elementary buildings house students in grades kindergarten to six, while the junior-senior high school encompasses those students in the seventh through the twelfth grades.
During the school year, Carlynton High School is open weekdays 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and other days/times depending on the event or program.
The school has its own parking lot.