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  • The average public school in Pennsylvania has approximately 585 students (2018-19).
  • The public schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public school in Pennsylvania (by enrollment) is Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School with 9,058 students.

Largest Pennsylvania Public Schools (2018-19)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • MidlandPennsylvania Cyber Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 9,058
    Grades: PK-12652 Midland Ave
    MidlandPA 15059
    (724)643-1180

  • HarrisburgCommonwealth Connections Academy Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 8,877
    Grades: K-124050 Crums Mill Road, Suite 30
    HarrisburgPA 17112
    (717)651-7200

  • King Of PrussiaAgora Cyber Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 8,153
    Grades: K-12590 North Gulph Road
    King Of PrussiaPA 19406
    (610)230-0775

  • Drexel HillUpper Darby Senior High School
    Students: 3,625
    Grades: 9-12601 North Lansdowne Avenue
    Drexel HillPA 19026
    (610)622-7000

  • HazletonHazleton Area High School
    Students: 3,304
    Grades: 9-121601 W 23rd St
    HazletonPA 18202
    (570)459-3221

  • Fairless HillsPennsbury High School
    Students: 3,206
    Grades: 9-12705 Hood Blvd
    Fairless HillsPA 19030
    (215)949-6700

  • AllentownParkland High School
    Students: 3,163
    Grades: 9-122700 N Cedar Crest Blvd
    AllentownPA 18104
    (610)351-5600

  • ReadingReading Senior High School
    Students: 3,141
    Grades: 10-12801 N 13th St
    ReadingPA 19604
    (610)371-5705

  • PhiladelphiaNortheast High School
    Students: 3,108
    Grades: 9-121601 Cottman Ave
    PhiladelphiaPA 19111
    (215)728-5018

  • LansdaleNorth Penn Senior High School
    Students: 2,985
    Grades: 10-121340 S Valley Forge Rd
    LansdalePA 19446
    (215)368-9800

  • ChesterChester Community Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 2,964
    Grades: K-8302 East 5th Street
    ChesterPA 19013
    (610)447-0400

  • BethlehemLiberty High School
    Students: 2,752
    Grades: 9-121115 Linden St
    BethlehemPA 18018
    (610)691-7200

  • EastonEaston Area Middle School
    Students: 2,720
    Grades: 5-81010 Echo Trail
    EastonPA 18040
    (610)250-2613

  • WexfordNorth Allegheny High School
    Students: 2,693
    Grades: 9-1210375 Perry Hwy
    WexfordPA 15090
    (724)934-7200

  • ExtonCollegium Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 2,663
    Grades: K-12535 James Hance Court
    ExtonPA 19341
    (610)903-1300

  • LancasterMccaskey Campus High School
    Students: 2,646
    Grades: 9-12445 N Reservoir St
    LancasterPA 17602
    (717)291-6211

  • EmmausEmmaus High School
    Students: 2,619
    Grades: 9-12500 Macungie Ave
    EmmausPA 18049
    (610)965-1651

  • EastonEaston Area High School
    Students: 2,614
    Grades: 9-122601 William Penn Hwy
    EastonPA 18045
    (610)250-2481

  • AllentownWilliam Allen High School
    Students: 2,611
    Grades: 9-12106 N 17th St
    AllentownPA 18104
    (484)765-5001

  • MechanicsburgCumberland Valley High School
    Students: 2,601
    Grades: 9-126746 Carlisle Pike
    MechanicsburgPA 17050
    (717)766-0217

  • LanghorneNeshaminy High School
    Students: 2,497
    Grades: 9-122001 Old Lincoln Hwy
    LanghornePA 19047
    (215)809-6100

  • West ChesterPennsylvania Leadership Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 2,390
    Grades: PK-121332 Enterprise Dr
    West ChesterPA 19380
    (610)701-3333

  • RoyersfordSpring-ford Shs 9-12 Center
    Students: 2,381
    Grades: 9-12350 S Lewis Rd
    RoyersfordPA 19468
    (610)705-6001

  • PerkasiePennridge High School
    Students: 2,350
    Grades: 9-121228 North Fifth Street
    PerkasiePA 18944
    (215)453-6944

  • HarmonySeneca Valley High School
    Students: 2,336
    Grades: 9-12128 Seneca School Rd
    HarmonyPA 16037
    (724)452-6040

  • ErieMcdowell High School
    Students: 2,319
    Grades: 9-123580 West 38th St
    EriePA 16506
    (814)835-5402

  • King Of PrussiaPennsylvania Virtual Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 2,316
    Grades: K-12630 Park Avenue
    King Of PrussiaPA 19406
    (610)275-8500

  • ReadingReading Intermediate High School
    Students: 2,292
    Grades: 8-10215 North 12th St
    ReadingPA 19604
    (484)258-7365

  • State CollegeState College Area High School
    Students: 2,288
    Grades: 8-12653 Westerly Pkwy
    State CollegePA 16801
    (814)231-1111

  • LandisvilleHempfield Senior High School
    Students: 2,255
    Grades: 9-12200 Stanley Ave
    LandisvillePA 17538
    (717)898-5510

  • PhiladelphiaCentral High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,241
    Grades: 9-121700 W Olney Ave
    PhiladelphiaPA 19141
    (215)276-5262

  • SoudertonSouderton Area Senior High School
    Students: 2,226
    Grades: 9-12625 Lower Road
    SoudertonPA 18964
    (215)723-2808

  • PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Performing Arts Charter SchoolCharter School
    Students: 2,154
    Grades: K-112600 S Broad Street
    PhiladelphiaPA 19145
    (215)551-4000

  • ChambersburgChambersburg Area Senior High School
    Students: 2,131
    Grades: 9-12511 S 6th St
    ChambersburgPA 17201
    (717)261-3328

  • SouthamptonCouncil Rock High School South
    Students: 2,096
    Grades: 9-122002 Rock Way
    SouthamptonPA 18966
    (215)944-1100

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