Catasauqua Area School District
|Catasauqua Area School District|
|Location of the Catasauqua Area School District in Lehigh and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania.
Dedicated to Educational Excellence
|201 North 14th Street
Catasauqua, Pennsylvania, Lehigh, Northampton, 18032
|Superintendent||Robert J. Spengler|
|Athletics||Boys- Basketball, Football, Baseball Soccer , Wrestling , Track and Field , Volleyball, and Cross Country.
Girls- Basketball, Soccer, Field Hockey, Softball, Track and Field , Volleyball, and Cross Country.
|Athletics conference||Colonial league|
|Sports||Basketball, Football, Baseball Soccer , Wrestling ,Field Hockey, Softball, Track and Field , Volleyball, and Cross Country.|
The Catasauqua Area School District spans portions of two counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. In Lehigh County it covers the Borough of Catasauqua and Hanover Township. In Northampton County it covers the Borough of North Catasauqua. The district operates one high school, one middle school and one elementary school.
In the early 2000s, Catasauqua built a new high school in Northampton and remodeled the former high school, changing it into the Catasauqua Middle School. The old middle school, Lincoln Middle School, was purchased by Allentown developer Abraham Atiyeh at a cost of $900,000.
The former Lincoln Middle School is now the Lehigh Valley Christian High School. This school operates independently, and is not part of the Catasauqua Area School District.
Catasauqua High School achievements
- 1997 Boys Baseball PIAA Class 2A State Champions
- 1988 Girls Basketball PIAA Class 2A State Champions
•Back to back Colonial League Football championships. •Back to back district 11 appearances. •District 11 Football 2A Champions (2013)
Catasauqua Middle School achievements
Gifted Support Program
- Took 1st place at 2006 PBS Digital Innovations Contest
- Took 2nd place and 2007 PBS Digital Innovations Contest
- Took 1st place at 2007 regional Pennsylvania Middle School Computer Fair (CLIU #21)
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