Hatboro-Horsham School District

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Hatboro-Horsham School District is located in Montgomery County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It encompasses an area of approximately 22 square miles (57 km2) with a population of 30,774 (as of 2003). During the 2001-02, school year the district provided basic educational services to 5365 students with 388 teachers.

The district operates five elementary schools (K-5), one middle school (6-8) and one high school (9-12) in the towns of Horsham and Hatboro. It is an undistinguished district, but is notable for the Keith Valley Challenge, the largest middle school fund-raising event in the country. Currently, the largest amount raised was approximately $52,000.

The Superintendent is Dr. Curtis J. Griffin Ed.D.

The Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education is Mr. John R. Nodecker.

The Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education is Mrs. Monica J. Taylor.


Name Website Level Enrollment Faculty Principal Information
Hatboro-Horsham High School link 9-12 1600 Mr. Dennis M. Williams, Jr.
Keith Valley Middle School link 6-8 1201 Mr. Jonathan Kircher
Blair Mill Elementary School link K-5 416 Ms. Nancy Doherty
Crooked Billet Elementary School link K-5 255 Ms. Kari D. Hill Crooked Billet was built on the Crooked Billet Battle ground
Hallowell Elementary School link K-5 368 Mr. Steve Glaize Hallowell is the replacement school for Horsham Elementary School that was moved from the grassy area from in front of the Naval Air Base to current address.
Pennypack Elementary School link K-5 253 Ms. Amy Roslevege
Simmons Elementary School link 1-5 950 Mrs. Karen Kanter Simmons Elementary School was opened in 1995. Mrs.Kanter was principal for one year at Hallowell Elementary School for one year before Mr.Glaize.
Limekiln-Simmons School link Now known as the Pre-School in the district serving children 4 and under before going of to one of the various elementary schools. In September 1999 the original Simmons building was reopened as Limekiln-Simmons for kindergarten students, the CARE Program, and the Hatboro-Horsham Special Services Department. Currently Limekiln-Simmons is serving as the base of operations for the district's special services department.

Note: Based on district web site June 2011.

External links[edit]