West Greene High School (Pennsylvania)

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West Greene High School
1352 Hargus Creek Road
Center Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania
Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370
Type Public High School
School district West Greene
NCES District ID 4225440
Superintendent Mrs. Thelma J. Szarell
NCES School ID 422544007165
Secondary Principal Mr. Scott G. Sakai
Faculty 22
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 284[1] (2009-10 School Term)
Student to teacher ratio 13.3:1
Color(s) Navy Blue and Gold
Song West Greene Alma Mater
Fight song Notre Dame Victory March
Athletics conference PIAA District VII (WPIAL)
Nickname Pioneer
Team name Pioneers
Rival Waynesburg Central High School
Newspaper The Informer
Yearbook Pioneer
Feeder schools West Greene Middle School

West Greene High School is a public High School located six miles west of Waynesburg, the county seat of Greene County, Pennsylvania. There are about 300 students in grades 9-12. The school building is attached to the school's sole feeder, West Greene Middle School.

Vocational education[edit]

Students in grades 10–12 have the opportunity to attend the Greene County Career and Technology Center, located in Franklin Township part-time while attending their home school, in learning a certain trade.


West Greene is a member of both the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association and the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (PIAA District VII)

Sport Name Boys Girls
Baseball Class A
Basketball Class A Class A
Football Class A
Rifle Class AAAA
Softball Class A
Track and Field Class AA Class AA
Volleyball Class A
Wrestling Class AA


  1. ^ "NCES - School Search". US Department of Education. Retrieved 7 January 2012. 

Coordinates: 39°51′13″N 80°16′50″W / 39.85353°N 80.28047°W / 39.85353; -80.28047