At Central Mountain High School we offer an inclusive environment that pushes students to achieve at their highest potential. During the 2021-2022 school year we will be continuing to work to align our school goals to the KCSD Vision Statement, Mission Statement, and Shared Values.
Central Mountain is the larger of the two public high schools in Keystone Central School District. Enrollments for grades 9-12 range from 1100 to 1200 and the senior class size is from 275-300 students.
Central Mountain High School's curriculum is driven by the belief that we should offer every student an opportunity to obtain academic, vocational/technical and good citizenship skills necessary to become productive members of their community.
We offer over 175 courses taught on a block schedule to fit the individual needs of our students through face-to-face instruction or our online learning platform. Honors and Advanced Placement course are offered in all core subjects. Dual enrollment opportunities are available through Lock Haven University, Penn College and Lackawanna among other colleges and universities. These credits are applicable at many institutions of higher learning.
Beyond the multitude of academic options available, there are over twenty school clubs offered and a variety of curricular and co-curricular opportunities ranging from athletics to fine arts programs.
Attention SENIORS: Friday November 12, 2021 from 8:00am-10:00am will be your final opportunity to have your portrait taken.
STUDENT PARKING PERMIT APPLICATION
You will need the following:
Valid Driver's License, Registration, Insurance Card, Current Pa Inspection
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