Award Year: 2015

Youngsville High School

227 College Street
Youngsville, PA, 16371-1109

(814) 563-7573

Mrs. Amy M Beers, Principal at time of Nomination

Warren County School District

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The mission of the Warren County School District is to educationally empower all students to think critically and solve problems through a rigorous curriculum that will provide them with the skills necessary to graduate and pursue a career of their interest.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 3%
  • White: 93%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Two or more races: 3%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: %
Actively engaged at Youngsville High School, PA!

Actively engaged at Youngsville High School, PA!

The students at Youngsville High School (YHS) are challenged to develop their full potential both in and out of the classroom. To accomplish this, YHS has a rigorous, diverse, and creative curriculum to meet the individual needs of our students. Opportunities for students range from job-readiness training for a diverse job market to advanced placement courses that prepare students to compete in the most rigorous college programs.

The principals, faculty, and staff provide a family-like atmosphere that is conducive to student success. While socioeconomic issues are prevalent, the faculty knows how to work with our kids and which supports to provide that will yield positive outcomes. We genuinely share the philosophy that all students can learn and be successful. Our vision, mission, and goals are shared and aligned with the other Warren County School District buildings as required, but our techniques are specific to our student population by ensuring in word and deed that active engagement and effective communication with all stakeholders are keys to creating a successful school community and positive school climate.

Genuine care and concern are demonstrated to the students of this community both during the day and at after school activities. YHS events are highly attended as the school functions as the center of the community. Although this is not uncommon in rural schools, the way in which the community interacts with and supports students who attend this school is unique. In short, we are all in this together!