Ellwood City Area School
The Ellwood City Area School District is committed to
providing students with a high quality education and to prepare them as
responsible citizens in a continually changing world. In the search for
excellence, every effort will be made to create conditions in which all
students can learn. There are four elementary schools to accompany
the junior/senior high school that comprise the Ellwood City Area School District.
Over 900 students attend the Junior and Senior High School.
Lincoln High School's three-story facility contains two
gymnasiums, science and technology laboratories, metal and wood shops
and arts and crafts facilities. The large cafeteria and commons
area accompany the administrative offices near the main entrance to
Lincoln High School.
High expectations have been established for students and staff to foster
an enthusiasm for learning and the mastery of essential skills necessary
to function effectively in the twenty-first century.
The education curriculum at Lincoln High School aims to provide an
well rounded education to all students. Since a large majority of
students continue their education beyond high school, a strong emphasis
is placed on college preparation.
|Lincoln High School
|Lincoln Jr. High
|North Side Elementary
Riverside Beaver County School District
The Riverside Beaver County School District, located
in northeastern Beaver County, PA, is comprised of the townships of
Franklin, Marion, and North Sewickley. Portions of Butler and Lawrence
Counties form the northern and eastern boundaries of the school
district, and the Beaver River forms the western border. It covers an
area of approximately 48.23 square miles and has a population of nearly
11,000 residents. The student population is 2,128, which classifies it
as a AA school in Pennsylvania.
The Riverside Beaver County School District will forge a dynamic
learning partnership with the community to create enthusiasm, excellence
and integrity in education.
Holy Redeemer School
Holy Redeemer School is a privately supported
educational institution offering curriculum for students in Pre-K - 6th
grade and welcoming all faiths. Founded in 1945, it has long been
recognized as an elementary education leader. Believing education is one
of the most important ways by which a Church fulfills its commitment to
the dignity and uniqueness of the person, Holy Redeemer School exists
to provide a high quality of Christian living and education for the
people of Ellwood City and surrounding areas.
Area Colleges & Universities
The Borough of Ellwood City is located within
40 miles of six major colleges or universities with enrollment over 2,000,
making Ellwood City a perfect spot for commuters or students attending
graduate schooling. Below are the colleges or universities with
enrollment over 2,000 and their distance away from the Borough of
Geneva College: (8
Slippery Rock University: (21 miles northeast)
Grove City College: (26 miles north)
Robert Morris University: (29 miles south)
Youngstown State University: (30 miles northwest)
University of Pittsburgh: (35 miles southeast)
Ellwood City Public Library
Ellwood City Area Public Library offers over
45,000 items, ranging from large-print books, to magazines, to audio and
videotapes and offers all citizens the right to obtain information and
knowledge in order to participate in the democratic process. The library
offers preschool story telling hours on the weekends and is a main
coordinator of the Story Telling Festival held annually in Ewing Park.
The library is open Monday through Thursday -- 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday
-- 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday -- 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.