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HIGH SCHOOL

909 Duss Avenue, Ambridge, PA 15003

MIDDLE SCHOOL

401 First Street, Freedom, PA 15042

ECONOMY ELEMENTARY

1000 First Street, Freedom, PA 15042

HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY

1101 Highland Avenue, Ambridge, PA 15003

STATE STREET ELEMENTARY

600 Harmony Road, Baden, PA 15005

CYBER ACADEMY

Virtual and On-Site Learning Academy

The students in the Ambridge Area School District have extensive opportunities to participate in Academics, Arts, and Athletics to promote student growth and reach their full potential.

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Academics

Our curriculum and instruction actively engage students in problem solving and critical thinking skills. Advanced Placement and Honors courses are available. Additionally, cyber courses and college credit opportunities are offered.

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Arts

Our curriculum is designed to enhance students’ cultural understanding and to develop an appreciation of theatre, music and visual arts. The District is renowned for its Fine Arts Program which encompasses a wide array of choral, drawing, instrumental, and steel drum courses.

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Athletics

Our athletic program sponsors teams that exemplify competitiveness, coaching, and sportsmanship. Ambridge is a member school of the WPIAL (Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League)

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Pink Out
The PINK Out game will be on October 2nd. During the week prior to the game, we are asking students to wear pink to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month. Garnet students are asked to wear pink on September 30th and Gray students are asked to wear pink on October 1st . During the game, we are asking for band, cheer, and football to show their support by adding a pink item to their uniform.

Homecoming
The Senior Class is pleased to be able to celebrate Homecoming on October 16th. We will be having a Homecoming Court and will be conducting voting the week of September 28th through the student’s Teams pages. Homecoming Court will be recognized prior to the football game on October 16th with a parade leading into their acknowledgement on the field, to take place in the Moe Rubenstein Stadium. Parade route information will be forthcoming. At this time, due to COVID-19 regulations there will be no Homecoming Dance. If state guidelines are relaxed, we will consider alterations to these plans that allows a higher rate of participation overall.
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