Minersville Area School District

Dedicated to Educational Excellence

  • Welcome to the Minersville Area School District

    It is the mission of the Minersville Area School District, in conjunction with dedicated parents and community, to develop in each of our students the desire to be life-long learners.  By providing a safe educational environment, a dedicated staff, and a curriculum designed to challenge the diverse talents and needs of our students, we can achieve this mission and provide our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the needs of a changing society.


  • For a list of the Fall All Star Teams, please click (HERE)

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  • Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Scholar Athletes


    Football – Noah Woodford

    Girls’ Soccer  – Madolyn Purcell

    Boys’ Soccer – Maxwell Wigoda

    Overall Female – Kaylee Whalen

    Overall Male – Dominic Pizzico

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  • We are pleased to announce that beginning on January 2nd 2020 the Minersville Area School District will be offering Universal Free Breakfast to all students. Students will be offered one reimbursable breakfast each day at no cost to them. This is a district wide program and will be available for grades K-12. Please contact the food service department with any questions. 570-544-4764 extension 2703

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  • For information on the 2020 yearbook click (here).

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  • The Minersville School District is in the process of installing the School Gate Guardian Visitor System in all of our buildings.  This system will better allow us to manage visitors coming and going from the school buildings, with the added feature of checking for known offenders, and unwanted visitors.  Installation has been completed at the High School and a driver’s license will be required each time you enter the building, regardless of the reason for your visit.      

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  • Hiring Bus Drivers

    Contact Bill Renninger at 570-695-3665

    Will train!

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  • Parents of students in the Early Childhood Center and the Elementary Center please be sure to review information on the websites for each school building.

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