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Gettysburg Area School District

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School Board Meeting - 11/16/20

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Gettysburg Area Middle School - Virtual Tour

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Elementary school students thank their teachers

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Aya Soto - Gettysburg Area High School Orchestra Student

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Gettysburg Area School District update and yes, I wore that hard hat throughout the tour of the new

The Gettysburg Area School District is a mid-sized, rural, public school district which serves students in a 185-square-mile (480 km2) area of Adams County, Pennsylvania. The District includes: Gettysburg Borough, as well as Cumberland, Freedom, Highland, Franklin and parts of Mt. Joy and Straban Townships. According to 2000 federal census data, Gettysburg Area School District served a resident population of 26,205 people. By 2010, the District's population increased to 27,614 people. The educational attainment levels for the Gettysburg Area School District population were 87.4% high school graduates and 27.4% college graduates. The District is one of the 500 public school districts of Pennsylvania.
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    • AYP History 

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    • Accountability Block Grant 

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