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Mifflin County School District

The Mifflin County School District is a midsized, rural public school district located in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The district boundaries coincide with the boundaries of Mifflin County, minus the southwestern municipalities of Kistler and Newton Hamilton boroughs and Wayne Township, which are part of the Mount Union Area School District. Mifflin County School District encompasses approximately 362.3 square miles. According to 2000 federal census data, it served a resident population of 46,486. Based on 2010 federal census data, the district's resident population grew to 46,682. The educational attainment levels for the Mifflin County School District population were 81.4% high school graduates and 11.1% college graduates.
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    • Governance 

    • Academic achievement 

    • Mifflin County Junior High School 

    • High school 

    • Special education 

    • Wellness policy 

    • State basic education funding 

    • Race to the Top grant 

    • Real estate taxes 

    • Act 1 Adjusted index 

    • Property tax relief