Shaler Area School District is a suburban public school district bordering the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The student enrollment for 2018-19 is 4,162. The district provides a comprehensive educational system from kindergarten through grade 12 and is accredited through the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Instructional areas include regular instruction, special education (including gifted), vocational education, and all necessary support services.
The Shaler Area School District is comprised of the Townships of Shaler and Reserve, and the Boroughs of Etna and Millvale. The district encompasses approximately 14.4 square miles in the North Hills area of Allegheny County and is located approximately 10 miles from the City of Pittsburgh. The district is bounded on the north by Hampton Township; on the northeast by Indiana Township; on the northwest by Ross Township; on the southeast by O’Hara Township; on the south by Sharpsburg Borough and the Allegheny River and on the southwest by the City of Pittsburgh.
The district is comprised of four primary buildings, K – 3, (Burchfield, Marzolf, Reserve, and Scott), an Elementary School (grades 4 – 6), a Middle School (grades 7 – 8) and a High School (grades 9 – 12).