Keystone Oaks School District is located just outside of the City of Pittsburgh and is comprised of the communities of Castle Shannon, Dormont and Green Tree. The District spans 4.5 square miles and has a population of more than 21,000.
The three municipalities are walkable, mixed used communities with easy access to restaurants, specialty shops and other commercial establishments. In addition to the recreational facilities and parks located in each community, those who live in the Keystone Oaks School District are just minutes away from the cultural amenities of the City of Pittsburgh and destinations such as Heinz Field, PNC Park, Consol Energy Center, Station Square, the Golden Triangle and the Cultural District, all of which are easily accessed by Allegheny County's light rail system, The T, and the Port Authority of Allegheny County Public Transportation system.
The Keystone Oaks School District is comprised of three elementary schools, which serve students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The average elementary class size in the District is 22 students.
Keystone Oaks Middle School and Keystone Oaks High School share a campus located just outside of Dormont, in Mt. Lebanon, Pa. The District offers 10 Advanced Placement courses, college in the high school, an honors program as well as opportunities at the Parkway West Career & Technology Center. In 2013, Keystone Oaks High School was ranked as one of the BEST public high schools by US News. Keystone Oaks was ranked among the top 10 percent in both state and national rankings.
The District provides additional learning opportunities outside of the classroom through clubs, activities and athletics. Currently, there are 32 clubs and activities at the high school. Students may choose from among 21 sports at the high school.
The 2014-2015 student enrollment is 1,954. The District currently employs approximately 180 certified professional staff members.
The millage rate for the 2014-2015 fiscal year is 18.63.