Located in the picturesque Cumberland Valley of south-central Pennsylvania, Greencastle-Antrim School District borders Maryland and is bisected by Interstate 81. It lies south of Chambersburg in Franklin County and covers 72 square miles including the Greencastle Borough and Antrim Township. Transportation is provided for over 90% of more than 3,100 students enrolled in grades K-12.
The school district's four buildings are situated on a 120-acre campus bordered by Ridge Avenue and Leitersburg Street. Dedicated in 1994, the primary school houses kindergarten through grade 2. The elementary school was built in 1981 and serves grades 3 through 5. The middle school, comprised of 6 through 8 was dedicated in 1967. The high school, built in 1960 and renovated in 1994, includes grades 9 through 12. In addition, Greencastle-Antrim School District also houses Tayamentasachta, the school environmental center.
To create and provide opportunities for students to become
lifelong learners and productive citizens.
Our Core Values
Commitment - Respect - Integrity - Standards