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About the District

Moon Area School District Campus

Moon Area School District (MASD) is situated in Allegheny County and educates more than 3,700 students from Moon and Crescent townships, who attend classes in seven buildings, including one high school, one middle school, and five elementary buildings.

The school district covers an approximate 26-square mile attendance area and is located 15 miles from Pittsburgh and minutes from the Pittsburgh International Airport. Moon Area School District offers a completely renovated 30-acre secondary campus which utilizes state-of-the-art technologies to foster student learning and support program development. The campus showcases spectacular athletic fields and courts, modern auditoriums, and unmatched amenities for students, staff, and community members. 

University Boulevard serves as the boundary line for elementary school attendance zones. Those residing on the Robert Morris University side attend Brooks Elementary (K-4), Hyde Elementary (K-4), and McCormick Elementary (K-4). Those on the Giant Eagle side attend Bon Meade Elementary (K-4) and Allard Elementary (K-4). The middle school serves all students in grades 5-8 and the high school serves the traditional grades of 9-12.


Strong Academics

Over 450 district staff members are committed to helping all students reach their full potential for success. Moon Area students consistently perform above state and national averages on standardized testing. Course offerings at each grade level reflect a broad scope of opportunities for students to attain a well-rounded education that focuses on critical thinking and problem-solving skills. 


Technology Leader

Moon Area School District knows that technology plays an integral part in interactive learning. With this in mind, Moon Area High School implemented a one-for-one initiative that provides each student with a laptop throughout high school. iPads and tablets are used in all buildings to apply classroom concepts to hands-on activities via technology. 


Diverse Activities

The district recognizes that student interaction in activities during and after school hours teaches valuable lessons not available in the classroom, including a wide variety of academic, co-curricular, and extra-curricular options in musical and athletic endeavors at all levels. We have provided after-school STEM/STEAM enrichment opportunities for our elementary schools through High-Tech Learning. MASD continually partners with local experts to incorporate hands-on learning experiences with students in curriculum concepts. 


Moon and Crescent Townships

The townships of Crescent and Moon serve approximately 26,700 residents. Moon Township was founded in 1788 and is the oldest township in Allegheny County. Moon Township covers a total of 24.2 square miles and is home to approximately 24,000 residents. Robert Morris University and several national corporations have also made Moon their home. Local business headquarters include FedEx Ground, GlaxoSmithKline, Eaton Electrical Group, Nova Chemicals, Inc., Michael Baker Corporation, and Chevron. The Township of Crescent was created in 1855 and currently has a population of around 2,700 residents and a total area of 2.3 square miles. Referred to as the “Gateway to Allegheny County,” Crescent Township serves as a small community to its residents who desire to have that hometown feel while still being close to the City.