The Selinsgrove Area School District (SASD) home of the “Seals”, is located along Routes 11-15, about halfway between Harrisburg and Williamsport. Covering an area of 105 square miles in Eastern Snyder County, SASD consists of the boroughs of Freeburg, Selinsgrove and Shamokin Dam, and the townships of Chapman, Jackson, Monroe, Penn, Union and Washington.
About 2,600 students are housed in four buildings in a campus setting in the northwestern section of the borough of Selinsgrove adjacent to Susquehanna University. The buildings are: Selinsgrove Area Elementary (K-2), Selinsgrove Area Intermediate (3-5), Selinsgrove Area Middle School (6-8), and Selinsgrove Area High School (9-12) with a staff of 316. The district’s 2018-2019 budget is approximately $43 million.
Recognized for excellence by U.S. News and World Report, as well as Newsweek, the district is proud to provide a well-rounded education to its students. Offerings include core academics, a broad spectrum of the arts, business and technical education, three foreign languages, agricultural courses, advanced placement courses, dual enrollment courses, and a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular activities. In various regional, state, and national competitions, students routinely place among the best. Graduates are well prepared for all post-secondary opportunities, including entering the workforce, obtaining further technical training, or attending college.