Halifax Area High School is a public secondary school located in Halifax, Pennsylvania. It is one of two secondary schools in the Halifax Area School District. In 2010 the school served 374 students in grades 9 to 12, with 79 pupils qualifying for a federal free or reduced price lunch due to family poverty. Halifax Area High School is located at 3940 Peters Mountain Road. The school had 31 teachers yielding a student teacher ratio of 12:1.
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