Moon Area School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Moon Township, PA. It has 3,715 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 80% in reading.
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Moon Area School District Reviews
My experience on attending Moon Area High is amazing in many ways because Moon High School haven’t given me anything to complain about. Teachers, parents, principles, students, staff are very well connected we all communicate very well and stay in touch with everything that goes on with the school. We also have many opportunities in school with all the different classes we have like cooking, practical justice, also psychology classes which gives us opportunities on our career choice to learn about some of the things they would teach us in college in school. Moon is a very great school, very disciplined and also friendly makes everyone feel very comfortable and safe and does everything they can to do so.
Overall, my experience at Moon has been great! The sports, and academics have been great and the student body is willing to learn and support each other. The teachers care about you and administration is always looking to improve the school.
The experience at moon was overall very good. The atmosphere was pleasant, teachers and staff were always pleasant and willing to help. Academics are a high priority and the administration makes that clear. The school district is also overall pretty successful in athletics as well. The school board has its issues, just like any other school board. A lot of people complain about the over-involvement of the parents in the area in their children's lives. The area is pretty well off financially and there isn't much diversity because of that.