• Pottsgrove School Day Hours
    Elementary Schools (Grades K-5):  9:00 a.m. - 3:25 p.m.
    Pottsgrove Middle School (Grades 6-8):  8:07 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
    Pottsgrove High School (Grades 9-12): 7:30 a.m. - 2:17 p.m.
    Elementary Schools...
    The curriculum at the elementary school level includes: English language arts (reading, writing, listening, and speaking), mathematics, science, and social studies. The keystone to our elementary program is a balanced literacy approach that emphasizes the acquisition of a scope and sequence of skills and strategies within the context of reading and writing to ensure that our students become lifelong learners and problem solvers. A developmental guidance curriculum is taught by counselors at all grade levels. Beyond the regular day, the elementary schools have a co-curricular program that includes special area teachers in art, vocal music, instrumental music, specialized curricular areas, health and physical education, speech therapy and English as a second language. Instructional assistants support teaching efforts in many ways. All classrooms are equipped with networked computers, projectors, and document cameras for enrichment in language arts and mathematics.
    Secondary Schools...
    The High School campus houses students in grades 9 through 12. Individualized schedules are provided to all students that reflect a strong core curriculum with the flexibility to explore various academic and personal interests. Vocational-Technical training is available through the Western Montgomery County Technical Career Center to develop occupational and career skills and to prepare students for further education in related fields. The Counseling staff offers a full range of services to students and parents from college and career planning to individual counseling needs. Extensive technology applications include state of the art computer labs, Internet access throughout the building and a full range of computer based curricular offerings. The library houses over 32,000 volumes as well as access to various electronic media. A complete telecommunications studio provides daily student broadcasts integrated with courses designed to prepare students for the twenty-first century. Students also participate in a wide variety of co-curricular programs including interscholastic sports in the Pioneer Athletic Conference, and a nationally recognized Community Service Program all focused on preparing students to be lifelong learners.