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Allentown Schools Guide: Emmaus High School

Emmaus High School, located in Emmaus, Pennsylvania is home to 2,663 students from grades 9 through 12 with a graduation rate (2008) of 94%. It is part of the East Penn School District.

Emmaus High School is proud to be known for its academic excellence. 56% of 2009 graduates are attending four-year colleges or universities. Another 23% are attending two-year colleges and 2% are attending business, nursing or technical schools for a total of 81% of 2009 graduates seeking higher education.

School Basics

Emmaus High School
500 Macungie Avenue
Emmaus, PA 18049 (map)
Phone: 610-965-1650
School website 

District: East Penn School District

Principal: David Piperato 
Assistant Principal: Janine Mathesz 

Test Scores Overview

PSSA:
Writing – 96%
Reading – 82%
Math – 73%
Science – 56%

# of teachers – 154
# of students – 2,663

Ethnicity

Caucasian – 86%
Hispanic – 5%
Asian/Pacific Islander – 5%

African American – 4%
American Indian/Alaskan Native – less than 1%
 

Comments

  • K. Wilkerson - Lansing School Rankings Examiner 4 years ago

    This is an excellent summary. I have been learning a lot from reading other School Rankings reports from around the country and learning about how other cities compare with the Lansing area. I will continue to visit often and will comment when possible. Best wishes!
    Kristen

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