Principal's Message

On behalf of all the administrators in the district, I would like to thank all of the Penn-Trafford students and staff for their combined efforts with the Greater Pittsburgh and West Virginia Make-a-Wish Foundation.

A special thanks to Steve Vinton, Kim Stefkovich, Christa Catalano and Dianne Zollner for all their hard work with the telethon, t-shirt sales and letters for the "Believe" campaign.  Together, the district raised more than $50,000.

The money raised helped grant the wishes of six children with events like Disney World trips to meeting the U.S. Women's Soccer Team.

It doesn't end here as I know other organizations will continue raising funds throughout the year.  Please continue participating in events like the upcoming dodgeball tournament to help make wishes come true.


Congratulations to FBLA at States in Hershey this weekend!!!

3rd Place in Web Design - Rachel Sich & Micayla Schambura 
4th Place in Public Speaking - Maura Mallon
8th Place in Business Ethics - Madelyn Blandford, Riley Coy, & Hannah Rupp

Anti-Bullying Campaign 
Ms. Stefkovich and our student representatives, Ava Hammill and Brady Tramuta for representing PTHS at the Anti-Bullying Campaign today.  They have been working with other Westmoreland schools along with the WIU throughout the last few months on what students/schools can begin doing to make cultural changes in improving our learning environment.  Today they did an amazing job facilitating a training for administrators, superintendents and board members on the steps needed from a students perspective.



Warrior Cash Stash, Your Credit Union, is accepting application for employment. They will be accepting applications immediately, and will continue to accept them through Monday, April 16th.   Please click here for the Employment Application.

Penn-Trafford High School Presents -   "GREASE
Friday,  April 6 & 13, 7:30 pm   Saturday,  April 7 & 14, 7:30 pm    Sunday,  April 8 & 15,  3:00 pm

YEARBOOK INFORMATION - The last day to preorder a 2018 PTHS Yearbook is May 11.   Go to to place an order today.


Penn-Trafford High School  (Student Literary Magazine)  "Traces".  VIEW:    "Traces"

PTHS Gymnasium and Athletic Event Security
This is a reminder that no outside food or drink is permitted in the gym or any other athletic venue.  Penn-Trafford reserves the right to search any bags that come into the gymnasium or other athletic event.  These measures are in place for the safety of all of our participants and spectators. Thank you for your cooperation.

Commemorative Tile Order

The Penn-Trafford School District is offering a very unique opportunity for families, students, clubs, teams, organizations, and community groups! We are offering personalized commemorative tiles for purchase that will be permanently displayed in two of the renovation phases at the high school; the athletic annex and the auditorium entrance. Each tile will be 6 x 6 inch squares with full color designs and personalization. Each tile will be $100. Logos are available for sports, music related items, special interests, as well as the Warrior Head,the warrior shield, and arrow. If you have a specific company logo that you’d like to use, please provide a vector image of the logo (.eps, .pdf, .ai).
 Tile Order Form 

Upcoming Events

  • ACT 80 Day - No School

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  • Prom

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  • Choral Concert

    7:30 pm

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  • Thespian Induction

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  • Commencement - 6:30 pm

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  • Early Dismissal - Last Day of Instruction

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  • Last Day of Instruction

    Early Dismissal
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  • Memorial Day

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Safe School Helpline

Penn-Trafford School District is implementing a Safe School Helpline to help prevent threats and dangers to the school community. Safe School helpline is designed to assist you in reporting any wrongdoing that impacts our schools, our students or our staff – anonymously, so as to protect your privacy. For example, you may wish to report acts of violence, potential threats, bullying, harassment, theft, drugs, weapons, or any other dangers that may cause harm. 

In addition to reporting danger, Safe School Helpline also provides a direct link to a live, trained suicide/mental health counselor 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. The helpline provides students with a place to call – anonymously – and talk through what could be the most dangerous half-hour of their life. Unfortunately, youth suicide rate has tripled in the past 30 years, and suicide is the third leading cause of death of students ages 14-19 in the United States.


If you see something, say something! The Safe School Helpline is a convenient, confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that might affect safety at our school. You can call the number any time of the day or night to report concerns.

 In order to utilize Safe School Helpline you can do one of the following:

  1. Need to use the following website:
  2. Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE Ext 359. The message will not be traced, and you will not be identified. The Safe School Helpline team will transcribe your message and notify school officials, so appropriate action can be taken.
  3. TEXT:   66746,  use the word TIPS

Thank you for your continued support to provide a better education for all students in Penn Trafford School District. If you have any questions about the Safe School Helpline, please contact the school or the administration building. 

Scheduling Resources 2018-2019

Please click on the link below for more information regarding 2018-2019 scheduling process:

2018-2019 Scheduling Process

Scholarship Information

2017-18 Prom Information

Back Pack Program

Back to school shopping?  As you back to school shop. please consider purchasing a gift card to Sam's Club, Wal-Mart, or Giant Eagle or food to donate to the Backpacks-to-go program.
Back Pack Program Letter 

Student Parking Information

We are no longer selling parking passes this year.