Principal's Message

On June 1, we will make the decision on whether or not the Senior Dinner Dance and Graduation Ceremony dates need to be pushed back from June to July.  More information to come.      


Student Artwork for School year 19-20

To view some of the students' artwork from the school year 19-20, please click on the below link:


High School Prom

Scheduled for May 1 has now been cancelled.  The prom will be replaced with a Senior Farewell Dinner Dance at Antonelli's Event Center in Irwin on June 19.  The event, only for seniors, will include dinner and dance, Top 20 and Scholarship Recognition, a senior slideshow and other activities.  Students can wear their prom attire or wear semi-casual attire.  A tentative back up date is July 23.

June 4th Athletic Physicals - Postponed

The June 4th Athletic Physicals are postponed at this time. Because of the evolving nature of information during the pandemic, updates for the fall sports season will be provided on an ongoing basis.  Please continue to check our website, for further updates.


Class of 2020 Top 20

This year would have marked the 10th Annual Excellence in Education Luncheon.  Each year the Penn Township Business Association along with the Penn-Trafford Scholarship Foundation host a luncheon to celebrate the TOP 20 students of the graduating class from Penn-Trafford High School.  We are hopeful to celebrate these students at our Senior Dinner Dance in June or July.  Today, please refer to the attached information and help us celebrate the accomplishments of these outstanding students. 

Class of 2020 Top 20


Student Emergency Card

PTSD is now completing online registration for Penn-Trafford School District’s Student Emergency Information. In the past, students have been given Emergency Cards to take home and have their parents complete and then return. This new FamilyID registration process will take the place of the Emergency Cards. 

ALL Student Families MUST complete this Emergency Information Registration, using the link below.

PTSD 2019-20 Student Emergency Card Information Registration


Please be sure to enter all the required information as you will not be able to submit your student's registration until completed. If you have difficulty with your registration, please feel free to contact FamilyID Support at or 781-205-2800.

PTHS students who do not have a completed registration will be placed on Restricted List and will not be able to participate in any Penn-Trafford extracurricular activities.


Upcoming Events

  • School Picnic at Kennywood

    Penn-Trafford High School
  • PTHS Auditorium

    Freshman Orientation

    Penn-Trafford High School
  • First day of school for 20-21 School Year

    Penn-Trafford High School
  • PTHS Open House

    Penn-Trafford High School
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High School Telephone and Fax Information

Main Office - 724-744-4471

Mrs. Long ---

Mrs. Postupac ---

Mrs. Ritchey ---

Guidance Office --- 724-744-4425 (office) ---  724-856-0201 (Fax)

Mrs. Wolfhope ---

Nurses Office --- 724-744-0302 (office) --- 724-259-6476 (Fax)

Nurse Popovich ---

Athletic Office --- 724-744-7252 (office) --- 724-252-4391 (Fax)

Mrs. Martz ---

Attendance Office --- 724-744-4471 ext. 1004 --- 724-256-4062 (Fax)

Mrs. Moorhead ---

Athletic Training Office --- 724-744-0580 (office) --- 724-252-4048

Mrs. Smtih ---


Scheduling Resources

Click here for 2020-2021 scheduling resources:



Student Parking Information

Student parking at Penn-Trafford High School is a privilege and will be offered to Seniors and Junior students in good standing. 

Parking Pass applications will be available on Monday, August 5th at 8:00 am through 

After successfully completing the application, parking passes will be available for pickup starting Monday, August 12th at 8:00 am in the Athletic Office.  In order to receive your permit, you must bring your current drivers license.

Applications will only be accepted if they are fully completed and include a copy of the student’s driver’s license.  Applications must also include the full parking fee of $75.00. Students that are on the restricted list are not permitted to purchase a parking permit until their obligation(s) are fulfilled.

SAFE2SAY Helpline

Penn-Trafford School District is implementing a Safe School Helpline to help prevent threats and dangers to the school community. Safe2Say 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. 


If you see something, say something! The Safe2Say Helpline is a convenient, confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that might affect safety at our school. You can contact Safe2Say any time of the day or night to report concerns.

 In order to utilize Safe2Say Helpline to submit an anonymous tip, you can do one of the following:

  1. Need to use the following website: 
  2. Call 1-844-SAF2SAY. The message is anonymous. The Safe2Say Helpline team triage your message and notify school officials, so appropriate action can be taken.
  3. Use the mobile app.  It is available for Apple and Android devices.


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 Safe2Say Helpline, please contact the school or the administration building. 


Safe2Say Parent Brochure.pdf  

Safe2Say Parent Letter.pdf