Titusville Area High School

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Titusville Area High School
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Titusville Area High School
302 E. Walnut Street

School typePublic High School
School district Titusville Area
PrincipalPhillip Knapp
Faculty40.80 (FTE) [1]
Enrollment539 (2018-19) [1]
Student to teacher ratio13.21 [1]
Color(s)Brown and Gold
Athletics conference PIAA District X
Feeder schoolsTitusville Middle School
Website Titusville Area High School

Titusville Area High School is a public high school in Titusville, Pennsylvania. The school serves about 660 students in grades 9-12. The main feeder school is Titusville Middle School.


School history

Titusville Area High School was originally constructed [2] in 1931. It was financed and given to the community by Mary Colestock in honor of her husband. Subsequent additions took place in 1941, 1957, and 1965, at which time the junior high wing was added. More additions, along with a major renovation took place in 1979, at which time a 25-meter swimming pool was added. The junior high students moved from the school to a sole middle school building in 1999, after which, a major renovation took place to the entire structure including improvements for energy-efficiency and student safety.

Titusville High School has an active alumni association that was organized in 1996 and has an endowed scholarship fund that exceeds one million dollars.[ citation needed ] Ida Tarbell graduated from Titusville High School in 1896 and is one of its most famous graduates. Another well-known graduate was John Heisman who began his football career by playing on the high school team for three years before graduating in 1887.


Titusville Area is part of PIAA District 10 [3]

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  1. 1 2 3 "Titusville SHS". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved May 4, 2020.
  2. History of Titusville Schools - Titusville Area SD
  3. PIAA - Schools - Directory - Titusville Area High School

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