Brownsville School District

Brownsville Area School District

One Falcon Dr. Brownsville, PA 15417

Phone: (724) 785-2021
Fax: (724) 785-4333


Phone: (724) 785-2021

Brownsville Borough, Redstone Township, Luzerne Township, Brownsville

Enrollment 2015: 1,660

Andy Assad, R.W. "Rocky" Brashear, Terrell Clark, Ronald Dellarose, Andy Dorsey, Richard Gates, John Harvey, Gary Seelye, Cheryl Terravecchia


School board meetings:“ Voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held the Monday prior at the same time and place.


Dr. Philip J. Savini Jr.

Business Manager

William Boucher


Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, (724) 437-2799, Uniontown

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Redstone High School Class of 1959 held its 60th class reunion at Caporella’s in Uniontown. Pictured are (from left) front row: Ed Buchheit, Joe Swinglish, Chuck Colletti and Bob Nedley; middle row: Carol Patterson Blair, Barbara Calvacante, Joann Dobek Rejnin, Merlene Hartsock, John (Jack) Matlock, Nello Frisco, Donna Hennessy Johnson, Clarine Bellan Swift and Pat Harvey Smith; back row: Judy Coughenour Livengood, Carloda Harrison Miracle, Helen Rohaley Stuart, Fred Kott, Bob (Red) Hugh…

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Redstone High School Class of 1955 held its 64th and last reunion at the Ramada By Wyndham, Uniontown. Pictured are (from left) first row: Amelia (Millie) Marcozzi McMinn, Loretta Johnson Leoni, teacher; Ruth E. Sweitzer Simeral; Elsie Grzincic Cerato; Helen Petrasun Kupets; Mary Ann Kozub Lowden; second row: Ronald (Ron) Litchney; Frank Spinetti; Betty Depto Sabatine; Regis Minerd; Frances Galica Duda; Elmer (Emo) Croftcheck; third row: Robert (Bob) Juker; Peter (Pete) Jubeck; Robert (B…

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Students at Brownsville Area High School were introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly with the them, “Future Influencers: #WhyNotMe.” Students were introduced to local career opportunities. Throughout the year, they will be eligible to compete for financial awards in five areas linked with academic and workplace success: Attendance, Academic Improvement, Academic Excellence, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and Community Service. The business…

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Fayette County Association of School Retirees awarded its annual Educational Support Grant to Kathy Lacek of Brownsville Area School District. Lacek is the honors and advanced chemistry teacher at Brownsville Area High School. The grant will be used to purchase five Milwaukee Pocket Sized pH/Temperature Meters for her class. Pictured are (from left) Dr. Darrell Uphold, president; Jane Bock, head of Brownsville Area High School science department, who accepted for Lacek; and Lydia Wargo, …

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Local businesses contributed $70,000 to The Challenge Program, Inc. to support efforts to motivate and reward students during the 2018-19 Program year in Fayette County high schools. Through the program, businesses introduce careers in the community to sophomores, juniors and seniors and challenge students to compete in TCP’s five award categories that directly link to academic and workforce success: attendance, STEM, community service, academic improvement and academic excellence. Addit…

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Brownsville Area Quiz team placed first and second at the Envirothon Junior Meet at Thorp Knob. There were 10 teams total that were from Connellsville, Albert Gallatin North and South, and Uniontown. The Envirothon is a natural resource environmental program where students become experts in different fields of ecological sciences. During the study sessions, students chose different testing fields with a concentration in soils, forestry, wildlife, or aquatics. The main purpose of the prog…

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Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation (PMHF) announced Jayda Jones of Brownsville Area High School is recipient of its 2019 Community Service Scholarship, created in memory of Jamie Ellenberger, who was served by Passavant Memorial Homes Family of Services and an active member in the community. Jones participated in community service, including Light Up Night, Relay for Life, Meals on the Boulevard, Salvation Army and Students in Action. She was also involved in many extracurricular activi…

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The Challenge Program Inc. distributed financial incentive awards to seniors at Brownsville Area High School for excelling in the areas of attendance, STEM, community service, academic improvement and academic excellence. COE Distributing and Ford Business Machines are sponsors of The Challenge Program, Inc. at Brownsville High School. Pictured are (from left) Jayda Jones, SOY finalist; Kyle Phillabaum,STEM; Salanieta Waqanivalu, community service; Sarah Lemesh, academic excellence; Arie…