Steel Valley Senior High School
3113 Main Street
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: 412.464.3600 x2500
Principal John Strom
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS
Please review and complete the High School Required Forms. Click on the button below to get started. A new window will pop up with a form for you to complete and submit. Please fill out all required fields and make sure you do not close out the window until you have hit submit.
If your student has new or changed medical information for this year, please feel free to use the Health Inventory form as a guide or contact the nurse directly at 412.464.3600 Ext. 2530
Please note that all new or changed medical information must be reported to the school nurse by phone.
High school students who attend the Steel Center for Career and Technical Education should arrive by 7 a.m. as the bus leaves at 7:05 a.m.
All other high school students may enter the building beginning at 7:25 a.m. Students must be in the building and in their first class by 7:55 a.m. Any student arriving after 7:55 a.m. will be tardy.
Dismissal begins at 2:35 p.m. Students are expected to exit in an orderly fashion. Students are not permitted to walk across Griffin Field unless a parent/guardian speaks with building adminstration and provides the appropriate paperwork.
Once our students reach high school, the pathway to success begins to look a little different for each student. Some students may pursue entrance to elite colleges and universities. Others may choose a technical
college, direct entry into the workforce, or a career in the armed services. It’s up to us to provide Steel Valley students with as much information and guidance as possible.
For academically advanced students, Steel Valley offers honors, Advanced Placement, and College In High School courses in language arts, social studies, mathematics and
science. Our electives include a broad selection of courses in the arts and performing arts, family consumer science, technical and informational science, and much more.
Steel Valley is one of the stewards of the Steel Center for Career and Technical Education. Students who opt for this path can pick from 18 career majors that can lead to
industry certificates or college credits, giving them an advantage for possible careers upon graduation.