Steel Valley Senior High School

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3113 Main Street
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: 412.464.3600 x2500
FAX:  412-464-3609 

Meet the Principal Night

Thank you, Richard Bazzy, from Shults Ford!  Mr. Bazzy is a Steel Valley Alumni and awarded eleven- $5,000 scholarships to our 2021 Seniors this year.  We are very appreciative for his generosity.  Check out the story here on  KDKA CLICK HERE

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Course Selections

Course Selections for Grade 9

Course Selections for Grade 10

Course Selections for Grade 11

Course Selections for Grade 12

Updates from Mr. Strom in Regards to Returning to In- Person School

Dear Students and Families,

As you are aware the Steel Valley School District is welcoming students back in to the school buildings on February 1st. At the High School level, students will be attending in-person in a hybrid model and students choosing to learn remotely will receive their assignments asynchronously. More information describing these models is listed below. 


Remote Model:

• Our remote-only learners will receive synchronous instruction and remote support.

• Fully remote learning students will be expected to complete their lessons synchronously via Zoom Monday-Friday.

• Teachers will be available via email, phone and Zoom (if necessary) at the end of each school day (2:11pm-2:51pm) to assist students and answer questions. Friday Synchronous Remote: • Friday morning will be synchronous remote learning for both in person and remote students

• Students should follow the provided schedule for Friday mornings. The Zoom links will be in each of the Google Classrooms.

If you have any questions or concerns about our return to school, please contact the High School office. We look forward to a great rest of the school year at Steel Valley High School.

Friday Schedule

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Recent News

Dear Parents/Guardians: With great sadness I must inform you of the death of one of our administrators.

On Thursday, October 14, at 11:12 AM, a Middle School student connected his device to a television screen in our Middle School cafeteria.

Safe2Say Something" (S2SS) - As a school system, we are committed to creating and sustaining a comprehensive, coordinated effort to improve the overall safety and well being of our students, educators and administrators.