Antietam Middle/High School
The school district encompasses just 5 square miles and has a little over 1,100 students registered in kindergarten through high school. Antietam School District operates three schools: Antietam Middle/Senior High School (7th–12th), Mount Penn Elementary Center (2nd–6th) and Mount Penn Primary Center (K-1st). It offers a variety of clubs, activities and interscholastic athletics for its students.School Calendar
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Antietam is the smallest school district in Berks County.
But, what it lacks for in size it makes up for in character. A variety of charming architectural styles, including some beautiful, Spanish style homes and townhomes, make Mt. Penn a jewel of a town for any potential homeowner. Mt. Penn is predominantly a residential community of 7,500 residents. And despite its small footprint, there are plenty of restaurants, parks and nearby attractions to keep families happy in their own backyard.
The school district encompasses just 5 square miles and has a little over 1,100 students registered in kindergarten through high school. Antietam School District operates three schools: Antietam Middle/Senior High School (7th–12th), Mount Penn Elementary Center (2nd–6th) and Mount Penn Primary Center (K-1st). It offers a variety of clubs, activities and interscholastic athletics for its students.
Homeowners can enjoy plenty of outdoor recreation including athletic fields, parks and the Pennside pool, which is the largest pool in Berks County. Families will enjoy the opportunity for their children to run and play outside while being conveniently located to major transportation routes, plenty of shopping and restaurants including Esposito’s Pizza, Pennside Drive-In, Klinger’s, Liberty Tap Room, Frank & Diannah’s Arbor Inn and Anthony’s Trattoria. The stately Stokesay Castle and the lively Liederkranz German club are located nearby, as are all the retail opportunities of Exeter Township.
The local Antietam Valley Community Partnership (AVCP), founded in 2011, is working to build community spirit and a better quality of life in and around the Antietam School District. AVCP has developed a series of community events including free outdoor movies and concerts, a free summer playground program, a holiday tree lighting celebration, the very popular Antietam Valley Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market at Carsonia Park and a Craft Beer event.
For those looking for a gem of a school district, where students can enjoy small class sizes and personal attention from teachers, Antietam School District is the choice for you. Homeowners will enjoy the pride of their small town while living close to urban and suburban neighborhoods offering modern conveniences. From historic homes to newer developments, Farmers’ markets and unique dining experiences, this area could be your new hometown.
Check out the full calendar of events for Antietam School District.