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The formative years. It seems like such an overly simplified way to describe a child’s K-12 education.

As an educator and leader, I have come to see with my own eyes that there’s much that happens during the many years we are preparing students. We start building a student’s educational foundation with vital rudimentary skills and finish with some of the most advanced opportunities that put our students on a clear path to success. In between, there are many engagement opportunities through activities, athletics, clubs and social events.

So much of the fabric of who our students and graduates are today is absolutely based on the influences they experience while in our classrooms, hallways and on our fields. Post high school educational institutions and workforce experiences certainly shape a student based on an academic major or specific interest; but a student’s future truly starts when they first set foot in our schools.

Our mission is to assist each of them as they discover the gifts and talents they possess, and then feed their desire to reach the next level. All of us work to steer students to a higher level of learning. It is our responsibility to reach children at this level, engaging them and igniting a spark as they move through the grades and schools that lead to their graduation, and as they plan for their next steps.

We take very seriously our role in teaching and reaching students while they are with us. In these pages are the results of our efforts. I have found there are the coveted times when students or graduates thank us, but we aren’t in the profession for the accolades. We choose to do it because we are drawn to helping children and because we know The Future Starts Here.

I’m proud and honored to be part of this district and to be your leader as we review the 2016-17 school year and strive to complete a successful 2017-18 school year.


Dr. Tracy Vitale
Superintendent of Schools

2016-17 School Board

To learn more about each board member, click on their picture.

Mr. Eric O. DiTullio
2016 Board President
(2017, 2018 Board Vice President)

Lancaster and Forward Townships, Region 8

Mr. James Nickel
2016 Board Vice President
(2017, 2018 Board President)

Cranberry Township West I and West II, Region 2

Ms. Susan Harrison

Cranberry Township West III, Region 3

Mr. Timothy Hester

Cranberry Township East III and West V, Region 5

Rev. Reid Moon

Zelienople Borough, Region 6

Mr. Frederick Peterson Jr.

Cranberry Township West IV and West VI, Region 4

Mr. James K. Welsh

Callery and Harmony Boroughs and Jackson Township, Region 9

Ms. Kathy H. Whittle

Evans City and Seven Fields Boroughs, Region 7

Ms. Jeanette O. Lahm

Cranberry Township East I and II,
Region 1.
Ms. Lahm left the board in June 2017 due to relocation.

Ms. Leslie Bredl

Appointed to replace Ms. Lahm
in June 2017 Elected to Board seat in Nov. 2017 Cranberry Township East I and II, Region 1

School Board Meeting Information

The agenda development (work session) meetings are typically held at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month, and the regular action board meeting is typically held at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. These meetings are open to the public and allow for public comment.

Meetings may be moved to accommodate a holiday. For more information, contact the board secretary at (724) 452-6040, ext. 1638.

If you require special accommodations to participate in the proceedings, please call Ms. Kyra Bobak, human resources director, at (724) 452-6040, ext. 1760 or via email at bobakka@svsd.net.

School Board meeting agendas and minutes can be found on the school district website at www.svsd.net/school_board. Please note that board meeting minutes must be approved at the next month’s meeting before they can be posted.

2016-17 AWARDS

To learn more about each award, click on the individual ribbon.

Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Roll

Seneca Valley School District was one of 433 school districts in the U.S. and Canada to be honored by the College Board with placement on the 7th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. To be included on the 7th Annual Honor Roll, Seneca Valley School District had to, since 2014, increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. Reaching the goals demonstrates that the district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for AP.

Seneca Valley School District is committed to expanding the availability of AP courses among prepared and motivated students of all backgrounds. Inclusion on the 7th Annual AP District Honor Roll is based on a review of three years of AP data, from 2014 to 2016, looking across 37 AP Exams, including world language and culture.


Seneca Valley routinely makes the “Best of…” lists as posted by Niche.com, best school districts in Pennsylvania, best place to teach, best elementary schools and more.

Schools to Watch

Seneca Valley Middle School (SVMS) was one of only 11 exemplary Middle Grades Schools in Pennsylvania to be named a 2017 PA Don Eichhorn Schools: “Schools to Watch” (PA STW) as part of a recognition program developed by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform. The program is an elite partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education, Duquesne University, Edinboro University, Shippensburg University, Horace Mann Service Corporation, and Vibra Life. Seneca Valley Middle School received this honor as a second PA STW redesignation after receiving the initial recognition six years ago. The first redesignation was awarded in 2014.

State leaders selected each school for its academic excellence, its responsiveness to the needs and interests of young adolescents, and its commitment to helping all students achieve at high levels. In addition, each school has strong leadership, teachers who work together to improve curriculum and instruction, and a commitment to assessment and accountability to bring about continuous improvement.


Seneca Valley earned four awards in the National School Public Relations Association’s (NSPRA) 2017 Publications and Electronic Media Contest and two awards in the Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association’s (PenSPRA) “Excellence in Education Communications” 2016 Contest.

Seneca Valley School District’s “Proud of the Past, Committed to the Future” Video won an Award of Excellence, which is the highest recognition from NSPRA. In the video contest, there were 268 entries and SV was one of only four schools in their category to be nationally recognized. To watch the full video, visit our Annual Report “Bonus” section at www.svsd.net/Bonus.

In addition, the Seneca Valley communications department received an Award of Merit for the 2015-16 Annual Report #SV50Years, an Award of Merit for Seneca Valley’s opening day speech titled “Live Your Passion,” and an Award of Merit for Seneca Valley’s “2016-17 Review” brochure.

In PenSPRA’s Contest, the Seneca Valley Communications Department received an Award of Honor for the 2016-17 SV Calendar “Seneca Valley Art,” and an Award of Honor for Seneca Valley’s “2016-17 Review” brochure.

PA Principals Association

Evans City Elementary and Middle Schools, along with principals Lauri Pendred of Evans City Elementary School and Marie Palano of Evans City Middle School, were named winners of the 2016 Pennsylvania Principals Association Bob D. Schiller Memorial Cancer Research and Support Award, sponsored by Lincoln Investment Planning, Inc., for their annual STOMP Out Cancer campaign.

STOMP is an acronym for Saulle’s Teddy bear Official Memorial Parade. Over the course of eight years, the parade/walk has raised more than $120,000 with all proceeds going to the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute for cancer research.

The association award is presented to schools and principals who have promoted programs that support cancer research or survivors of cancer. In addition to the award designation, Evans City also received a $2,000 check to put toward future STOMP events.

Title I

Haine Elementary School has been named a 2016-17 Distinguished School under the federal guidelines for Title I Schools. Haine Elementary is among the 179 Title I Distinguished schools from across the Commonwealth to receive the designation from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and now joins the top 5 percent based on composite scores for math, English and language arts on state achievement exams. Haine Elementary also met measurable attendance objectives as outlined in the awards program.

Title I is a federally funded program that supports schools with high poverty levels who meet state performance standards. Haine Elementary qualifies for Title I targeted support, which allows specific children in grades kindergarten through third grade the opportunity to receive this intervention program. Title I instruction is delivered in a small group setting in addition to regular classroom instruction.

National RAMP

Evans City Elementary School has been named a national American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) for making an exemplary commitment to comprehensive school counseling programs. The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment. Only 650 schools have been designated as RAMP since the program’s inception in 2004.

Evans City Elementary School Counselor Kayla Snyder led the application process and was recognized by staff during an awards celebration at the school that recognized her efforts to help students. RAMP applications are reviewed once a year by a panel of school counseling professionals, who assess a school counseling program in 12 different areas of program expertise.

Check out our many student achievements and accolades at www.svsd.net/RaiderPride.


To learn more about enrollment, click on the headings below.

School K 1 2 3 4 Total
C.V. Elementary School 137 126 163 163 137 726
Evans City Elementary School 103 114 116 106 120 559
Haine Elementary School 161 147 143 177 149 777
Rowan Elementary School 89 100 83 98 111 481
District Total 490 487 505 544 517 2543
School 5 6 Total
Evans City Middle School 254 253 507
Haine Middle School 300 313 613
District Total 554 566 1120
School 7 8 Total
Seneca Valley Middle School 600 577 1177
School 9 10 11 12 Total
Seneca Valley High School
(Intermediate & Senior High
Schools combined)
573 602 552 594 2321
Seneca Valley School Total - 7161
Staff Population
Professional Staff,
Administration, Teachers
Classified Staff 249
Total District Employment 840

Finding common ground in uncommon spaces

We are an established school district rich in tradition and academic excellence. We prepare our students for tomorrow in nine facilities that cover a total of 150 acres.

To view uncommon spaces, click each circle.

Click on each image to learn more.

Seneca Valley Academy of Choice

Courses offered: 219

Grades served: K-12

School year students: 1,000+ K-12 students participated in full-time, hybrid* and blended** learning combined in 2016-17.

Hybrid learning is either courses are offered as traditional or cyber only. Students can take one or more online courses during the school day or in addition to the traditional school day.

Blended learning is cyber and traditional classroom work for one course. Students can take courses with the assistance of a teacher within the classroom

Partnering districts: 44

SVAOC Outreach Program for Technology (OPT) provides outside school districts to partner with Seneca Valley to save money and enable their district to provide current students cyber education. Students can utilize this virtual education to create a more flexible schedule, explore career options and ultimately earn credits toward graduation.

To learn more about SVAOC, visit: www.svsd.net/SVAOC.

Mission Statement

In collaboration with family and community, the mission of the Seneca Valley School District is to provide a nurturing and safe environment with academically challenging opportunities, emphasizing digital citizenship, innovation, and global awareness in order to prepare our students to be productive and contributing citizens.


2017 Graduates Post-Secondary Plans

  • Education beyond SV, 2017............................ 90%
  • 4-year college...................................... 72%
  • 2-year college...................................... 15%
  • Technical schools.................................. 3%
  • Employed/Military/Other..................................10%

Here’s a sampling of the colleges and universities chosen by 2017 graduates:

  • Butler County Community College
  • Carlow College
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Duquesne University
  • John Carroll University
  • LaRoche College
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • New York University
  • North Carolina State University
  • Pennsylvania State University
  • Point Park University
  • Purdue University
  • Saint Francis University
  • Slippery Rock University
  • The Ohio State University
  • The University of Alabama
  • United States Coast Guard Academy
  • United States Naval Academy
  • University of Florida
  • University of Louisville
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of Southern California
  • Virginia Tech
  • Westminster College

2016-17 AP Scholars

Students at Seneca Valley High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program (AP) provides students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP Exams. At Seneca Valley, the increased course offerings in Advanced Placement, combined with a growth of interest on the part of students led the District to increase AP student scholars.The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on students’ performance on AP Exams:

2 SV students who qualified as National AP Scholars, which is granted to students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.

35 SV students who qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.

21 SV students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.

44 SV students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher.

Bright futures - Class of 2017

  • 123 senior members of the National Honor Society
  • 8 National Merit Qualifiers
  • 4 National Merit Commended Students
  • 7 National Merit Semifinalists
  • 7 National Merit Finalists
  • 4 Special Corporate Scholarships
  • 1 Foreign Exchange Student
  • 220 Students graduating with Highest Honor (4.0 or higher)
  • 54 Students graduating with High Honor Roll (3.75-3.99)
  • 151 Students graduating with Honor Roll (3.2-3.74)


Click each test to see scores.

2017 SAT Scores
& Writing
Math Total
Seneca Valley 569 566 1135
State Norms 540 533 1073
National Norms 533 527 1060
2017 ACT Scores
Seneca Valley State (PA)
Composite 24.4 23.7
2016-17 Keystone Testing Results
Test Seneca Valley
% Proficient
State (PA)
% Proficient
Algebra I 74.1 65.6
Biology 83.8 63.4
Literature 80.0 72.7
The Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to evaluate proficiency in academic content. Beginning with the class of 2017, students must demonstrate proficiency on the Algebra I, Literature, and Biology Keystone Exams to graduate.

2016-17 Pennsylvania System of Scholastic Assessment Results (PSSA)

ELA - English/Language Arts

Grade 3
Math ELA
Seneca Valley 75% 83.2%
State (PA) 54.5% 64.6%
Grade 4
Math ELA Science
Seneca Valley 67.1% 83.4% 91.8%
State (PA) 46.6% 60.9% 74.5%
Grade 5
Math ELA
Seneca Valley 67.7% 80.5%
State (PA) 43.8% 59.6%
Grade 6
Math ELA
Seneca Valley 65.4% 84.9%
State (PA) 40.3% 63.6%
Grade 7
Math ELA
Seneca Valley 57.5% 79.2%
State (PA) 37.8% 59.5%
Grade 7
Math ELA Science
Seneca Valley 54.3% 81.5% 75%
State (PA) 32.5% 58.9% 52.7%

Vision Statement

Seneca Valley School District will continue to foster academic integrity, offer advanced educational opportunities, and serve as an innovative leader in education while preparing all students to be productive members of society.

Special Education

Not your ordinary cup of joe

Raider Roast, the senior high school coffee shop run by exceptional students in grades 9-12, had its grand opening on Feb. 9, 2017 and it was a tremendous success!

The goal is for students to develop and enhance vocational skills in order to obtain and maintain competitive employment in the local community.

Just as students would do outside of school, all employees must go through an interview process to work in the shop. Positions in the coffee shop include cashier, barista, prep, and customer service. Current operating hours are 7:34 - 10:45 a.m. There are 16 students who work each day with a total of 51 students that rotate through the schedule each week.

“It’s not just a coffee shop, it is so much more for them,” said Jess Pyle, Seneca Valley Transition Coordinator.

The goal is to take part in a supported learning experience so students can gain skills to take into the community. Not only do students improve their vocational training skills, their social skills are also enhanced through interaction with their peers.

Special Education

The Seneca Valley School District’s Special Education Department is committed to meeting the needs of students with disabilities and helping them reach their potential. The Seneca Valley School District offers a continuum of services and placement options to meet the needs of each student. Services include but are not limited to:

Life Skills Support Emotional Support Learning Support Autistic Support Speech and Language Support

In addition, services for eligible students may also be provided by Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV (MIU-IV). Services provided by MIU-IV may be provided in the district by itinerant MIU-IV staff or in multi-district programs. Multi-district programs include: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Support, Blind-Visually Impaired Support, Life Skills Support, Autistic Support, Speech/Language Support and Multiple Disabilities Support.

2016-17 Special Education Programs included the following:

  • Community based vocation training
  • On-the-job training
  • On-campus vocational training (See one example of this in “Not your ordinary cup of joe” article above)
  • Shopping
  • Banking
  • Community based travel instruction
  • Independent living room
  • Best Buddies

To read more about these program highlights, visit our Annual Report “Bonus” section at www.svsd.net/Bonus.

Gifted Education

If a student demonstrates a potential need for gifted services, a multidisciplinary evaluation is conducted to determine if the child is in need of special programming. The evaluation process may be initiated by school staff or by a child’s parent, who may do so by contacting the building principal.

The amount and type of gifted support to be received by a student is determined on an individual basis annually by the child’s Gifted Individualized Education Program (GIEP) team, of which the parent is a very important member.


Click to learn more about the budget.

2016-17 Revenue/Fund Balance Use
Total Revenue $121,505,081 100.00%
Local Revenue $84,914,023 69.89%
State Revenue 33,648,577 27.69%
Federal Revenue 319,000 .26%
Fund Balance Use 2,623,481 2.16%
TOTAL $121,505,081 100.00%

The primary source of Local Revenue for Seneca Valley are real estate and earned income taxes. Also included in Local Revenue are federal funds that pass through our intermediate unit, as well as funds generated when Seneca Valley provides cyber services to outside school districts. We are cognizant of the significance – and take very seriously – the responsibility that comes with spending revenue from local sources (see expenditures).

2016-17 Expenditures Total Expenditures $121,505,081 100.00%
Instruction $76,134,998 62.66%
Instructional Support Services 32,992,348 27.15%
Non-Instructional Support Services 1,800,910 1.48%
Facilities Acquision & Improvemnet 25,000 .02%
Debt Service 9,801,825 8.07%
Budget Reserve / Contingency 750,000 .62%
TOTAL $121,505,081 100.00%

Instructional Services account for more than 60 percent of the expenditures budget and provide educational services for regular, special and vocational education. Our Instructional Support Services provide logistical support to further enhance and facilitate instruction, and includes guidance and pupil health. We are committed to maintaining an expenditures budget that provides the tools necessary for maximum student success.

To view the budget in its entirety, visit www.svsd.net/Bonus.

2016-17 Seneca Valley Budget

The board has and will continue to focus on reducing spending and finding new revenue streams while pursuing cost avoidance efforts. The budget helps, in part, to support ongoing technology and curriculum improvements and maintains our district facilities.

The final document is a product that was developed with the cooperation and effort of the board, administration and staff. The process and final budget provides for the best education possible for our students as well as sensitivity to the burden of expense on the local taxpayer.

2016-17 Final Budget General Information


  • Increase of $5,638,765 over 2015-16
  • Real estate millage increased 3.1 mills from 119.9 to 123, consisting of Index of 2.88 mills and Exceptions of .22 mills (1.4 mills of Exceptions permitted)
  • Value of a mill increased to $562,696, a 2.6% increase over 2015-16
  • Other tax lines increased to reflect current collections, delinquent tax lines reduced
  • Basic Ed, Special Ed and Ready to Learn subsidies increased to reflect current information for 2015-16
  • Transportation subsidy increased to reflect current data and costs
  • State subsidy for social security and PSERS increased to reflect 50% of budgeted expenses


  • Increase of $6,024,084 over 2015-16
  • PSERS increase from 25.84% to 30.03% - rate increase of 16.22%, accounts for approx. $2.75M
  • Healthcare increase - $345,000
  • Overall benefits increase 10.47%
  • Wage increases of 4.38% - approx. $2M, new positions included
  • Includes contractual increases for cleaning, snow removal, etc.
  • Includes additional amounts for transportation – contracts and cameras
  • Charter school tuition decreased by $120,000 – reduced enrollment
  • Reduced payments to VoTech (enrollment share down) and Clarence Brown
  • Diesel fuel (school buses) reduced by $150,000 to reflect new cost share and lower price per gallon
  • Tech equipment increased for wireless infrastructure improvement – E-Rate match $130,000
  • Interest and principal payments adjusted to reflect current debt schedule, principal reduced, interest increased, $0 net effect
  • Special project reserve eliminated
  • Retained $750,000 on contingency line

Seneca Valley Foundation

Click the arrows to learn more about the Seneca Valley Foundation.

Seneca Valley Foundation

A fundraising arm of the Seneca Valley School District, the Seneca Valley Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging excellence and innovation in all grades of the Seneca Valley Schools. The Seneca Valley Foundation is proud to say we are providing mini-grants for STEM initiatives (STEM Fair, Women in Engineering classes & travel expenses to the Creek Connections Symposium), early literacy support (purchased leveled readers for our elementary buildings) and financial support for extracurricular activities (donations toward much needed repairs to the Natatorium). The Foundation also helped Connoquenessing Valley Elementary School to unveil a Situated Multimedia Arts Learning Lab (SMALLab), also known as “Inspiration Station.” All good work. However, there’s so much more to be done. Join us in providing “The Gift of Hope, the Promise of Excellence.” Please visit www.svsd.net/SVFoundation.

How SVF helps

Freshmen in honors biology classes at the intermediate high school had an opportunity that few high schoolers ever get to experience. They worked with a very rare and unique kit that allowed for precise gene editing in the spring of 2017.

The students conducted this laboratory investigation in both Thomas Lavelle’s and Jenifer McMurray’s classrooms.

“The CRISPR/cas9 lab is the type of laboratory investigation that generates student energy and enthusiasm,” said Mr. Lavelle. “Students want to experience the real story of science. They want to partake in meaningful investigations, not exclusively relics from bygone generations. They want to experience the thrill, energy, and wonder that comes when partaking in research at the cutting edge.”All funding for the genetic kits was provided by the Seneca Valley Foundation.

To read more about how SVF helps, visit: www.svsd.net/SVFoundation.

We thank our many 2016-17 donors for their support of Seneca Valley Foundation.

Founding Member ($1,000+):

  • Mr. Jim Pearson

Foundation Fellow Level ($500-$999):

  • Ms. Lynn Burtner
  • Ms. Heather Lewis
  • Mr. Fred & Mrs. Cecelia Peterson
  • Mr. David Silvester
  • Ms. Linda Starosta

Foundation Patron Level ($100-$499):

  • Ms. Beth Allen-Boyle
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Ms. Maria Brooks
  • Ms. Darlene Carmack
  • Mr. Dan DiDesiderio
  • Ms. Jana Greco
  • Dr. Anne Koch
  • Ms. Megan Lizewski
  • Mr. Matthew Martin
  • Ms. Tammy Micco
  • Ms. Faye Nelson
  • Ms. Lisa O’Brien
  • E. B. Peffer Company, Inc.
  • Mr. Dean Walker
  • Ms. Elizabeth Williams
  • Ms. Claire Zovko

Foundation Partner Level ($75-$99):

  • Ms. Cassandra Doggrell

Foundation Friend Level ($50-$74):

  • Ms. Susan Huber
  • Ms. Trina Loesch
  • Ms. Marie Palano

Additional Donors ($5-$49):

  • Ms. Cassandra Pencek
  • Ms. Tracy Richards

Memorial Level (Any memorial donation):

  • Mr. Thomas Hallman in memory of Dr. Gerald Malecki
  • Maralee Walter Family in memory of Sherry Stambaugh


Join the Club

Students interested in activities have a wide variety to choose from, including global leadership, outdoor adventure and pottery club, just to name a few.
To read more about all of the Clubs and Activities offered at Seneca Valley, visit: www.svsd.net/ClubsActivities.


Get in the Game

Seneca Valley Athletics offers an exceptional student-athlete experience which complements classroom learning and enhances the overall development—academic, athletic, and social—of each of its participating students. Along with the pursuitof excellence, developing student-athletes into respectful, honorable, and responsible citizens of the community is a principle objective and a vital component of success.

To read more about the 2016-17 athletics season highlights, visit our Annual Report “Bonus” section at www.svsd.net/Bonus.

For more on Seneca Valley Athletics, visit: www.svsd.net/Athletics.

SV Girls’ Lacrosse…sings

“While covering my first girls lacrosse game for Varsity Views last evening, I took the following photo (right):

It’s a rather benign, pre-game capture. I take this photo at nearly every event; it’s part of the story of the game.

But the real story of THIS photo struck a chord with me...literally.

The girls were waiting for the National Anthem to be played. There was an apparent glitch in the booth and the music never started.

After about thirty seconds of “awkward silence,” YOUR girls - realizing the music was not forthcoming - spontaneously began singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

It was rife with missed notes and bad harmony. And it was beautiful.

This impromptu tribute to the freedoms we all enjoy was as refreshing as it was touching. In a minute and seventeen seconds, the Seneca Valley Girls Lacrosse Team wonderfully represented the embodiment of both true sportsmanship and the student athlete. They didn’t need the victory to prove that they were all winners.

Please congratulate - and, moreover - THANK the girls for me.”

- Daniel A. Tarr, photojournalist

Seneca Valley Girls’ Volleyball team after winning the 2016-17 WPIAL Title.

Where are they now

SV Graduates by States

Click the state, from the list below, to learn how many SV graduates live in that state.

Graduates Outside the USA

Read more about Seneca Valley alumni at www.svsd.net/WhereAreTheyNow.
Source: 2015 Seneca Valley Alumni Publication