About Wyoming Area School District
The mission of the Wyoming Area School District is to provide educational programs and services which meet the needs of all the youth of the district. These programs and services shall be equitable and accessible so that all students may grow to their full potential and become responsible citizens. In this mission, we shall forge new partnerships with parents, community, groups, businesses, industries, and higher education, so as to enhance the quality of life for students and members of the community.
Wyoming Area Facts
Wyoming Area School District is located in northeastern Pennsylvania, midway between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton, along the Susquehanna River. The District is composed of six municipalities; West Pittston, Exeter, Wyoming, West Wyoming, Harding, and Falls, covering approximately 26 square miles. There are 3 centers-based elementary schools that house students from grades K-6 and range in size from 175 to 550 students. They are: The Kindergarten Center, Primary Center, and Intermediate Center.
The Secondary Center is located in Exeter, currently houses near 1060 students from grades 7-12. The total District enrollment is 2160. The District has soccer, baseball, and field hockey facilities, and a lighted synthetic track, that is open to the public until 10 p.m., located at the football stadium in West Pittston.
The District is 15 minutes away from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, Minor League Baseball, Hockey, and Arena venues, as well as, ski slopes, concert facilities, and plenty of shopping malls.