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Coordinates: 40°10′27″N 74°50′19″W 40.17417, -74.83861


Pennsbury High School

  • Location & Contact Information
    • Address, Directions, & Map
      • 608 South Olds Blvd. (West) and 705 Hood Blvd. (East), Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, United States
    • GPS Coordinates
    • Telephone Numbers: (East Campus) 215.949.6700 and (West Campus) 215.949.6780
    • Email:
    • Official Website: [1]
  • History & Memorable Moments
  • Overview, Photographs, & Video Links
    • Pennsbury High School is a public high school located in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, in the United States.[1]
    • With over 3,500 students in the 2005-2006 school year, Pennsbury High School is the largest high school in Bucks County, and the fifth largest high school in the state of Pennsylvania. Faculty and staff number approximately 260.[1]
    • It is the only high school in Pennsbury School District, which has a total enrollment of over 11,300 students.[1]
    • Pennsbury's had a graduating class of 800 students in 2006, of which 92% were college-bound. The school also had five National Merit Scholarship finalists.[1]
    • In the next few decades, the school's enrollment grew tremendously. In March 2004, an alumbi website was created.[1]

Prospective Students

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New & Current Students

  • Campus Events[1]
    • In 2002, Pennsbury High School's prom tradition caught the attention of Sports Illustrated senior writer Michael Bamberger. After writing an article for the magazine about the 2002 prom, Bamberger went on to write a book, Wonderland: A Year in the Life of an American High School, which chronicled the senior year of a group of Pennsbury students. The rights for the book were bought by Paramount, and MTV and Tollin/Robbins Productions were to produce the film, which had tenatively been named Pennsbury. In 2004, Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins signed with Walt Disney Studios, leaving the status of the project uncertain.
    • Bob Costa, one of the students documented by Bamberger in the book, spent his senior year spearheading an effort to get John Mayer to perform at Pennsbury's senior prom. On prom night, May 16, 2004, the singer performed a three song set. Mayer followed in the footsteps of multi-platinum bands like Eve 6 and Maroon 5, who performed special acoustic shows at Pennsbury in 2003 organized by Costa.
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  • Alumni Directory
  • Notable Alumni
    • Robert Curtis-Brown, actor
    • Richard Kind, actor
    • Troy Vincent, professional football player
    • Lindsey Vuolo, Playboy Playmate
  • Alumni Events
    • PHS Alumni Association [2]


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