Bald Eagle School District
Bald Eagle Area School District is a rural public school district located in the northern portion of Centre County. The Mission of the Bald Eagle Area School District is to “provide all students with academically challenging educational experiences and opportunities to grow into responsible lifelong learners and productive contributors to our global society.”
With four elementary schools, a combined junior-senior high school, and an online Cyber-academy, this close knit district is like a family. Their mascot is the Eagle, and their school colors are blue and gold. BEA draws students from the nearby towns of Port Matilda, Julian, Unionville, Milesburg, Howard, and Snow Shoe.
Geographically, it is the largest of the four districts in the county, spanning just over 340 miles of rolling hills and farmland and consisting of five boroughs and seven different townships. The communities scattered spaciously throughout have a rich history dating back to the railroads and mining days.
The district is also home to the very beautiful Bald Eagle State Park, which spans 5,900 acres into 3 different townships. Outdoor activities are plentiful, with two campgrounds, plenty of hiking grounds, a 1,730 acre lake (Foster Joseph Sayers Reservoir) for swimming, fishing, and boating, and more!
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