600 West Fifth Street
    Mount Carmel, Pa. 17851

         PSSA Tutoring will again be held at the Mount Carmel Area Junior High for 7th and 8th grade students starting on Tuesday, February 16th. The following schedule will be implemented leading into PSSA's. 7th grade ELA - Ms. Kilmer (Monday's) 8th grade ELA - Ms. Kilmer (Tuesday's) 7th grade Math - Ms. Taylor (Tuesday's) 8th grade Math - Mr. Persing (Wednesday) 8th grade Science - Mr. Wagner (Thursday) A student will earn a free lunch snack ticket for each tutoring session attended. Students will also earn a chance to win an IPod Nano with each session attended. The winning ticket for the Ipod Nano will be drawn in April, prior to PSSA's. PSSA's start in 9 weeks! Any questions concerning tutoring can be referred to Mr. Cheddar in the principal's office.                                                                                                                                                                                                     


Keystone & PSSA Testing

MCA Education

Mount Carmel Area School District utilizes Blackboard AlertNow and the CSIU Student Information System as communication tools for parents. Keep contact information up-to-date to receive notices. MCASD maintains collabortive relationships with local organizations to support students, facilities and academics within the district. Consider joining the Mount Carmel Area PTA or supporting the school district through the MCA Education Foundation.

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  Mount Carmel Area School District is located in southern Northumberland County which is part of the anthracite coal regions of central Pennsylvania. Currently the campus is located on West Fifth Street in the borough of Mount Carmel. The inaugural class graduated from Mount Carmel High School in 1888. In 1951 Mount Carmel joined with Mount Carmel Township and added the communities of Atlas, Centralia, Locust Gap, Natalie and Strong to the district. In 1963 Mount Carmel became Mount Carmel Area after a jointure with neighboring Kulpmont High School. At that time the borough of Marion Heights also became part of the district. The school system serves approximately 1540 students in the elementary and junior/ senior high schools. The facilities are located adjacent to each other on the main campus.

    Vision Statement

"... It is the vision of the Mount Carmel Area Educational Community to create a safe learning environment that nurtures the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being of each child.