Upper Moreland High School

Upper Moreland High School
Upper Moreland High School Montco PA.jpg
3000 Terwood Road

Willow Grove, PA 19090-1431
Coordinates 40°09′21″N 75°06′33″W  /  40.15583°N 75.10917°W  / 40.15583; -75.10917 Coordinates: 40°09′21″N75°06′33″W / 40.15583°N 75.10917°W / 40.15583; -75.10917
Type Public
School district Upper Moreland School District
Principal Joseph Carracappa
Staff 61.67 (FTE)[1]
Grades 9–12
Number of students 917 (2017–18)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 14.87[1]
Color(s) Purple & Gold          
Athletics Sean Feeley
Athletics conference Suburban One League
Mascot The Golden Bear
Rival Hatboro-Horsham Senior High School

Upper Moreland High School is a comprehensive public high school, serving grades 9–12, located in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, about fifteen miles outside of Philadelphia. It is the only high school in the Upper Moreland School District, which includes parts of the Huntingdon Valley, Hatboro, and Willow Grove ZIP codes in Upper Moreland Township. Its primary feeder school is Upper Moreland Middle School, and routinely sends graduates to colleges and universities in the United States and worldwide.

Location/Geography [ edit ]

Upper Moreland High School, abbreviated UMHS, serves grades 9–12. Its current building, which was erected in 1958, sits at 3000 Terwood Road in Willow Grove, directly adjacent to the Warminster Line of SEPTA Regional Rail (but is not served by a station), and its campus includes the school district's administration building and bus garage. Construction is nearly complete for a three-level science wing, and air conditioning has been installed, as the school sits diagonally across the street from the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority treatment plant on Terwood Road. It also sits directly across Terwood Rd. from Eastern Center for Arts and Technology, formerly known as Eastern Montco Vo-Tech School.

Notable alumni [ edit ]


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References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b c "Upper Moreland HS". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
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