Located in central Beaver County, and bounded by the northern-most point of the Ohio River, Central Valley School District serves the communities of Center Township, Potter Township, and Monaca Borough. The Central Valley School District provides a high quality of living for its residents and levies one of the lowest taxation rates in Beaver County. Sitting in the heart of the commercial business and industry sector in Beaver County, and providing top-notch educational services through our reputable school system, we consider ourselves an attractive area to raise a family. Over 2400 students attend our schools in grades K-12. Our facilities include Center Grange Primary School (K-2), Todd Lane Elementary School (3-5), Central Valley Middle School (6-8), and Central Valley High School (9-12).
The Central Valley School District was established in 2009 through a voluntary merger between the Center Area School District and the Monaca School District. We represent the first and only voluntary merger in the Commonwealth. After conducting two independent feasibility studies, the Boards of Education exercised their civic responsibility to create a stable, more efficient, and academically viable school system for all. After nearly three years of analyzing the studies, the Center-Monaca merger was jointly approved in September of 2008. In 2009-2010, the Elementary grades (K-5) were merged, and in 2010-2011 the secondary grades (6-12) were merged. The Center Trojans and the Monaca Indians competed athletically as separate entities during the 2009-2010 school year, and competed as the Central Valley Warriors for their inaugural season in 2010-2011.