Crestwood Secondary Campus - Grades 7-12

281 South Mountain Boulevard * Mountain Top, PA 18707
570-474-6782 * 570-474-1175

Margaret S. Foster, Secondary Principal of Academic Affairs
Bonnie R. Gregory, Secondary Principal of Student Affairs

Meghan Nealon, Building Secretary (Ext. 342)
Liz Walck, Receptionist (Ext. 301)

What's Happening ...

Congratulations to our Crestwood Football team for their 35-7 Victory over Nanticoke at the 2017-2018 Homecoming Game on Saturday September 30th.

This year's Homecoming Queen and King are Sydney Soblewski and Kevin Klusewitz
Sydney and Kevin


School Safety:     

  • We are in the planning stages of the bi-annual progressive drill. This will be occurring in the very near future. A fire drill is also on the horizon.


Professional Development:

  • There will be two separate PD sessions, 7-8th math teachers with Jess Jacobs, while 9-12 math faculty will be with Rich Mackrel 9/28.
  • Business Exploration/YES class will have a guest speaker on 9/29, McCann School of Business and Technology.
  • Our STEM II classroom received new equipment from Festo and training continues. 

Parking Permit Applications for the 2017-2018 school year are available in the Main Office of the Secondary Campus.

Please Note: Any Senior who has not submitted their immunization records to the Secondary Campus School Nurse will NOT be issued a parking permit. Notifications were mailed Friday, July 21, 2017.


View photos from the Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony at:



Click here for an important notice
to all students in the classes of 2016-2019


All parents and visitors to the Secondary Campus for a meeting or to pick up a student must park in a lined parking space in the parking lot. PLEASE DO NOT park in the Fire Lane, regardless of the brevity of your visit. Students are reminded to park in lined parking spaces at all times.


Responsibilities of Educational Institutions
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 - called the Buckley Amendment - provides for cutting off U.S. Office of Education (OE) funding to institutions that do not comply with the standards prescribed in the Act. The essence of those standards is that:   Parents of a child who is under age 18 and has never attended an educational institution beyond the high school level must be allowed to inspect the child’s school records. Students on reaching age 18 or attending an institution beyond the high school level, called eligible students in the regulations, must be allowed to review their own school or college records, and their parents may no longer do so.