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    The Boyertown Area School District is situated on the northwestern edge of the greater Philadelphia suburban sprawl in southeastern Pennsylvania. About 45 miles northwest of the city, it is just 20 miles south of Allentown and 20 miles east of Reading, straddling the Montgomery-Berks County line. When it was formed as a jointure in 1953, it was one of the largest school districts in the state, covering nearly 100 square miles. It encompasses Colebrookdale, Douglass, Earl, and Washington Townships and the boroughs of Bally, Bechtelsville, and Boyertown in Berks County, plus the townships of Douglass, New Hanover, and Upper Frederick in Montgomery County.  According to the 2020 Boyertown Area School District Census estimates, the district's population is 49,728.

    Our more than 6,500 students are educated across nine buildings. The district houses three Pre-K Counts programs, while six K-5 elementary schools funnel students into one of two 6-8 middle schools. One senior high school serves grades 9, 10, 11, and 12.

    The geographic size makes school bus transportation a fact of life for better than 90% of the student body at all levels. Every school in the district has health room coverage and school counseling services and handles the majority of special education students in-house. The support services of school psychologists are available at all levels.

    The district is shifting from a predominance of farming and blue-collar homes to a suburban-type residential community. Many residents find employment outside the district boundaries in the King of Prussia, Exton, Allentown, or Reading areas. The modernization of Route 422, a major artery into the Philadelphia area which passes through the southern edge of the district, has caused more rapid growth on the eastern or Montgomery County side. Pennsylvania Routes 100 and 73 provide the other major traffic arteries across the district.