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Should you have a question that is not answered here, please refer to the listing of staff and school telephone and fax numbers where you may obtain more information. This can be found in the General Information section of our site.

There are many ways in which Abington Schools excel.  Click here for a list of our Points of Pride.

Our Mission

Building upon the historical and culturally diverse roots of our community and its proud traditions, and recognizing the uniqueness of each student, the Abington School District promotes excellence as our standard and achievement as the result.

Abington School District - Facts & Figures


  • Northern suburb of Philadelphia in Montgomery County
  • Includes Abington Township and Borough of Rockledge
  • 15.2 square miles, primarily residential
  • Total population: 55,310

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District Organization/Enrollment 2014-2015

Elementary schools (K-6) 4,199 
Junior high school (7-8-9) 1,732
Senior high school (10-11-12) 1,746
Total enrollment 7,677

Personnel 2014-2015

  • Professional staff positions: 647
  • Supporting staff positions: 396

Budget 2014-2015

Budget Item Total

Federal Funds
included in total

State Funds
included in total

Local Funds
included in total

Salary Items

$ 77,287,058

   $  1,050,277

$   8,579,469

$  67,657,312

Employee Benefits

$ 38,243,409

   $     519,701

$ 15,471,263

$  22,252,445

Non-Salary Items

$ 27,696,770


$   3,274,558

$  24,422,212

Total Budget


   $  1,569,978

$ 27,325,290


Taxes 2014-2015

Real Estate Tax

  • The 2014-2015 tax rate is set at 29.06 mills. This means that for every $1,000 of assessed property value, $29.06 in school taxes is levied.

Earned Income Tax:

  • The 2014-2015 tax rate is set at 0.5%

Items in our budget over which we have little or no control:

  • Cyber and charter schools
  • Additional enrollment
  • Increases in fuel and utility costs
  • Increasing retirement/pension costs
  • Unfunded and underfunded mandated programs including special education classes and other programs and costs
  • Low level of state funding for education
Approved State Cost Per Pupil 2013-2014:
  • Elementary:$12,107.94
  • Secondary: $12,923.35

Future Plans of Graduates (Class of 2014):

  • Higher Education: 87%
  • Employment: 9%
  • Armed Forces: 4%