Owen J. Roberts High School is a four-year, comprehensive public school accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Course offerings represent a flexible and comprehensive curriculum that is offered on four levels (Advanced Placement, Honors, College Preparatory and Standard). A typical high school student’s schedule will include between six and seven credits of coursework per year. Courses are taught on a traditional schedule with 45 minute class periods. The high school program is enhanced through the use of technology, cooperative education and gifted education. Students in grades 9-12 may also attend the Center for Arts and Technology (CAT) on either a half day or full day schedule.
Class of 2010 Post Secondary Education
4-year college 67%
2-year college/technical schools 24%
Total further education: 91%
Class of 2011 grade
distribution for six semesters:
Grade Point Average
4.5 and higher 8.10%
1.99 and lower 4.47%
There are a large variety of athletic opportunities in
Owen J. Roberts Senior High School offers over 37 different Clubs & Organizations for students extracurricular experiences.