Pennsbury High School is a public high school located in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, in the United States.
With 3,591 students enrolled for the 2009-2010 school year, Pennsbury High School is the largest high school in Bucks County, and the fourth largest high school in the state of Pennsylvania. Faculty and staff number approximately 260.
It is the only high school in Pennsbury School District, which has a total enrollment of 11,410 students (includes Bucks Technical High School and Intermediate Unit student totals).
Pennsbury had a graduating class of 860 students in 2009, of which 93% were college-bound. The 2009 graduating class received $13,630,627 in scholarships and grants awarded. The school also had twelve National Merit Scholarship finalists and three winners.
Each year, the school holds a lavish senior prom, and months are spent preparing for the event by students, faculty and other volunteers to transform the high school into a night to remember. Students arrive to bleachers full of local families who gather to watch the parade of inventive vehicles and their dressed-up occupants. Ambulances, hearses, trolleys, classic cars, parade-like floats, Zamboni Machines, and...