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Edinboro, PA USA
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  • General McLane High School has 102 Employees.(?)
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General McLane High School is a comprehensive high school serving approximately 965 students in grades nine through twelve. The school is the only high school in the General McLane School District which serves approximately 3000 students from a 117 square mile area. The school offers classes to meet a diversity of students' needs and aptitudes. A variety of science and math courses ranging from abstract presentations to practical applications is offered. A comprehensive elective program is also offered including three foreign languages (German, French, Spanish), several music performing ensembles, technology education, gamily living courses and programs in visual arts. In addition, classes in computer programming and computerized systems are offered. Grade point averages and class rank are computed using a weighted system whereby grades warned in accelerated classes are given stronger "weight" than those in other classes. While the geographic area is classified as rural. The presence of Edinboro University in the district contributes to a unique student body. Approximately 8.5% of the student body is classified according to Pennsylvania standards as mentally gifted (Intelligence Quotient equal to 130 or greater). This compares to a national incidence of 2%. Approximately 68% of students pursue a four year college program after graduation while another 15-20% pursue two year programs. General McLane students have consistently scored above the state and national average on the Scholastic Aptitude Test. All this makes for a stimulating and challenging environment in which to learn. The requirements for graduation from General McLane High School are established by the General McLane School Board. The requirements set forth by the School Board satisfy the requirements established by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education. General McLane High School is accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and by the Middle States Association of Secondary Schools.