West Chester Area School District serves the borough and surrounding townships of West Chester, Pennsylvania.
The other parts include the surrounding townships of East Bradford, East Goshen, Thornbury, West Goshen, West Whiteland, and Westtown, all in Chester County, as well as Thornbury Township in adjacent Delaware County.
About 12,000 students are in the district.
The district serves a 75-square-mile suburban, urban, and rural region in central Chester County, Pennsylvania known for its many diversified businesses and beautiful historic countryside.
Student body is diverse consisting of: 76.6% white, 6.9% Hispanic, 4.5% Black, 9.1% Asian/Pacific Islander, and 2.9% Multi-Racial.
According to state test scores, 66% of the students are at least proficient in reading and 81% in math.
District population is 109,779.
Median household income is $100,493.
Median value of owner-occupied housing units is $447,100.
64% of the residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher, which reflects the presence of West Chester University.