• The Consortium currently covers 11,600 employees & over 29,000 total members.

Bensalem Township School District

The Bensalem Township School District strives to be the premier educational institution in Bucks County, we will provide a first class education for the whole child that challenges and supports each student to discover a passion for learning while designing and achieving a personal vision of success. 

Bristol Borough School District

The Bristol Borough School District is located in the southeastern part of Bucks County. It is bordered on the east by the Delaware River and is surrounded on the remaining three sides by the Bristol Township School District. It encompasses 1.7 square miles, with a population of approximately 12,000 people according to the 1990 Federal Census. It serves children living in the Borough of Bristol. 

Bristol Township School District

The Bristol Township School District will prepare and empower our students to be productive, competitive members in an ever-changing global society. We believe: All individuals can learn and achieve. Understanding and respecting diversity strengthens our educational community. A safe and healthy learning environment is essential for success. Students require high-quality, standards-based instruction. An effective partnership of families, staff and community will improve opportunities for student success. Students must be empowered to become life-long learners and effective members of society. All successes should be acknowledged and celebrated.

Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22

The Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22 (Bucks IU) is a regional educational service agency which collaborates with the students and schools of Bucks County to initiate, design, and deliver exemplary leadership, teaching, and learning.As educational innovators, we ensure optimal growth of all learners by collaborating with our school districts and community to initiate, design, and deliver exemplary leadership, teaching and learning.

Bucks County Technical High School

Opened in 1958, The Bucks County Technical High School (BCTHS) was one of the first technical high schools in Pennsylvania.  In 2000, the school became a comprehensive technical high school serving grades 9 – 12.  Students from six (6) sending districts – Bensalem, Bristol Borough, Bristol Township, Morrisville, Neshaminy, and Pennsbury, attend on a full time basis, taking academic classes along with focusing on one of 30 technical programs of study.  BCTHS maintains enrollment around 1,500 students with approximately 200 employees

Central Bucks School District

The Central Bucks School District will provide all students with the academic and problem solving skills essential for personal development, responsible citizenship, and life long learning. Central Bucks is a suburban school district located in the heart of Bucks County, with administrative offices in Doylestown, the county seat. The district includes nine municipalities: the Boroughs of Chalfont, Doylestown, and New Britain; and the Townships of Buckingham, Doylestown, New Britain, Plumstead, Warrington, and Warwick. Central Bucks has an area of 122 square miles and a population of over 101,000.

Central Montco Technical High School

The Central Montco Technical High School integrates state-of-the-art tools and equipment into a curriculum that focuses on high-tech and high-paying careers. Students have the opportunity to learn using a hands-on approach in an authentic setting. In addition, our highly trained instructors employ teaching methods that allow students to progress at the rate best fitting their capabilities.

Colonial School District

The mission of the Colonial School District, the vital educational force in the Conshohocken, Plymouth and Whitemarsh community, is to educate and graduate citizens who are able and committed to fulfilling their potential and maximizing their contribution to society. The District shall achieve this mission by promoting a culture of collaboration, innovation and inspiration, and working in partnership with the community to: provide learning experiences which instill common societal values, develop critical thinking skills, value human diversity and prepare a generation of lifelong learners to inherit and lead our complex society.

Lower Moreland Area School District

The Lower Moreland Township School District contains three schools – Pine Road Elementary School (K-5), Murray Avenue School (6-8), and Lower Moreland High School (9-12) – and has 280 employees. Our administrative offices are in Murray Avenue School. In 2010-2011,Pine Road transitioned from a K-3 school to a K-5 school with an enrollment of 910. The 65 professional staff members have an average of six-plus years of teaching experience and 98 percent hold advanced degrees. In 2010-2011, Murray Avenue became a middle school housing grades 6-8 with an enrollment of 525 students. The professional staff members have an average of eight years of teaching experience and 99 percent hold advanced degrees. Lower Moreland High School encompasses grades 9-12 and has an enrollment of 711. The 74 professional staff members have an average teaching experience of 15 years and 92 percent hold advanced degrees.

The mission of the Lower Moreland Township School District is to foster individual excellence in a nurturing environment by integrating a dedicated staff, an innovative curriculum, and community resources while promoting respect for self and others. All students will acquire the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes necessary to become lifelong learners and citizens who will think critically, act responsibly,communicate clearly and collaborate effectively in a global community.

Methacton School District

The Methacton School District has long enjoyed a tradition of excellence in education and community involvement in our schools. The District, formed in 1969, was created by a 10-year merging of the school districts that had previously served the townships of Lower Providence and Worcester.

Middle Bucks Institute of Technology

The mission of The Middle Bucks Institute of Technology, as the regional career development and technology center, is to develop in youth and adults, through a rigorous and integrated educational experience, the competencies required for higher education and work. 

Morrisville School District

The mission of the Morrisville School District is to prepare confident students who are knowledgeable and capable of utilizing academic and social skills necessary to thrive in a complex society by providing a superior education in a stimulating, secure environment through the effective use of challenging instructional strategies, technology and extra-curricular activities that are designed to meet the needs of individual students, capitalizing upon its unique position as a small district within a large area rich in historic and cultural resources.

Neshaminy School District

The Neshaminy School District is committed to our mission to provide a sound education for our student population. Our mission statement simply stated is... "The Neshaminy Community empowers students to become productive citizens and lifelong learners. Neshaminy - We Build Futures!"

New Hope - Solebury School District

The New Hope-Solebury School District takes pride in its commitment to excellence.  We strive to inspire and empower our students to become passionate, confident, life-long learners, with the skills and strength of character to contribute to a diverse and ever-changing world.

Norristown Area School District

The Norristown Area School District is quite a unique school district; and often described as the best kept secret of Montgomery County. We are comprised of three communities: East Norriton Township, West Norriton Township and the Municipality of Norristown. Together, the three communities are comprised of approximately 60,000 residents.  In the Norristown Area School District there are about 1,000 employees; with approximately 600 of these being teachers. We have +/- 6,900 students in grades K-12, in eleven unique buildings. We have six elementary schools, three middle schools, one comprehensive high school and one much smaller high school that provides alternative programs for students. In addition, the Norristown Area High School partners with the Colonial and Upper Merion Area School Districts to operate the Central Montco Technical High School.

The mission of our District is to educate individuals of our community to be responsible, thinking, creative, literate citizens who enrich society.

Please visit our website, www.nasd.k12.pa.us, for more information about our District and our programs.

Palisades School District

The mission of the Palisades School District is to guide students as they gain and apply the skills, knowledge, and concepts needed to succeed in a global society.

Perkiomen Valley School District

The Perkiomen Valley School District is one of the area’s premier school districts. We serve nearly 5,900 students in the communities of Collegeville, Lower Frederick, Perkiomen, Schwenksville, Skippack, and Trappe. The district has a total of seven schools: a high school (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 6-8); and four elementary schools (grades K-5). In addition, we have a partnership with the North Montco Career Technical Center and dual enrollment programs with Ursinus College and Montgomery County Community College.

Our students are strong performers and high achievers who leave our schools prepared for success in post-secondary institutions and the work force. Through innovative educational programs, a highly-trained and deeply dedicated staff, and the support of our community, we offer students and families a world of opportunities.

Quakertown Community School District

The Quakertown Community School District’s mission is to promote its 5,500 students to become lifelong learners, who are able to pursue academic excellence, exhibit personal responsibility, provide service to the community, and respect oneself, others and the environment. In preparing for a rapidly changing 21st Century society, our students enter our schools to learn and leave to serve.

The goal of the school board is to achieve excellence in education consistent with its mission statement. The Board values academic achievement. This goal of excellence is supported by parents, a seasoned, well-prepared and dedicated staff. The district’s instructional program implements a comprehensive, standards-based curriculum and reporting system.

Upper Bucks County Technical School

The mission of The Upper Bucks County Technical School is to educate students for successful careers and to inspire lifelong learning in a challenging and changing global economy.

Upper Dublin School District

The Upper Dublin School District is located in Upper Dublin Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The district comprises four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The school district serves approximately 4300 students in grades K-12. The mission of the School District of Upper Dublin is to provide a safe environment in which all students are respected, educated, encouraged, and challenged to become life-long learners within a global society.

Upper Moreland School District

The Upper Moreland School District is located in southeastern Pennsylvania, and serves the students of Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Huntingdon Valley. Our district includes an elementary campus that consists of the Primary School, (grades K-2) and the Intermediate School, (grades 3-5), the Middle School, (grades 6-8), and our High School (grades 9-12). Our present student population is approximately 3100 students.

Our close knit community is proud to boast that generations of neighborhood families have passed through our school's doors. We pride ourselves in our curriculum and instructional delivery which has proven to be an ongoing success story and demonstrates our commitment to continuing improvement in student achievement.

Wissahickon School District

The mission of the Wissahickon School District, a community rich in diversity and committed to educational excellence, is to empower each student to excel to their fullest potential and contribute in full measure to the health, safety, welfare, and prosperity of our community.