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  • HTSD ranked No. 1 out of 497 school districts for the Best Teachers in Pennsylvania in's 2024 rankings.


  • Hampton Township School District was designated as a "Learning 2025 Demonstration System to Watch" in 2023 by AASA The School Superintendent Association. 


  • In May 2023, The Pittsburgh Business Times ranked Hampton 4th out of 105 southwest PA school districts and 8th out of 492 schools in the state in its annual Guide to Southwestern Pennsylvania Schools.


  • In August 2023, Hampton High School was ranked 5th out of 124 high schools in the Pittsburgh region and 19th out of 665 in Pennsylvania by the US. News and World Report.


  • Justine Sullivan, Class of 2024, achieved a perfect score on a college-level Advanced Placement (AP) Exam in May 2023. Justine was one of only 357 students in the world to attain every possible point on the AP Research Exam.


  • In May 2023, the high school’s spring musical production of “Something Rotten!” won a school record-tying six awards at the 32nd Annual Pittsburgh CLO Gene Kelly Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater. HHS captured the following awards in Budget Level IV (the highest budget category):
    • Best Musical
    • Best Dance Ensemble
    • Best Scenic Design
    • Best Lighting Design
    • Best Costume Design.
    • In addition, senior Brooks Brady was named Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Thomas Nostradamus in “Something Rotten!” Senior Leah McConnell was also awarded a CLO Ambassador Scholarship for representing the vision and integrity of the Gene Kelly Awards as demonstrated through their artistic and academic excellence. 


  • Hampton Middle School was awarded a 2022 PA Don Eichhorn Schools: "Schools to Watch" from the Pennsylvania Association of Middle Level Education.