Historical Informational Links
And Class Photos
For Brookline Area Schools
St. Pius X
Our Lady Of Loreto
Brookline Regional Catholic
South Hills HS
Elizabeth Seton HS
South Hills Catholic HS
Current Links To School Websites
Brookline has several local schools
that serve the needs of the neighborhood children. There are public and
parochial elementary and secondary schools, offering a variety
Brookline Regional Catholic, now
called Saint John Bosko Academy is a parochial elementary school located
along Pioneer Avenue, established in 1996. The enrollment consists of
students from several South Hills parishes, including the following
Brookline churches that once included schools: Resurrection (1909-1996),
Our Lady of Loreto (1961-1996) and St. Pius X Elementary
Public elementary schools include West
Liberty (1939-present, established 1850) on Dunster Street, Brookline Elementary
(1909-present) on Woodbourne Avenue, and Carmalt Academy of Science and
Technology (1937-present) on Breining Street. Children in the middle school
years can attend South Brook Middle School, located near West Liberty
Elementary on Dunster Street.
West Liberty School classroom 3-M
in 1919. West Liberty School, opened in 1898,
was Brookline's first public school, located on Pioneer Avenue.
West Liberty/Brookline School History
Loreto Church/School History
St. Pius X Church/School History
Resurrection Church/School History
A classroom at Resurrection Elementary
For secondary education, there
are Brashear High School (public) and Seton-LaSalle High School (parochial).
Brashear opened in 1974 and located on Crane Avenue in Beechview, replaced
South Hills High School (1917-1973). Seton-LaSalle is a 1979 merger between
South Hills Catholic High School (1960-1979) and Elizabeth Seton High School
(1941-1979). Seton-LaSalle is located on McNeilly Road.
In addition to the fine academic programs
offered at Brookline area schools, there are also some excellent extra-curricular
and athletic programs to challenge our kids physically. Many of our school teams
have gone on to win city, diocesan, WPIAL and state championships in a variety of
Our Lady of Loreto's
Varsity Girls basketball team were 1984 State Champions.
For those with special needs, there is
Pioneer Education Center, located next to West Liberty Elementary on Dunster
Street. The school is equipped to meet the demands of the physically
From 1908 to 2003, there was DePaul
Institute, a nationally renowned school for the deaf and hearing impaired.
DePaul, once located on Castlegate Avenue, relocated to Shadyside after nearly
100 years in Brookline. From 1917 to 1977 there was also Toner Institute, a
military-type academy located on Castlegate Avenue.
Saint John Bosco Academy, formerly Brookline
Regional Catholic, is located on the campus of St. Pius X Parish.
are links to the history of our local schools, including class photos, pictures of
various athletic teams, and special events like class plays and