The Titusville Area School District is a rural public school district located in Titusville, Pennsylvania.

The School District comprises Allegheny Township, Cherrytree Township, Oilcreek Township and Pleasantville Borough located in Venango County; and Centerville Borough, Hydetown Borough, Oil Creek Township, Rome Township and Titusville City located in Crawford County; and Southwest Township located in Warren County.

The School District covers about 200 sq mi (520 km2). Per the 2000 federal census data, the district serves a resident population of 14,698.

According to District officials, in school year 2007–08 the Titusville Area School District provided basic educational services to 2,216 pupils through the employment of 171 teachers, 130 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 21 administrators. In September 2008, the administration reported there were 319 employees, including 19 administrators, 172 professional/instructional employees and 128 support personnel.

The Administration includes; building level principals and assistant principals, six directors of specialized programs which include the following positions: Director of Student Services, Federal Programs and Elementary Curriculum, Special Education, Athletics, Day Care and Vo-Tech. There are four directors of support programs which include: Directors of Food Service and Transportation, Buildings and Grounds, Technology, and Parks and Recreation. There are also twelve department chairpersons that assist in the oversight of curriculum development.

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