Welcome toScott Township, PA
Tucked into the heart of the beautiful South Hills of Pittsburgh, Scott Township, PA is a small, charming community filled with possibility. Its prime location between Upper St. Clair, Mt. Lebanon, Carnegie, Bridgeville, and Green Tree gives it easy access to the amenities of each community and the best of the South Hills. With a short drive to Pittsburgh along I-79, I-376, or US-19, low crime rates, high school graduation rates, and an area-low income tax of just 1%, it’s not hard to see why Movoto named it the #5 Best City in Pennsylvania!
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Scott Township at a Glance
The Scott Township Lifestyle
Shopping & Amenities
You don’t have to go far to find everything you need! From big-name grocery stores to delicious local restaurants, Scott Township has it all. Head to the Raceway Plaza South for large stores and restaurants, or to the intersection of Greentree and Cochran for everything from grocery stores to tea shops. Want even more options? Scott Township is just minutes from the Great Southern Shopping Center and Chartiers Valley Shopping Center.
Scott Township is home to the Scott Township Park and Pool, where you can enjoy a water slide, water aerobics classes, swim lessons, and even community events. Nearby, parks such as Kane Woods Nature Area, Carnegie Park and Pitcher Park Memorial State Park, and Mt. Lebanon Park offer beautiful outdoor areas, sports fields, tennis courts, hiking and biking paths, and more.
Things to Do
Enjoy a wealth of community events and activities in Scott Township! Comedy shows, swim parties and family nights, community clean-ups, July 4th Community Day festivities, Scott Pool Appreciation Day, Memorial Day Parade, and so much more! Scott Township is also perfectly located next to The premiere Club at Nevillewood golf course, and all the shopping, dining, and entertainment of neighboring Bridgeville and Carnegie.
Education in Scott Township
Scott Township is served by top-rated Chartiers Valley School District, which educates its students in four public schools, a primary, an intermediate, a middle, and a high school.
The district has been awarded with numerous accolades and awards for its outstanding academic programming, which includes specialized programs such as the National Math and Science Initiative, and innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program, Project Lead the Way courses, and a pilot Engineering Project Lead the Way program.
The district has been recognized as a “District of Distinction” by District Administration magazine and the high school is listed among Washington Post’s most challenging schools in America. The district is a model for School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions, a Mix It Up Model School, and boasts a Tri-State Area Distinguished school board.