Everett A. McDonald Jr. Elementary School 666 Reeves Ln, Warminster, PA18974 The McDonald-Davis Elementary School is part of the Centennial School District, for which William Tennant serves as high…More school. One of five elementary schools in the district, McDonald elementary educates just under 1,000 students, and offers special education programs, including English Language Learners, gifted programs, and remedial programs.
Longstreth Elementary School 999 Roberts Rd, Warminster, PA18974 Named after one of Warminster's earliest settlers, Bartholomew Longstreth, this school boasts a long history of quality…More education for its students. Once the reconstruction of McDonald Elementary is completed (scheduled for 2013), Longstreth will close its doors, and students will move to the new school.
Willow Dale Elementary School 720 Norristown Rd, Warminster, PA18974 Willow Dale Elementary School is a K-5 school, one of five in the Centennial School District. Roughly 500 students are…More educated in the building, which is currently undergoing renovation to all of its classrooms, as well as its library and multi-purpose areas. Outdoor areas include a playground and playing field. The school prides itself on the development of its students as lifelong learners, high academic standards, and teachers who continue their education and training while employed.
Leary Elementary School 157 Henry Ave, Warminster, PA18974 Named after district teacher Alta S. Leary, the school has grown from an 18-room building to a state-honored facility.…More In 2009, it was named a state and national school of character under the Character Education Partnership. The school is scheduled to close at the end of the 2010-11 school year as part of the school district's construction plans.
McDonald Elementary School 666 Reeves Ln, Warminster, PA18974 Named after Everett A. McDonald, Centennial School District's first superintendent, the school boasts a unique layout of…More four interconnected circular buildings. Besides quality education and resources for its students, it also houses a planetarium/special experience room that is a popular day trip for other schools in the district. As part of Centennial's construction plans, students from the now-closed Davis Elementary in Southampton are now attending McDonald.