Bishop Canevin High School
2700 Morange Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
fax (412) 922-7403
From Pittsburgh: Take the Parkway, 279-S, over the Fort Pitt Bridge and tunnel to the Crafton, Greentree Exit #4A. Keep to the left on the exit ramp to the stop sign. Make a left onto Mansfield Avenue. Continue straight on Mansfield Avenue for three traffic lights to Noblestown Road (Rt.50 East). Turn right on Noblestown and go approximately .3 mile. Make a left onto Morange Road. Go down the hill approximately .3 mile and make a left into the school driveway of the upper lot (for the gymnasium) or continue past the school and turn left into the lower lot (for the cafeteria).
From the Airport area or 79 South/North : Take the Parkway, 279 N inbound to the Carnegie Exit. Make the first right on Anthony Street. At the stop sign, turn right onto Noblestown Road. Follow Noblestown Road through the traffic light at Mansfield Avenue. You will pass on your left, a cemetery and then St. Paul's Seminary. Turn left onto Morange Road and go down the hill approximately .3 mile. Bishop Canevin High School will be on your left. There is limited parking in the front of the school, but there is additional parking in the lower lot.
Conveniently located near I-79:T raveling north, take the Carnegie exit, turn right onto Mansfield Boulevard. Follow it thru Carnegie to North Star Chevrolet. Turn right at light, turn left onto Main Street which turns into Noblestown Road. Follow Noblestown to Morange Road on left. If traveling south, take the Carnegie exit and turn left onto Mansfield Boulevard and follow the directions as above.
DORMONT MEMORIAL STADIUM
From Interstate 79, take the Pittsburgh exit and follow the directions for the Parkway West below.
From the Parkway West, take the Green Tree exit. At the exit ramp, turn RIGHT on to Greentree Road. Follow Greentree Road to the third traffic light (you need to be in the left turning lane) and turn LEFT on to McMonagle Road. Follow McMonagle Road to the end and turn RIGHT on to Banksville Road at the Banksville Plaza. You will then make an immediate LEFT at the next traffic light on to Dormont Avenue. Dormont Avenue becomes Dwight Avenue. Follow Dwight Avenue LEFT on Hillsdale Avenue. Dormont Memorial Stadium is on the left side of Hillsdale Avenue.
From the Liberty Tunnels, follow West Liberty Avenue (Route 19 S) approximately four miles and turn RIGHT on to Hillsdale Avenue. Dormont Memorial Stadium is on the left side of Hillsdale Avenue.
From Route 51, follow Route 51 to the junction with Route 88. Travel on Route 88 South to the first traffic light. Turn RIGHT on to McNeilly Road. Follow McNeilly Road (past the high school) to the end (approximately three miles) and turn LEFT on Pioneer Avenue. Follow Pioneer to the end and turn LEFT on to West Liberty Avenue. Follow West Liberty and turn RIGHT on to Hillsdale Avenue. Dormont Memorial Stadium is on left side of Hillsdale Avenue.
From downtown Pittsburgh, cross the Liberty Bridge and go through the Liberty Tunnels. Follow directions for the Liberty Tunnels above. You may also go through the Fort Pitt Tunnels and take the Banksville Road exit. Follow Banksville Road to the Banksville Plaza and follow the directions above.
There is limited parking at the stadium for high school football games. Additional parking is available at Dormont Elementary and the Dormont Pool lot. A shuttle bus will provide transportation to the stadium from these lots for football games only, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Meyer & Middleton Park – CIT Fields.
For your GPS, use: 254 Ewing Road, Crafton, Pa 15205
From Bishop Canevin High School, Morange Road:
- Follow down Morange Road.
- Go under the Idlewood “T” Station overpass to the Stop Sign and turn LEFT onto Chartiers Rd.
- Make the first RIGHT on to Fountain Street.
- At the second Stop Sign, bear RIGHT continuing on Fountain Street. (This will be a winding road)
- Once you come to the third Stop Sign, travel for approximately 2/10 mile and turn LEFT onto Jerry James Way.
- At the bottom of the road bear RIGHT taking you to the parking lot of Meyer & Middleton Park.