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Transportation

Bishop Canevin Provides Transportation to Over 20 Districts

Students make their way smoothly to and from
Bishop Canevin in a variety of ways. Some commute by car, getting dropped off by parents or via carpool with upperclassmen from their neighborhoods. Others take public school buses to get to school. 

Bishop Canevin High School is proud to serve students from Allegheny, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, serving students from 28 different public school districts. 

Below is the list of school districts that Bishop Canevin students are from (Transportation is designated with an asterisk):

  • Avella*
  • Baldwin-Whitehall**
  • Bentworth*
  • Bethel Park**
  • Bethlehem-Center*
  • Burgettstown*
  • Canon-McMillan**
  • Carlynton**
  • Chartiers Valley**
  • Cornell**
  • Fort Cherry*
  • Fox Chapel
  • Franklin Regional
  • Keystone Oaks**
  • McGuffey*
  • Montour**
  • Moon Area**
  • Mt. Lebanon
  • North Hills**
  • Peters Township*
  • Pittsburgh Public**
  • South Fayette**
  • Sto-Rox**
  • Trinity Area*
  • Upper St. Clair**
  • Washington*
  • West Allegheny**
  • West Jefferson Hills

* - Route 79/50 Transportation Provided by Bishop Canevin High School
** - School District Transportation Provided

According to PA Act 372, a student is eligible for subsidized transportation if the boundary of the public school district of his/her permanent address is more than two, and no more than ten, miles from Bishop Canevin. The school district in which he/she resides must also provide transportation to their own public schools. Subsidy may be in the form of either providing a school bus or via public transportation (PAT).
 

Student Drivers 

Students are able to purchase parking passes for the school year. The student must be a licensed driver in order to acquire a parking pass.

Questions about Transportation?

Katie Stevens
Director of Admissions
stevensk@bishopcanevin.org 
412.922.7400, ext. 220