Serving nearly 2,500 students in the municipalities of Ambridge Borough, Baden Borough, Economy Borough, Harmony Township, and South Heights, the Ambridge Area School District is the largest school district in Beaver County. Covering approximately 27 square miles within the metropolitan Pittsburgh Area. The District’s ideal location allows its residents to easily access the region’s vast academic, business, cultural, entertainment, sport, and recreational resources. The area is rich in tradition and offers a wealth of historic, cultural, and ethnic attractions. Revitalization projects are ripe in the commercial and historic districts. The area provides an array of entertainment, numerous churches and denominations, a myriad of restaurants, expansive shopping and nightlife, abundant parks and recreation, and a mass of cultural and historic vitality. The region is surrounded by scenic settings with river valleys nestled along the Appalachian Mountain Range. Additionally, the District is within a short commute to the Pittsburgh International Airport, numerous major shopping areas, and the Pennsylvania Turnpike along with other interstates, such as State Route 65, Interstate 79 and Interstate 279. Shopping areas close by include: Cranberry Township, Center Township and Robinson Township.