Frazier High School is a rural, public high school, serving around 400 students in grades 9–12. It is the sole high school in the Frazier School District. It is in the northern Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the town of Perryopolis. Frazier High School was established in 1966, and resulted in the consolidation of the Perry and Lower Tyrone School Districts. The school was last renovated in 1990, when space was reconfigured for the addition of the Fraizer Middle School, the high school's sole feeder. The name comes from Mary Fuller Frazier, a wealthy resident that gave an endowment to the district for the improvement of the school system.
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