Kutztown Area High School is the high school of the Kutztown Area School District, located at 50 Trexler Avenue in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, USA. Kutztown is sandwiched between Allentown and Reading in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. It was built in 1976 and has not since been remodeled or rebuilt. Also, as part of the "one-to-one laptop initiative" every student has received an Apple MacBook. The school has numerous sports teams and clubs/activities in which they rival Berks County schools Fleetwod, Reading Central Catholic, and Brandywine. The school is infamous for a notorious group of thirteen students who violated its technology code of conduct and were subjected to external disciplinary action. In the past year the school started a pilot program where students who are enrolled in a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) are manufacturing parts for a company that produces ballistic targets. The students are welding the stock pieces to produce the sub assemblies that are sent back to the company to be painted and delivered to the customers. The full program is slated to go into effect for the 2014-2015 school year.
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