Daniel Boone Area High School is located in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, as part of the Daniel Boone Area School District in south-eastern Berks County. It is located about 45 miles (72 km) northwest of Philadelphia along the southern border of Berks County, within 15 minutes of Reading to the north and Pottstown to the southeast. The school serves a population of approximately 200,000 people and covers an area of 42 square miles (110 km2). The school district is predominately rural/suburban with concentrations of population in Amity Township, Borough of Birdsboro and Union Township. Within the proximity of many cultural, historical, educational and recreational facilities, the location affords the students much in the way of cultural and social opportunities. Elective courses available to students include four years of French, German, or Spanish, European History, Introduction to Free Enterprise, Journalism, Psychology, Sociology, Computer Science courses and numerous other offerings. One major notable historical site nearby is the Daniel Boone Homestead. The current administration includes Mr. Thomas Hankel as principal with Mr. Dane Miller and Mrs. Jenny Rexrode as assistant principals. The sports and academic teams compete as the "Blazers", and the school colors are Carolina blue and white.
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