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Lebanon School District

Lebanon HIgh School Sign

Lebanon High School is the City’s Public School, committed to creating and sustaining an atmosphere of excellence in all aspects of learning. The administration and teaching staff believes in nurturing lifelong learners through a well-balanced and integrated curriculum emphasizing the importance of adapting to an ever-changing world.

Lebanon School District serves children, Kindergarten to 12th grade. For more information, visit the Lebanon School District online: https://www.lebanonsd.org/ 

HACC Lebanon Campus

HACC Lebanon Sign

The rich history of HACC’s Lebanon Campus, providing educational excellence to the Lebanon Valley, began in the fall of 1990 when the newly renovated Francis J. Dixon Hall opened its doors. However, soon after, a fire in November 1990 destroyed the campus and nearby businesses. The campus was rebuilt on its original site, and the new $8 million building opened in January 1992. In the spring of 2014, the campus added two modernized classrooms and a collaborative learning space for faculty and students.  In more recent years, the campus has added a one button studio for video recording and continues to add state of the art technology to support programs. 

Serving the Lebanon Valley for more than 25 years, the Lebanon Campus offers a Welcome Center that brings admissions, registration, financial aid and advising into one convenient location. Lounge areas and wireless internet throughout the campus provide students with the opportunity to study and socialize conveniently. A student life space features Quest Cafe, lounge area, and meeting rooms for student government, clubs and student events. The Pushnik Family Library provides on-site help and comfortable space for individual and group study. Students can access over 11,000 volumes for research, study and personal enrichment. Computers and laptops are available for student use within the library. Online access to academic information and virtual reference service off campus are provided 24/7 for HACC students. 

The Lebanon Campus offers associate degree, certificate and diploma programs, as well as workforce development courses. Much of the general education course work for HACC’s other programs can also be completed at the Lebanon Campus. 

Students can choose from day or evening offerings, blended offerings, or online courses. In addition, a variety of developmental courses are offered to develop math and language skills. The Office for Academic Success provides free tutoring skills workshops and exam proctoring for current students and placement testing services for new students. In addition, students have access to services offered by academic advising and counseling, career and transfer services, veteran’s affairs and disability services. For more information, please contact the Lebanon Campus at 717-270-4222 or visit http://www.hacc.edu/Campuses/LebanonCampus/  

Lebanon Campus 

735 Cumberland Street, Floor 3

Lebanon, PA 17042 



Lebanon Valley College

Lebanon Valley College

Lebanon Valley College, in Annville, Pa., provides an exceptional learning experience to undergraduates, graduate students, and online learners, all of whom benefit from a highly student-centered approach and curriculum that builds the communication, creative, critical thinking, and analytical skills employers seek.

With 1,651 full-time undergraduate students, 118 full-time faculty, 40+ majors, and a 10:1 student-faculty ratio, students receive personal attention, hands-on learning and internship opportunities, and, through the Breen Center for Graduate Success, career guidance matched to their developmental needs—starting in their first year. Signature academic programs include the six-year doctor of physical therapy, five-year master’s in athletic training, five-year master’s in speech-language pathology, biology, chemistry, accounting/MBA 3+1, digital communications, and one of the best actuarial science programs in the country. Online and graduate programs include an MBA with four concentrations, a master in music education, a modern band certificate, a master of science in STEM education, and an integrative STEM education certificate.

The 357-acre residential campus is a safe community with facilities that feature advanced instrumentation, technology, and equipment. The College’s new $20 million Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion includes labs the caliber of those found at research universities. An expansive athletic complex supports the 26 Flying Dutchmen varsity athletic teams, including co-ed eSports, the first such team established in Pennsylvania. Students can choose from more than 95 clubs and organizations, including the Middle Atlantic Conference’s largest marching band, and numerous study abroad and service opportunities.

LVC is listed as #1 among all U.S. colleges and universities in “The Best Colleges in Each State for Getting a Job 2018,” based on federal data analyzed by the career-guidance site Zippia.com. The College’s four-year graduation rate is among the top 10% of all schools in the U.S. It is located 15 minutes east of Hershey and 35 minutes east of Harrisburg. Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are within two hours’ drive.

Learn more at www.lvc.edu