The Donald A. Bennett Educational Services Center (ESC) is named in honor of Mr. Bennett, who was a longtime District educator, teacher, and coach. The ESC serves as the central hub of the Sharon City School District. The main level of the ESC is home to the Office of the Superintendent, Business Office, and Office of the Supervisor of Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment. The Offices of the Supervisor of Student Services and School Psychologists can be found on the lower level. Located on Forker Boulevard, the building is adjacent to Sharon Tiger Stadium and just north of the Sharon Middle/High School and Case Avenue Elementary School campuses.
The Sharon City School District is a public school system which is home to approximately 2,100 students who live within the City of Sharon. The City is located in Mercer County and resides along the Commonwealth's western border.
The District is comprised of four buildings that make up the District's five schools:
Case Avenue Elementary School (grades K-6) built 2013, opened for the 2013-14 school year.
C.M. Musser Elementary School (grades K-6) built 1958, renovated and expanded 2000
West Hill Elementary School (grades K-6) built 1961, renovated and expanded 2000
Sharon Middle/High School (grades 7-12) built 1969, renovated 2003