Freeport Area High School is located on 95.28 acres in Sarver, Buffalo Township, with good access, parking, and well-developed recreational areas are available. The facility was originally constructed in 1960, with additions completed in 1967 and 1987. The school enrolls about 600 students in grades 9 through 12.
The high school is comprehensive in scope with a progressive secondary program designed with an academic curriculum to meet the needs of all students. Students in grades 11 and 12 are eligible to attend the Lenape Vocational-Technical School, which is a two-year full day program offering both vocational and technical curriculum or Northern Westmoreland Career and Technical Center for a half-day program.
Adequate health services are available to all secondary students. Guidance services assist the students in making career and educational choices with more than half of the graduates continuing their schooling in baccalaureate programs.
Extracurricular activities include social organizations and both intramural and interscholastic sports programs. Opportunities are available for extended academic work and in the performing arts, particularly music. More than half the students participate in some form of extracurricular activities.