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    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was founded in 1758. As the site of the nation’s largest inland port, it became a central hub of commerce and industry during the heyday of heavy manufacturing and steel production. With the general collapse of these industries in the U.S., Pittsburgh had to find something new. Over the last forty years, the city and surrounding AlleghenyCounty has bounced back, attracting technology companies, students, communications firms, and much more. Today it is once again a thriving area, with a county population of 1,300,000.

    The City of Pittsburgh is located at the intersection of three rivers; the Allegheny, the Ohio, and the Monongahela. It has thirty river-crossing bridges, and glancing down the Allegheny River gives one a beautiful view of many of the unique bridges (AlleghenyCounty is said to have some 2,000 bridges in all). The well-designed PNC Park hosts the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the beloved Steelers play at Heinz Field. The Mellon Arena and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center host many exciting conventions, concerts and other gatherings each year. The Convention Center is actually the largest “green” (environmentally-friendly) building in the country, and has been certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.

    The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is the region’s largest employer and a leader in fields such as transplantation, psychiatry, cancer treatment, and women’s health. Schools such as the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, and Carnegie Mellon University attract bright leaders in their fields, bringing innovation, technology and creativity to the region.

    In 2000, there were 334,563 people living in the City of Pittsburgh; among those 25 and older, 26.2% had at least a Bachelor’s degree. According to the 2003 census, there were 1,261,303 people in AlleghenyCounty; 28.3% of those over 25 had earned at least a Bachelor’s degree. Public Schools:

    Private Schools:

    Trade Schools & Technical Schools:

    Pittsburgh Education - College Directory

    The Complete Directory of Pittsburgh Education & College Degrees.

    www.PittsburghEducation.com

    A.

    University of Pittsburgh
    Home page for The University of Pittsburgh, one of the oldest colleges in the United States.

    B.

    DuquesneUniversity
    600 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, 15282 - (412) 396-6058
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    C.

    Point Park University
    201 Wood St, Pittsburgh, 15222 - (412) 392-3456
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    D.

    Carnegie-Mellon University
    5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, 15213 - (412) 268-2000
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    E.

    Robert Morris University
      

    F.

    Carlow University
    3333 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA15213

    G.

    Chatham University
      
    PSSA 2006, school district level
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