The Frank Sarris Public Library serves as the civic, social, cultural, and educational center for the residents of the Canon-McMillan School District, which encompasses the Borough of Canonsburg, Cecil Township, and North Strabane Township.
Our service area includes the Borough of Canonsburg, Cecil Township, and North Strabane Township. Each of the three municipalities, along with the Canon-McMillan School District, actively supports the Library.
Canon-McMillan School District
The Canon-McMillan School District is a public school district composed of students who live in the Borough of Canonsburg, Cecil Township and North Strabane Township in Washington County. With an enrollment of over 5000 students, the district currently educates its students in seven elementary schools housing grades K-4; two intermediate schools with grades 5-6; a middle school with grades 7-8 and a high school with grades 9-12. The following schools make up the Canon-McMillan School District: The Canon-McMillan High School, Canonsburg Middle School, Cecil Intermediate School, North Strabane Intermediate School, Borland Manor Elementary, Cecil Elementary, First Street Elementary, Hills Hendersonville Elementary, Muse Elementary, South Central Elementary and Wylandville Elementary.
Canonsburg is home to approximately 8,900 residents. The Borough is approximately 2 square miles in area and is predominantly residential and business use in nature.
Cecil Township is home to approximately 13,000 residents. The Township is approximately 26 square miles and offers a mix of residential, agricultural and business uses.
North Strabane Township:
North Strabane Township is home to approximately 13,500 residents. The Township is 27 square miles in area and is predominantly residential and agricultural in nature.