The Norwin School District is comprised of the municipalities of North Huntingdon Township, Irwin Borough and North Irwin Borough in southwestern Westmoreland County. There is also a small portion of the School District (18 properties) in neighboring Allegheny County in White Oak Borough and South Versailles Township. The Norwin School District is the result of the 1958 jointure between the North Huntingdon Township Schools and the Irwin Borough Schools, reuniting what was in the 1930's one system.
Approximately ten (10) miles from Greensburg, the county seat, and twenty (20) miles from downtown Pittsburgh, off exit 67 (old exit 7) of the Pennsylvania Tunpike, the community covers thirty-six (36) square miles while serving as home to approximately 30,000 residents.
Through quality educational experiences, the Norwin School District prepares students to become productive and responsible citizens in an ever-changing global society.