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Newbury is Poignantly Pittsburgh

Poised to be the heart of the South Hills

Newbury calls the South Hills home. It’s a place that until recently, more than 100,000 people used to whiz by on the highway daily, without noticing. A place that was nearly forgotten. Now, it’s on its way to becoming a living, breathing community.
With virtually limitless recreational, cultural and entertainment opportunities, Pittsburgh has been garnering awards and praise from locals and visitors alike.

City of Champions

In 2007, Forbes magazine named Pittsburgh the 10th cleanest city, and in 2008 listed it as the 13th best city for young professionals to live. And, in 2009, “The City of Champions” was named Most Livable City in the United States and 29th-most-livable city worldwide by The Economist and the sixth best city in “Ten Cities For Job Growth In 2009” by Forbes.
Celebrating Tradition
Newbury brings the architectural character and vernacular of Pittsburgh’s most cherished neighborhoods to life.

Area Schools

Newbury is home to the South Fayette School District, known for its commitment to academic excellence. For more information, please visit

South Fayette Middle School is committed to 21st century learning by providing opportunities for students to be problem solvers and cooperative workers.

SFMS was honored as a 2006 National Blue Ribbon Award school. SFMS is also consistently rated one of the top ten school districts in the county and in the top 5 percent statewide.
South Fayette High School South offers a wide range of courses in core academic subjects as well as Foreign Languages, Technology, Art, Music, Theater Arts, Fitness/Wellness, Business as well as AP and Honors level courses in each core academic subject. Dual Enrollment, On-Line, and Independent Study courses are available for students to pursue interests in subject areas not currently offered in the District.

SFHSS is ranked in the Top 10 for Allegheny County schools for students who scored advanced or proficient on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA).