General Information about Doyle Elementary School


       Doyle Elementary School is located at 260 N. West Street in Doylestown, PA. Doyle Elementary School was the second elementary school in Doylestown, built in 1966 at the northern end of the Borough and is surrounded by soccer and softball fields as well a wooded area with a nature trail. The school underwent a complete renovation in 1999 and currently accommodates ca. 490 students, Kindergarten through 6th grades, with 22 classroom teachers, 18 specialists and 20 supporting staff members. The school has a Cafeteria and a Gym, which doubles as Auditorium for assemblies and performances.

       We are proud to be a part of the Central Bucks school district where the academic and social success of our students is the focus of all we do. Our goal at Doyle is to create an atmosphere where students are respectful to all, responsible for their behavior, cooperate with others, are good citizens and academically successful. Every effort is made to the individual social, emotional and physical needs of each child. To do this, parents, teachers, staff and students work together in a cooperative spirit.

       After 6th grade, Doyle students will move on to Lenape Middle School and later to Central Bucks West High School. School mascot is the Soaring Eagle and colors are royal blue and white.

       Doyle is an A-School, classes start at 8:35 AM and end at 3:15 PM. The office is open from 7:30 AM until 4:30 PM (Mondays - Fridays) during the school year. Summer hours are 7:00 AM - 4:40 PM Mondays through Thursdays.