Cocalico School District Real Estate
Homes and land in Cocalico school district run the gamut from modern town home communities to historic brick and stone homes along main street in Denver, PA and along 272 in Adamstown, PA. There are number of modern single family home neighborhoods. With in the boundaries of the school district you’ll also find farmland and homes on larger lots not attached to others in a neighborhood environment.
Cocalico School District is located in the northern most part of Lancaster County. Cocalico includes Denver Borough, Adamstown Borough, East Cocalico Township and West Cocalico Township.
Cocalico School District
Cocalico School District has four elementary schools, Adamstown Elementary School, Denver Elementary School, Reamstown Elementary School and Schoeneck Elementary School. Cocalico Middle School and Cocalico Senior High School complete the School District.
History of Cocalico School District
In the heart of Cocalico School District lies Denver, PA zip code 17517. Denver PA and the entire Cocalico area lie in the rolling hills of Central PA. Denver, PA was once a stop on the Reading & Columbia railroad that connected the railways namesake towns. In the early 1980’s there was a restaurant near the old station house named the Union Station Restaurant, today its Di Blasi Sandwiches & Pizzas.
Adamstown, PA originally known as Addams Mill was first a mill town founded on a well traveled stage coach route by William Adams. In the 19th century it became home to manufacturers of woolen hats. The hatters gave way in the 20th century to what is often referred to as the Antiques Capitol of USA. Home to Renningers Antique Market, Black Angus Antique Market, Shupps Grove outdoor Flea Market and many more all located in Cocalico SD.
Black Angus Antiques sprung out of Black Angus Steak Restaurant back in the late 70’s. Owned by the founder of Stoudt’s beer, today a widely distributed beer micro brewery in Central, PA. Starting in the 1990’s Stoudt built a bavarian styled village of town home styled store/residences surrounding the market. The original concept was for shop owners to live above their 1st floor shops, just as in earlier times.
East and West Cocalico Townships, derived from the original Cocalico which was founded around 1729 when Lancaster County was first organized.
Cocalico High School
810 South 4th Street
PO Box 800
Denver, PA 17517