"Pittsburgh Langley High School began the 2011-12 academic year with decreasing enrollment and was part of the Pittsburgh Public Schools financial struggles.
It's situation -- similar to several other City League high schools in recent years -- forced the Pittsburgh Board of Public Education into a difficult decision, to close yet another city high school.
In recent years, Schenley and Peabody were closed and now Langley joins Oliver on the list.
On June 13, Langley will shut its doors.
Although its athletic history is not quite as distinguished as some of the other City League schools that have been shut down in recent years, sports played an important role at Langley. That was especially true for girls athletic teams this past school year".