American school setts aren’t plentiful, but they do exist on collegiate and high school levels.
North American School, College, and University Tartans ~
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has a complete bagpipe program with degree.
The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, has instruction. Though they don’t have a pipe band, pipers in marching band do wear kilts.
Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan, offers instruction and has a band named ‘Tulloch Ard’. They wear the MacIntyre tartan to honor their benefactor, Charles MacIntyre.
Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas, offers bagpipe classes and pipe band.
Lyon College 2412
St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina, offers a minor in music with concentration in bagpipes.
University of California, Riverside, has their own tartan and band
University of California, Riverside 2854
For pipe band, merchandising, and livery
The College of Piping, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada offers non-collegiate piping one-year degree for those wanting to teach piping.
Alma College, Michigan, and Radford College, Virginia, have annual Highland Games held on campus.
The Citadel Military Institute has a piping program.
Citadel Military Academy WR572
University of Chicago WR2073
University of Wisconsin WR2323
Xavier, St. Francis 2789
Located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
Warren Wilson College WR1723
I personally know of pipebands at St. Andrews High School in Detroit.
I’ve also located two high schools with piping programs and bands ~ Dunedan High School, Denadan, Florida, and Shorecrest High School, Shoreline, Washington. Shorecrest pipers wear a modern Gordon tartan.