Center School: Located in Abington in Montgomery County, PA, Center School is a non-profit, co-educational independent day school for children ages six to fourteen who have experienced difficulties with reading and language development. The majority of Center School classroom teachers are master's-educated, certified reading specialists. The staff have been trained by Schools Attuned. Most students use school district buses to travel to and from Center School. Typically, school districts will provide transportation if their boundaries are within ten miles of Center School.
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- Lower School & Middle School programs.
- At the core of Center School's curriculum is the belief that the ability to use language effectively is key to success in school.
- All subjects (reading, math, science, social studies, study skills, art, and physical education) serve as opportunities for students to build language skills.
- We also offer a four-week summer program.
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Located in Allentown, Lehigh County, eastern Pennsylvania, St. Thomas More School is a private Catholic co-educational school offering programs for children in kindergarten through 8th grade. St. Thomas More School has high standards of academic achievement for all students, and the results of our standardized achievement tests indicate that our students flourish in our academic environment. Our school is organized to serve the student and educational program needs at different grade levels.
Our Academic program follows Diocese of Allentown and Pennsylvania State Academic Standards curriculum guidelines and our instructional activities are enhanced by our commitment to the highest standards of student performance. Technology is fully integrated throughout the curriculum at St. Thomas More. In addition to a comprehensive computer science program, we also utilize technology to remediate, enrich and differentiate learning in all subject areas. We also offer enrichment programs, remedial reading and math, speech therapy and guidance counselling. We are accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Academic Schools.
- Programs from kindergarten through 8th grade
- Diocese of Allentown and Pennsylvania State Curriculum with English and language arts, math, science, social studies, Spanish
- Kindergarten Program
- Elementary School
- Middle School
- Technology Program
- Enrichment Programs
- Remedial Reading and Math
- Speech Therapy
- Guidance Counseling
Skippack School of Music in Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania offers hiqh-quality music instruction for children, teenagers, and adults. We provide group and private music classes for: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Ukulele, and group classes for Voice. We teach students at all levels - from beginner to advanced. We also offer Music for Kinder® - early childhood classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers from 18 months to 3.5 years. 30, 45 or 60 minute class options for all instruments.
At Skippack School of Music, we believe that students of all ages and backgrounds should have access to quality music instruction. Our professional staff and their commitment to excellence makes the Skippack School of Music a very special place indeed. We challenge children and adults to discover their own creativity, have fun, and change their lives through musical experience.
Our students come from Skippack as well as many nearby towns including Collegeville, Trappe, Kulpsville, Landsdale, Evansburg, Harleysville, Schwenksville, Lower Salford, Creamery, Cedars, Limerick, Spring City, Royersford, and Oaks.
We offer music instruction to kids, teens and adults in Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Ukulele, and Voice. Choose from:
- Group music classes of no more than 6 students per group learning the same instrument. 30, 45 or 60 minute class options for all instruments.
- Private music lessons
- Music for Kinder® - early childhood music classes for babies, toddlers & preschoolers between 18 months - 3.5 years
Lehigh Christian Academy, located in Allentown, Lehigh County (60 miles north of Philadelphia), Pennsylvania, is an accredited preschool, elementary school and middle school offering grades Prekindergarten - 8. Founded in 1973, Lehigh Christian Academy is the oldest evangelical Christian school in the Lehigh Valley. It was established in order to provide a thorough, complete, and consistently Christian education for the area’s Christian families. Lehigh Christian Academy's administration, faculty and staff partner with the home to meet the intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of each student.
Philadelphia Montgomery Christian Academy, Erdenheim
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Philadelphia Montgomery Christian Academy in Erdenheim, in the Springfield Township just north of Philadelphia in Montgomery County, is one of the premier independent Christian co-educational day-schools in the state of Pennsylvania. We teach Pre-K through 12th Grade programs, and have been fulfilling our mission of providing students with an excellent education from a Christian world-and-life view since 1943. We uphold the Bible as the living core of the Academy’s program by ensuring that every subject in our curriculum is taught from a distinctly Christian perspective.
This dedication to excellence is supported by a faculty of committed Christians, 47% of whom hold advanced degrees, and whose average tenure with Phil-Mont is 13 years. Our small class sizes and 9:1 student-teacher ratio ensure that each student gets the attention he or she requires in order to excel academically. The results speak for themselves: 98% of our graduates go on to 4-year colleges, with 75 percent receiving at least 1 award or scholarship, and 50% graduating as members of the National Honor Society. As well as our domestic school offer, we have an International Program that welcomes overseas students.
The Ellis School, located 5 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is an accredited, college preparatory, independent girls' school offering programs to students age 3 - Grade 12. The Ellis School is committed to a tradition of academic excellence as it prepares students for the future.
A challenging program offers students opportunities for intellectual, artistic, physical, and personal growth within an energetic learning environment. Students are inspired to be active, curious, and independent learners who both respect and question tradition and who use information to pose and solve problems through interaction with teachers and peers.