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George School, Newtown:
Located in Newtown, Bucks County PA, just five miles north of Langhorne, George School is a co-educational boarding and day school for domestic and international students in grades 9-12. George School is a great place to get ready for college. Besides offering a wide variety of Advanced Placement and other interesting, challenging classes, we are one of only four U.S. boarding schools offering the International Baccalaureate Program. We also offer English as a Second Language (ESL) to help international students adapt to an English-speaking system of education.

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Our Mission:

Photo of International Boarding School in PennsylvaniaAccomplishing our goal of educating students is not simple or ordinary. For us, it's not enough for students to acquire great knowledge about great things and be truly prepared for college. It's not enough for them to make strides in social development, creative talent, and athletic ability.

We also ask them to look deep inside, to find and clarify their authentic selves, to blossom intellectually, personally, and spiritually. Students learn about the tension between individual and community, that fairness and justice are inherently tied to each other. They learn to express themselves without trampling others, asking for what they need rather than demanding what they want.

Core Values:
- Transformative relationships between teachers and students are the heart of the George School educational experience. Based upon a powerful combination of example, mutual respect, and personal commitment, these relationships support a program that is intentionally balanced between rigor and reflection, passion and compassion.

- George School is committed to being a community where people with vastly different backgrounds, identities, and perspectives are united both in their respect for the unique gifts that each brings and in pursuit of a common good

- Personal Integrity with values of simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, service, and stewardship

Boarding and Day Programs for Boys and Girls in Grades 9-12:

- Senior High School
- Advanced Placement Courses
- International Baccalaureate Diploma Program
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- College Guidance
- Academic Support

Core Subjects include:
- English, math, calculus, science, Chinese, Spanish, Latin, social justice, economics, woodworking, photography, music, art...


Boarding facilities are available with separate dormitory sections for boys and girls. Each of our dorms has a personality all its own.


Campbell Dorm:
Campbell is home to 28 freshmen boys and four student prefects. It has four faculty apartments.

Orton Dorm:
Orton dormitory houses 46 sophomore boys. There are also four faculty apartments.

Drayton Dorm:
Seventy junior and senior boys reside in Drayton. There are five faculty apartments.


Westwood Dorm:
Westwood dormitory houses 28 freshmen girls and four student prefects. It has four faculty apartments.

Main Dorm:
West Main houses 41 sophomore girls and has three faculty apartments.

East Main Dorm:
East Main houses 38 junior and senior girls and has four faculty apartments.

Central Main Dorm:
Central Main houses 43 junior and senior girls and has five faculty apartments.

Brown House:
This is the smallest dormitory on campus housing up to eight junior or senior students. There are two faculty apartments.

Off-Campus Service Project:

We believe turning your attention to others is so important that it's both a graduation requirement and a part of the fabric of life on campus. The spirit of this commitment lives on in the daily work students do around campus. Co-op, especially "shift" in the dining hall, has become a badge of pride that every George School student wears.

You'll also spend at least 65 hours completing an off-campus service project, but it is not really the number of hours that are important. It's what you will give and get from the experience. You will have opportunities for service trips that take you out into the wider world where you'll look inside and learn about yourself.

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Address: 1690 Newtown Langhorne Road, Newtown, Pennsylvania , USA
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The Hill School, Montgomery County
Courses / Programs
The Hill School is a co-educational boarding and day school consisting of grades 9-12 and a post-graduate year. We are located in Pottstown in Montgomery County PA, 40 miles north-west of Philadelphia.

Founded in 1851, as The Family Boarding School, The Hill School provides students from across the U.S. and around the world with an outstanding liberal arts education designed to prepare them well for excellence in college, careers, and life.

We provide a challenging curriculum to Hill’s 500+ students (56% boys and 44% girls). We have a 76% / 24% boarding-to-day student ratio, and all students must board for one year. Hill students are drawn from 27 states and 20 foreign countries. The student / teacher ratio is approximately 7-1.

The school’s motto reinforces the Honor Code and its expectations that students will develop leadership skills and show personal responsibility and courtesy for others.

A Hill education ultimately hopes to create a lifetime of learning inspired by intellectual curiosity, moral virtue, and esteem for human excellence.
- Challenging college prep curriculum for boarding and day students (grades 9-12 and postgraduate year students) that emphasizes critical thinking and writing.

- We offer 23 Advanced Placement courses, as well as an array of honors classes and independent studies.

- Hill students are active in athletics, the arts, student-run organizations, and community service.

- College advisers are assigned during the winter term of the fifth form (junior) year.
The Perkiomen School
Courses / Programs
Founded in 1875, The Perkiomen School is an empowering experience that gives students the confidence to explore and grow. We provide each student with an experience uniquely combining opportunity and challenge, guidance and encouragement. Perk offers an engaging academic program and a world of possibilities in a community that feels like family.

Located in Pennsburg, PA, Perk’s 172 acre campus is home to 360 students from 26 countries and 10 states. Classes average 12 students with a student to faculty ratio of 7 to 1. Perkiomen is 45 minutes from Philadelphia, 2 hours from New York City, and 3 hours from Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Over 150 courses, including 30 AP courses are offered. Courses include Spanish, Latin, German, and Chinese, plus popular electives from filmmaking to forensic science to poetry and comparative religions. The iPad program was established to support teaching and learning and to expand opportunities for students to learn beyond the traditional classroom.

The Office of College Counseling hosts over 100 college representatives on campus and boasts a 100% college matriculation rate.
Co-educational Boarding & Day School Program:
- Day Program (Grades 6-12)
- Boarding Program (Grades 6-12)
- Post-Graduate Year
- Challenging college preparatory curriculum
- Advanced Placement courses

Core curriculum subjects include:
- English
- Mathematics
- Science
- World Languages
- Computer Science
- History
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Health and Physical Education...
Updated: 2015-08-10
Updated: 2015-08-10
The Lawrenceville School
Courses / Programs
Located in Lawrenceville NJ, just 5 miles south of Princeton, The Lawrenceville School is a four-year co-educational boarding and day school serving Grades 9-12.

Lawrenceville seeks bright, motivated, and curious students who possess imagination, energy, a willingness to take risks, a concern for others, and a commitment to academic and personal growth.

At Lawrenceville, we strive to provide a multicultural environment where students from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to learn from, with and about one another. Lawrentians are part of a community where beliefs, be they cultural, ethnic, or religious, are both supported and challenged.

Because Lawrenceville receives many more applications from prospective students than there are spaces available, the Admission Committee is unfortunately not able to accommodate all applicants who are qualified.
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- English
- History
- Interdisciplinary Studies
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- Mathematics
- Performing Arts
- Religion & Philosophy
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- Visual Arts...
THINK Global School
Courses / Programs
THINK Global School (TGS) is an IB-authorized traveling high school. There is no other school like TGS on the planet.

THINK Global School provides high school students with a once-in-a-lifetime educational experience centered around travel and cultural immersion.

We offer students from the U.S. and around the globe the opportunity for a life-changing journey. Students explore the world, studying in three new international cities each academic year.

TGS students are competitively selected from all regions and all walks of life. Together they are a miniature United Nations, representing over 20 different countries of citizenship, and a diverse range of experiences, talents and interests.

TGS has been authorized as an official IB World School by the International Baccalaureate Organization, and is accredited by the U.S.-based Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

TGS's Current & Previous School Locations around the world:
- 2014-15: New Zealand, Costa Rica, Greece
- 2013-14: India, Tanzania, Japan
- 2012-13: Argentina, Bhutan, USA
- 2011-12: Ecuador, Thailand, Germany
- 2010-11: Sweden, Australia, China

"The collective energy that the students at THINK Global School possess is remarkable. Somehow, the more places they go and things they do, the more energy they have!… It is such an inspiration!"
- TGS Residential Advisor
IB World School Programs:
- Pre-IB Program for Grade 10
- International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program for Grades 11-12

The school year consists of three terms, each held in a different country, where students have the exciting chance to explore the history and culture of fantastic locations worldwide.

- Taught in small classes by friendly, dedicated and experienced teachers
- Classroom instruction is student-driven
- All subjects are inspired by the location, and are designed to combine learning with a wealth of cultural experiences.
Turning Winds Academic Institute (TWAI)
Courses / Programs
Located in northwestern Montana, Turning Winds Academic Institute (TWAI) is an accredited, family-run, therapeutic boarding school for troubled teens (boys & girls) ages 13-18.

We welcome students from Pennsylvania, across the United States, & students from around the world (TWAI is authorized to issue 1-20's for international students).

In our beautiful, peaceful, and safe location, we combine the benefits of a therapeutic boarding school, a wilderness program, and a residential treatment center (RTC).

TWAI has been serving struggling teens and their families since 2002, with an exceptional degree of success.

We provide an extremely high standard of therapeutic treatment to our students, and offer help for the following presenting issues: poor academic performance, behavioral problems, addictions, low self-worth, spectrum disorders, ADD/ADHD, and attachment disorders among others.

With a passion for helping young people in crisis, our clinical, educational, and operations staff are among the best in the country.

We are a small program (40 students) which means that we are able to provide a truly unique and customized approach for every student.

Typically our on site student to staff ratio is 5:1. The average stay at our residential treatment center is 12 months.

Parent Testimonial:
"We feel reassured that our son Chad is in good hands being guided onto the right track...We are really beginning to get our son back again! We thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
Therapeutic Boarding School
For troubled teens ages 13-18

- Middle School Program
- High School Program
- Credit Recovery
- Accelerated Learning
- College Preparation/ AP Classes
- SAT/ACT Testing Center
- Anti-Bullying Program

We also provide a GED program, and college courses.

We create a customized program for each student that requires a minimum of 3 months. However, best results for lasting success are realized through 6+ months of treatment.

TWAI graduates average a 3.5 GPA. It is common for a student to complete 1.5 years of course work in 1 year.