George School: Located in Newtown, Bucks County, PA, just five miles north of Langhorne, George School is a boarding and day co-educational Quaker school for grades 9-12. It is a half hour from Princeton, New Jersey, 40 minutes from Philadelphia and 2 hours from New York City. George School is academically rigorous. 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.
Boarding facilities are available with separate dormitory sections for boys and girls. Each of our dorms has a personality all its own. There are lots of things to do on a typical George School weekend. You will have a chance to hang out with friends, work on a group project, or even get ready for an upcoming test. You will feel safe, nurtured and challenged as you encounter new ideas, new people, new ways of life.
From the North (I-95) 1. Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 9 (New Brunswick).
2. After the toll booth, stay right and follow signs to Route 1 South.
3. Take Route 1 South toward Trenton/Princeton for about 20 miles or 30 minutes.
4. South of Princeton, New Jersey (and near the Quakerbridge and Mercer Malls) take the exit for Interstate 95 South to Pennsylvania (on the right).
5. Travel South on I-95 into Pennsylvania and take exit 49 (Newtown/Route 332).
6. At the top of the Exit 49 (Newtown/Route 332) ramp, turn right onto Route 332 West and follow it for about three miles to its intersection with Route 413, just after the shopping center on your left.
7. Turn left onto Route 413 South.
8. George School, which is marked by a large brown sign, is on the right. The main entrance to the campus is about 50 yards from the intersection.
From I-95 1. At the top of the Exit 49 (Newtown/Route 332) ramp, turn onto Route 332 West.
2. Follow Route 332 West for about three miles to its intersection with Route 413.
3. Turn left onto Route 413 South.
4. George School, which is marked by a large brown sign, is on the right. The main entrance to the campus is about 50 yards from the intersection.
From the South (I-95) 1. Take I-95 North past Philadelphia and toward Trenton.
2. Get off I-95 about 35 miles north of Philadelphia at Exit 49 (Newtown/Route 332).
3. At the top of the Exit 49 (Newtown/Route 332) ramp, turn onto Route 332 West.
4. Follow Route 332 West for about three miles to its intersection with Route 413.
5. Turn left onto Route 413 South.
6. George School, which is marked by a large brown sign, is on the right. The main entrance to the campus is about 50 yards from the intersection.
From the West 1. Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to Exit 351 (Philadelphia).
2. After the toll booth, go straight to get onto Route 1, heading north toward Morrisville.
3. Go about three miles on Route 1 North and exit right, following signs to Route 413 North and Langhorne.
4. George School is on Route 413, about three miles north of Langhorne, on the left.
From Philadelphia There is a bus service (SEPTA) from the Market East train station in Philadelphia to Newtown, which is about a mile from the campus. Trains run from Market East to Langhorne PA (about five miles south of Newtown), and it is easy to get a taxi to George School from there.
From Metropolitan Areas North or South of Philadelphia Most north and south bound trains on the east coast stop at 30th Street Station in Philadelphia and at the Amtrak station in Trenton NJ. Trenton is a 15-minute taxi ride from George School.
From Philadelphia International Airport The airport is on Interstate 95 about 35 miles south of Newtown. Private limousine or taxi service to George School is available.
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2018-09-04 were from:
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In a typical year, Kiski enrolls 200 students in Grades 9-12 plus a handful of post-graduate students. Our students come from many different US states and more than a dozen different countries.
There are 60 different courses that make up Kiski's classic, yet innovative liberal arts education, including history, literature, social and natural sciences, and fine arts. These courses mirror the curriculum in the nation's best universities.
One hundred percent of Kiski graduates go on to four-year colleges or universities. We also offer an outstanding, personalized college counseling service for each student.
The Phelps School, Malvern, Pennsylvania - Philadelphia Area
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The Phelps School is a private, nonsectarian boarding and day school for boys in grades six through 12. The School inhabits a beautiful 70-acre wooded campus in Pennsylvania’s historic Chester County, 25 miles outside of downtown Philadelphia.
With approximately 100 students and an average class size of seven, The Phelps School offers the ideal setting for boys who thrive in a small, nurturing and structured environment. The learning experience is personalized for each student, with offerings ranging from college-level Advanced Placement courses for academically gifted students to a comprehensive Academic Support Program for students with learning differences.
Beyond rigorous academics, students will find a robust athletics program, numerous extracurricular activities, and a strong support system comprising deeply caring faculty and peers. The Phelps School empowers each student to reach his highest potential, and is committed to preparing young
men for college and for life.
Boarding & Day School for Boys in Grades 6-12, with an optional Postgraduate year.
Core academic subjects with a variety of Advanced Placement courses include:
- World Language
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Social Studies
- Academic Support Program(ASP)
- Physical Education
- Athletics Program...
Erie First Christian Academy (EFCA) in Erie, PA, is a private, accredited day and boarding school that provides a full-time college preparatory education for young men and women from all over the world. We provide co-educational day programs for Pre-K-12th Grade students, and boarding programs for Grades 8-12.
Our program is designed to bring out the best in each student through immersion in a nurturing environment that combines structured guidance with self-reliance and personal development and discovery.
At EFCA, international students attend school with American community students, this year we had students from 14 different countries. Our graduates experience academic success at the college and university level along with a high level of scholarship incentives.
Erie First Christian Academy is accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and MSA (Middle States Association). All EFCA teachers are fully certified.
Established in 1746, Linden Hall is the oldest girls' boarding school in the United States. The school is located in the historic town of Lititz PA, within a few hours of Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and New York City.
As a college preparatory day and boarding school for grades 6-12 and a post graduate year, Linden Hall is dedicated to excellence in the education of young women.
Linden Hall’s mission is to provide what we believe is the best college preparatory experience in the nation. Through our signature 4C’s Promise, Linden Hall provides an experience that best prepares each student for success and leadership in college and the working world.
Linden Hall is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
• 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 ages 14-18 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:
- 2017-18: Botswana, India, Japan & Spain
- 2016-17: Canada, Morocco & Peru
- 2015-16: Sweden, Bosnia & Italy
- 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
• 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 chance to explore the history and culture of fantastic locations worldwide.
• Taught in small classes by friendly, dedicated and experienced teachers
• Student-driven instruction
• All subjects are inspired by the location, and are designed to combine learning with a wealth of cultural experiences.
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.