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List of alumni of Central High School (Philadelphia)

A Joe Augustyn – screenwriter, producer 229th Class Henry David Abraham – psychiatrist, 1985 Nobel Peace Prize co-recipient 214th Class Cristin OKeefe Aptowicz – poet and author 255th Class Leon Abbett – former New Jersey governor 112th Class Ell ...


Pennsbury High School

Pennsbury High School is a public high school located in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. It is part of Pennsbury School District. With 3.206 students enrolled for the 2017–2018 school year, Pennsbury High School is the largest high school in Bucks ...


Nazareth Hall Tract

Nazareth Hall Tract is a historic Moravian school complex located at Nazareth, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. It consists of the manor house Nazareth Hall, the 1840 Moravian Church, the "First Room" Building, the Principals House, the Single S ...


Selinsgrove Hall and Seibert Hall

Selinsgrove Hall and Seibert Hall are two historic educational buildings located on the campus of Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove in Snyder County, Pennsylvania. Selinsgrove Hall is a ​ 3 1 ⁄ 2 -story brick structure constructed in 1858 in ...


Steelton High School

Steelton Highspire Junior-Senior High School, historically known as Felton School, is a historic high school building located at Steelton, Pennsylvania. It was built in various stages between 1882 and 1990. It was added to the National Register o ...


School buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Philadelphia


Frankford Friends School

Frankford Friends School is an independent, coeducational Quaker day school for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through eight. It is located at 1500 Orthodox Street in the historic Frankford section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its curricul ...


Catholic elementary schools in Philadelphia


Elementary schools in Philadelphia


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Middle schools in Philadelphia


Bald Eagle-Nittany High School

Bald Eagle-Nittany High School was a public high school in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. After the highschool closed, the building was renovated and is now Central Mountain Middle School.


Beggarstown School

The Beggarstown School, built c. 1740, is a historic school in Beggarstown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, now part of the Mount Airy neighborhood. It is a rare example of a colonial era school building.


Edward W. Bok Technical High School

The Edward W. Bok Technical High School was a public high school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, designed by Irwin Catharine and named after Edward William Bok. It was completed in February 1938 by the Public Works Administration as a vocational h ...


Booth School (Philadelphia)

The Booth School or "The Booth School: A Country School for Boys and Girls" was a private or independent school in the Philadelphia Main Line suburbs from 1938 to 1976. The 27-acre campus it occupied for most of its existence was located at the i ...


Elderton High School

Elderton Junior Senior High School was a tiny, rural, public junior senior high school in Elderton in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It was part of the Armstrong School District. Elderton Junior Senior High School providing grades 7th through 12 ...


Resurrection Elementary School (Pittsburgh)

Resurrection Elementary School, often simply called Ressi, was a Roman Catholic parochial elementary and middle school associated with Resurrection Parish in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The school opened in 1912 and served grades one to eight until ...


St. Gregorys Academy

St. Gregorys Academy was an all-male Roman Catholic boarding school in Elmhurst, Pennsylvania. It was associated with the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, and offered a threefold education: spiritual, intellectual, and physical. Students partici ...


Defunct Catholic secondary schools in Pennsylvania


K-8 schools in Pennsylvania


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Private elementary schools in Pennsylvania


Sun Valley High School (Pennsylvania)

Sun Valley High School is a public high school in Aston, Pennsylvania, a part of Delaware County in the Philadelphia suburbs. It is the only high school in the Penn-Delco School District. The schools mascot is the Vanguard, though its logos, stat ...


High schools in Central Pennsylvania


High schools in Pittsburgh


Preparatory schools in Pennsylvania


Private high schools in Pennsylvania


Pleasant Valley Middle School

Pleasant Valley Middle School is located at Route 115, Brodheadsville, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The school is the sole middle school operated by the Pleasant Valley School District. The building was built in 1989 and renovated in 1993. In 201 ...


Middle schools in Pittsburgh


Private middle schools in Pennsylvania


Fairplay, Pennsylvania

Fairplay is a populated place in Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located between the Gettysburg Battlefield and the Mason–Dixon line at the intersection of U.S. Route 15 in Pennsylvania and the Emmitsburg Road near Marsh Creek, i ...


Round Top, Pennsylvania

Round Top is a populated place in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, near Little Round Top. It is notable for two Battle of Gettysburg hospitals, the 1884 Round Top Station, and several battlefield commemorative era attractions such as Round Top Par ...


Clearfield Alliance Christian School

Clearfield Alliance Christian School is a private Christian school located near the borough of Clearfield, Pennsylvania, in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. The school has been serving students since it was established in 1982.


University of Northern Pennsylvania

University of Northern Pennsylvania was a university in Bethany, Pennsylvania that operated from 1850 to 1857. The university was chartered in May 1848 and opened on December 2, 1850. In the fall of 1854, the Wyoming Annual Conference of the Meth ...

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