Listing of Pennsylvania boarding schools - Boarding school directory for the State of Pennsylvaniateen boarding schools and reform schools for girls.
Listing of Pennsylvania boarding schools - Boarding school directory for the State of Pennsylvaniateen boarding schools and reform schools for girls.
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  • Church Farm School

    Exton, PA

    Church Farm School is a private all-boy school in Exton, Pennsylvania. Exton is a large suburb in Chester County, where you will find 126 other private schools. Unlike most schools, however, Church Farm School offers students room and board. In terms of religious orientation, the Church Farm School is Episcopal. The academic school years lasts 186 calendar days and each day students spend 7 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 26.0 full-time equivalent teachers… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    184 Students
    30 Teachers
  • George School

    Newtown, PA

    George School is a private coed school in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Newtown is a large suburb in Bucks County, where you will find 109 other private schools. Unlike most schools, however, George School offers students room and board. In terms of religious orientation, George School is a Friends school. The academic school years lasts 166 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 99% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 66.3 full-time equivalent teachers are on… More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    525 Students
    87 Teachers
  • Grier School

    Tyrone, PA

    Grier School is a private all-girl school in Tyrone, a rural area in Pennsylvania. 3 other private schools are located in Huntingdon County too, but very few - if any - are boarding schools like Grier School is. In terms of religious orientation, Grier School is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 163 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 98% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 54.4 full-time equivalent teachers are… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    258 Students
    63 Teachers
  • Linden Hall

    Lititz, PA

    Linden Hall is a private all-girl school in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Lititz is a large suburb in Lancaster County. Lancaster County is home to 288 private schools, including Linden Hall. In terms of religious orientation, Linden Hall is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 171 calendar days and each day students spend 8 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 22.5 full-time equivalent teachers are on staff to educate the student body of 244… More

    5 - 12
    All-boy
    244 Students
    29 Teachers
  • Mercersburg Academy

    Mercersburg, PA

    Founded in 1893 in the heart of Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic, Mercersburg Academy is a private, coed, college preparatory boarding school with 435 students in grades 9-12 and postgraduate.We offer 170 courses, 26 varsity sports, numerous performing and fine arts programs, an outdoor education program, and more than $7 million in financial aid. Mercersburg is located only 90 minutes from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Md., and within easy driving distance of New York City, Philadelphia, Pa., and Pittsburgh, Pa.MissionAt Mercersburg Academy we embrace the… More

    9 - 12PG
    Coed
    442 Students
    105 Teachers
  • Milton Hershey School

    Hershey, PA

    Milton Hershey School is a private coed school in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Hershey is a rural area in Dauphin County, where you will find 43 other private schools. Unlike most schools, however, Milton Hershey School offers students room and board. In terms of religious orientation, Milton Hershey School is a nonsectarian school. The Milton Hershey School is also the largest boarding school in the country. The school is attended by nearly 2,000 students, of various backgrounds, in grades PK-12. The school was founded in 1909… More

    12
    All-boy
    1835 Students
    190 Teachers
  • Perkiomen School

    Pennsburg, PA

    Perkiomen School is a private coed school in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania. Pennsburg is a large suburb in Montgomery County, where you will find 162 other private schools. Unlike most schools, however, Perkiomen School offers students room and board. In terms of religious orientation, Perkiomen School is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 165 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 36.1 full-time equivalent teachers are on… More

    6 - 12
    All-boy
    301 Students
    41 Teachers
  • Shady Side Academy

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Shady Side Academy is a private coed school in Pittsburgh, a large suburb in Pennsylvania. 147 other private schools are located in Allegheny County too, but very few - if any - are boarding schools like Shady Side Academy is. In terms of religious orientation, Shady Side Academy is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 167 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 115.1 full-time… More

    12
    All-boy
    928 Students
    120 Teachers
  • Solebury School

    New Hope, PA

    Solebury School is a private coed school in New Hope, Pennsylvania. If you don't count Solebury School, there are 109 private schools in Bucks County. Their campus is set in a rural area, which is just one important piece of information to consider when looking at boarding schools. In terms of religious orientation, Solebury School is a nonsectarian school. Solebury School offers a fantastic education to children in the middle and upper grades. The campus appears as if it is a comfortable farm house… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    233 Students
    51 Teachers
  • The Hill School

    Pottstown, PA

    The Hill School is a private coed school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Their campus is set in a small suburb, which is just one important piece of information to consider when looking at boarding schools. In terms of religious orientation, The Hill School is a nonsectarian school. There are numerous sports teams at Hill School to participate in and are used to help the students build character and leadership qualities while at the same time helping them to become aware of staying fit and learning… More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    494 Students
    68 Teachers
  • The Phelps School

    Malvern, PA

    The Phelps School is a private all-boy school in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Malvern is a large suburb in Chester County. Chester County is home to 127 private schools, including The Phelps School. In terms of religious orientation, The Phelps School is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 170 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 95% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 26.3 full-time equivalent teachers are on staff to educate the student… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    116 Students
    28 Teachers
  • Valley Forge Military Academy

    Radnor, PA

    Valley Forge Military Academy is a private all-boy school in Radnor, a large suburb in Pennsylvania. 95 other private schools are located in Delaware County too, but very few - if any - are boarding schools like Valley Forge Military Academy is. In terms of religious orientation, Valley Forge Military Academy is a nonsectarian school. The Valley Forge Military Academy offers male students the chance to enter a military-style school in the seventh grade and remain in the academy until they graduate from college.… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    260 Students
    28 Teachers
  • Westtown School

    West Chester, PA

    Westtown School is a private coed school in West Chester, Pennsylvania. West Chester is a rural area in Chester County. Chester County is home to 127 private schools, including Westtown School. In terms of religious orientation, Westtown School is a Friends school. The academic school years lasts 163 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges. 91.6 full-time equivalent teachers are on staff to educate the student body… More

    12
    All-boy
    700 Students
    107 Teachers

What's Up in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is known for hard-working citizens and an ability to come out on top time and time again. Its boarding schools also reflect this, giving students the chance to gain a world-class education and lay the foundation for a successful life. To do so, there are many boarding schools that have excellent reputations.

Carson Long Military Institute View profile »

The oldest boarding school in the nation that offers military training, Carson Long is designed for students looking at making the military a possible career path. In order to achieve this, they must successfully pass a rigorous academic program at the school, along with participating in junior ROTC. With small classes and a wide array of academic classes available, it continues to be a popular choice for many parents and their children.

Girard College

Coed for grades 1-12, Girard College is located in Philadelphia and sits on 43 acres. Originally a school for orphans when it first opened in 1848, it became a coed school designed for children whose parents were of limited financial means. In keeping with that tradition, the school offers full scholarships to all who are accepted, opening the doors of education to those who may not have been able to afford it otherwise.

Mercersburg Academy

An elite coed school of 430 students, Mercersburg Academy offers more than 160 different classes from which students can choose, which is one of the largest varieties of any school in the United States. The student body is very diverse, with more than 35 percent of the school’s students coming from foreign nations.

Valley Forge Military Academy View profile »

With such distinguished alumni as J.D. Salinger and General Norman Schwarzkopf, Valley Forge Military Academy has built a long-lasting reputation of academic and military excellence. Coed for grades 7-12, it has more than 600 students and places a strong emphasis on physical fitness and character. To become a cadet, a student must demonstrate good citizenship as well as excellent physical and mental health. Due to its excellent reputation, the school often has a long waiting list of those seeking admission.

The Grier School View profile »

An all-girls school, Grier offers a personalized academic experience for students. Low student-teacher ratios, combined with Advanced Placement programs and an SAT program known for improving test scores, makes this school the first choice of many parents. Along with the usual academic courses, students can also take classes in dance, horseback riding, and music.

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