Friends School League

Friends School League

Education in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has a rich and storied history. This history began with Benjamin Franklin's founding of the University of Pennsylvania as European styled school and America's first university. Today's Philadelphia region is home to nearly 300,000 college students, numerous private and parochial secondary schools, and the 8th largest school district in the country.

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Friends School League - Higher Education
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... Member schools include Abington Friends School The Academy of the New Church Friends Central School Friends Select School George School Germantown Friends School Moorestown Friends School The Shipley School ...
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... Member schools include Abington Friends School The Academy of the New Church Friends Central School Friends Select School George School Germantown Friends School ...

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