Students: 90 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Boys
Carson Long Military Institute
Carson Long Military Institute, is the oldest school in the nation which still provides military training and experience within an academic setting. This boarding school provides boys within grades 6 through 12 with a personalized academic experience.
With small class sizes and an ever expanding academic curriculum, this school focuses on instilling a sense of duty, honor, fitness, and commitment within each student.
This school offers a number of extracurricular opportunities for students, including JROTC, performing arts, and athletic activities.
Located in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, this school offers enhanced educational opportunities for students, within a safe and beautiful setting. This school offers a number of boarding options, allowing students to visit home on the weekends. Tuition assistance is available.
Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania
Wyoming Seminary is a private and independent coeducational school for students from pre-kindergarten to high school located near Wilkes-Barre in northeastern Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1844 by Methodist leaders. The Lower School in Forty Fort is a day school for students through eighth grade. The Upper School in Kingston offers day and boarding programs. Total enrollment is 738 students. Forty percent of the high school population reside on campus. “Sem” serves students from 15 states and 17 countries. The annual tuition is ...
Pine Forge Academy is located in the beautiful city of Pine Forge, Pennsylvania. They have been serving both boys and girls in this fine facility since 1946. Pine Forge Academy serves 174 students in grades 9-12. More than 98% of all graduates attend college. As a member of the Seventh Day Adventist belief system, they have a strict structure that is meant to be beneficial to all students seeking education and a higher calling. This school has a small and ...
George School is a co-ed private high school on a rural campus near Newtown, Pennsylvania. Just over half its students are boarding students. Opening in 1893, George School was founded upon Quakerism (the Society of Friends), but the school embraces diversity. The school holds worship meetings that are usually silent and contemplative, although students who feel inspired may offer a song or say a prayer. Due to its heritage, community thinking is encouraged and students are permitted to speak to their teachers ...