Pennsylvania Private Schools by County
Pennsylvania's economy is powerful and diverse. Former agricultural state, it
experienced an important commercial, industrial and mining development from the
nineteenth century, and has long occupied a preponderant place in the national
economy. Pennsylvania today resides as one of the country's major industrial and
mining states, despite a sharp decline in these activities since the early
1970s; the state's gross annual income per capita is also one of the highest in
Pennsylvania is one of the first national coal producers, thanks
to gigantic deposits of fatty coal and anthracite in Appalaches. The other
mineral resources are oil, natural gas, iron ore, lead and zinc.
Agriculture and especially breeding (cattle, poultry) are very prosperous
sectors, due to the proximity of the large urban markets of the North American
megalopolis - from Washington to Boston. Cereals, mushrooms (the first national
producer), potatoes and fruits are the most significant crops.
The main industrial sectors are heavy metallurgy (mixtures, steel works),
mechanics (machine tools), chemistry, the pharmaceutical industry, glass,
agri-food (dairy products), electronics, textiles (confectionery) and paper
. Pennsylvania remains an important producer of crude steel as well, although
volumes have declined considerably. An important diversification of the industry
- made necessary in particular by an increasing unemployment rate - has been
taking place these last decades.
Located on the great inland waterways and close to the coal and iron ore
deposits, Pittsburgh represents one of the most important steel and glassmaking
sites in the country. The Philadelphia benefits more than a wide range of
industrial productions and has one of the first ports in the United States for
Pennsylvania protects numerous museums - most famously the Philadelphia
Museum outside Art - and important historical sites: the Independence Hall
Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence and the United States
Constitution were prepared and written; the Carpenter 's Hall, theater of the
first continental Congress in 1774; the Valley Forja Historical Park and the
Gettysburg National Military Park.
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Major Cities in Pennsylvania
Erie, a town in the state of Pennsylvania in the USA, on the southern shore
of Lake Erie. He has about 280,000 residents with suburbs. In addition to the
lake harbor, the electrical engineering industry and the automotive industry are
important for the city. Erie was founded in 1795.
Gettysburg, a city in the state of Pennsylvania in the United States with
about 10,000 residents. During the American Civil War, between July 1 and 3,
1863, the Northern States won an expensive and bloody victory at
Gettysburg. Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg speech in November of that
year. The area is today a national park with an honorary cemetery.
Harrisburg, city and capital of the state of Pennsylvania in the United
States. With suburbs, it has about 652,000 residents. The iron, steel and
machinery industries are important industries in addition to trade. The city
also houses several universities and colleges. It was founded in 1785. To the
southeast of the city is the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where in
1979 a serious leak of radioactive gas occurred.
Philadelphia, a city in the state of Pennsylvania in the USA, on the
Delaware River. It has about 1.5 million residents, or about 6 million
suburbs. With 30.4 million residents, Philadelphia – New York is the second
largest urban area in the world.
Philadelphia was founded as a Quaker colony by William Penn in 1682. The
American Declaration of Independence was given at Independence Hall in
Philadelphia on July 4, 1776.
Today, the city is a cultural center with a well-known symphony orchestra. He
also has several universities, colleges, museums, a zoo and a botanical
garden. Shipyards and the machinery, metal, textile and electrical industries
are important industries.
Pittsburgh, a city in the state of Pennsylvania in the USA, where the
rivers Monogahela and Allegheny merge. He has about 2.5 million residents
including the suburbs. The city has a large iron and steel industry in addition
to mechanical industry, aluminum industry and chemical industry. He also has two
universities. Pittsburgh was founded as a French fort in 1754.
Three Mile Island
Three Mile Island, a nuclear power plant near Harrisburg in the state of
Pennsylvania in the USA, where a serious reactor shutdown took place in
1979. The cleanup took ten years and cost close to a billion dollars.
Solebury School - New Hope
The Solebury School with currently 235
students was founded in 1925 and is located in the city of New Hope in
Pennsylvania. Above all, creative and independent thinking, as well as the
respect between students and teachers are important to the school.
The main goal of the Solebury School is to make the students enjoy learning.
The school curriculum is very extensive and therefore addresses the different
needs and talents of the young people. In addition to numerous courses, students
can choose between two dozen advanced and AP courses. The teacher / student
ratio is 1: 6 and the average number of classes is 11 students. Students are
known as an individual and not as a face in a lot of students. The teachers can
deal with each individual student well, get enough attention and do not get lost
in the crowd.
Classes take place from 8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. and in the afternoons all students
are obliged to take part in a sporting activity or other extracurricular
activities such as theater, clubs or the like. This should give the students
free head, develop team spirit and the opportunity to make new friends.
There is a lot to do on the weekends. Whether it's a trip to New Hope, the mall
or a bonfire in the evening, there's always something to do. Students can canoe
or bike ride the Delaware River. The Poncono Mountains are only 1½ hours away
and invite you to go skiing and snowboarding, and New York City and Philadelphia
are also not far away and can therefore be visited occasionally.
The school's art offering is particularly large, with over 20 art classes on
offer. Art is particularly highlighted one week a year with the art festival.
Concerts take place, as well as workshops and artists visit the school.
New Hope is home to around 2,500 residents. On the weekends, many tourists visit
the city due to the many restaurants, art galleries and antique shops. The city
is also known for its lively nightlife. New Hope was once a popular place for
Broadway shows, now the city theater is to be reopened. The city is located
between Philadelphia and New York City and is right on the New Jersey border.
- Adams County, PA (10)
- Allegheny County, PA (162)
- Armstrong County, PA (7)
- Beaver County, PA (12)
- Bedford County, PA (10)
- Berks County, PA (56)
- Blair County, PA (20)
- Bradford County, PA (9)
- Bucks County, PA (130)
- Butler County, PA (20)
- Cambria County, PA (18)
- Cameron County, PA (0)
- Carbon County, PA (7)
- Centre County, PA (30)
- Chester County, PA (112)
- Clarion County, PA (12)
- Clearfield County, PA (10)
- Clinton County, PA (13)
- Columbia County, PA (6)
- Crawford County, PA (34)
- Cumberland County, PA (45)
- Dauphin County, PA (47)
- Delaware County, PA (107)
- Elk County, PA (4)
- Erie County, PA (30)
- Fayette County, PA (13)
- Forest County, PA (1)
- Franklin County, PA (30)
- Fulton County, PA (3)
- Greene County, PA (1)
- Huntingdon County, PA (5)
- Indiana County, PA (29)
- Jefferson County, PA (11)
- Juniata County, PA (12)
Lackawanna County, PA (26)
Lancaster County, PA (264)
Lawrence County, PA (10)
Lebanon County, PA (24)
- Lehigh County, PA (48)
- Luzerne County, PA (31)
- Lycoming County, PA (11)
- Mckean County, PA (4)
- Mercer County, PA (26)
- Mifflin County, PA (27)
- Monroe County, PA (12)
- Montgomery County, PA (176)
- Montour County, PA (8)
- Northampton County, PA (28)
- Northumberland County, PA (17)
- Perry County, PA (12)
- Philadelphia County, PA (228)
- Pike County, PA (1)
- Potter County, PA (4)
- Schuylkill County, PA (17)
- Snyder County, PA (14)
- Somerset County, PA (18)
- Sullivan County (0)
- Susquehanna County, PA (1)
- Tioga County, PA (4)
- Union County, PA (12)
- Venango County, PA (7)
- Warren County, PA (5)
- Washington County, PA (15)
- Wayne County, PA (2)
- Westmoreland County, PA (43)
- Wyoming County, PA (3)
- York County, PA (44)