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Visit The Swain School at "Walk-In Wednesdays"
The Swain School announces “Walk-In Wednesdays” for visitors
The Swain School's Admissions Office has announced that during the month of February, they will offer "Walk-In Wednesdays" - an opportunity to drop in for a visit and tour of the school.
Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 6 - and running through Wednesday, Feb. 27 - visitors are invited to drop in between 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. to the school, located at 1100 South 24th St., Allentown, in Salisbury Township. No appointments are needed.
"As always, we will continue to welcome visitors throughout the week," said Leah Papp, Director of Admissions. "Contact us at 610-433-4542, ext. 119, to set up an appointment if you’d like to come on another day."
"Walk-In Wednesdays give another opportunity to visit, without the need to make an appointment – something that is often easier with summer’s spontaneous schedules,” continued Papp.
Swain is a co-educational, independent school offering an education of exceptional quality to 300 students in preschool-8th grade who come from 23 area school districts. Small class sizes, an integrated curriculum, state-of-the-art technology resources, and a thorough program of character education, arts, science, technology, and athletics are features of the school, which was established in 1929.
More About The Swain School
The Swain School is an independent, college preparatory day school for pre-school (age three) to eighth grades. The coeducational school was founded in 1929 by D. Esther Swain, a teacher, and relocated in 1950 to its present 20-acre campus in western Salisbury Township outside Allentown.
The Swain School is comprised of three divisions: preschool (preschool and prekindergarten), lower school (kindergarten to fourth grade) and middle school (fifth through eighth grade).
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