William Culbertson Elementary School 3530 Goshen Rd, Newtown Square, PA19073 Culbertson Elementary School is the only public elementary school in the Marple Newtown District serving Kindergarten…More through fifth-grade students in the Newtown Square community. James Orwig is the current principal at the school, which offers Cougar Hoops, a basketball program.
The Marple Newtown School District Administrative Offices are located within the Gauntlett Community Center on Media…More Line Road and West Chester Pike.
The building is home to the district's Superintendent, Board of Directors, Human Resources, Operations, Transportation, Curriculum & Instruction, Technology, Health, Business, Special Education, Food Services and Technology offices for schools in the district.
Merle Horowitz is the current superintendent for the district. There are four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school in the district.
Hillview Nursery School 219 Parkview Dr, Broomall, PA19008 Hillview Nursery School is a nonprofit organization that offers small classes for pre-school kids. Two different classes…More are available from September through June, offering both morning and afternoon time-slots. Teachers have an extensive background in education, including the substitutes who have been with Hillview for almost 50 years.
Kaplan, Inc 1991 Sproul Rd, Broomall, PA19008 Kaplan, Inc is a training school for students in need of school credits, an associate degree or a GED. Kaplan's Broomall…More campus was built in 1994 at the Lawrence Park Shopping Center. This campus is a Microsoft IT Academy, offering IT training and Microsoft certification. The school offers weekend and evening classes. This campus also offers training for careers in computer support and dental assistance as well as for those interested in becoming electrical or pharmacy technicians.
Willistown Friends Quaker Meeting 7069 Goshen Rd, Newtown Square, PA19073 The Willistown Friends Quaker Meeting has a Quaker-based religious service at its meetinghouse on Goshen Road and Warren…More Avenue. The meetinghouse was established in 1769 and has been serving Quaker residents in religious beliefs of experiencing God. Children from nursery school through middle school attend First Day School, a Quaker educational program enriching the youth with Quaker beliefs. Several other activities offered include yoga, women's potluck lunches and men's brown bag lunches.