Education in Philadelphia
  with PhiladelphiaLiving.com

Schools:
WB Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences

Educational Organizations:
Merck Arts Education Center
Philadelphia Young Playwrights
Penn State Alumni Association - Philly Chapter
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia

Adult Education:
The Wine School of Philadelphia

Computers & Tech:
ez4youcomputers.com

Visit our Museums page for other fun, educational experiences.

Free Stuff For Non-Profits

Schools

Walter Biddle Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences
7100 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Phone: 215-487-4467; FAX: 215-487-4844
  • W. B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences is located in upper Roxborough on the rolling hills of Wissahickon Valley bordering Fairmount Park. The multi-building complex is located on a 200-acre campus. On one side of Henry Avenue are Academic, Agricultural, Greenhouses, Physical Education/ Health, and a Small Animal Laboratory buildings bordered by arboretum and athletic fields. On the opposite side of Henry Avenue is the working farm which houses our poultry, dairy, swine, sheep, horses and our Meat Science program. These buildings are bordered by the school's golf course, orchard, nursery, field crops,apiaries,dog kennels and the pasture area for the livestock.
  • Principal: Mr. Thomas Scott
  • School store: Wed, thurs, fri 1 pm - 3 pm on school premises Selling fresh meat,poultry, produce, plants, flowers

  • Return to Top
    Philadelphia Young Playwrights
    Educating for Life
  • Philadelphia Young Playwrights is a nonprofit arts education organization teaching literacy and creative expression through playwriting to students in grades K-12.
  • website: www.pypf.org
  • Merck Arts Education Center
  • New Performing Arts Education Center at The Kimmel Center opened to the public September 13, 2002
  • Features interactive exhibits, lectures, master classes and
  • To sign up for any of the MAEC programs call (215) 790-5806
  • Penn State Alumni Association - Philadelphia Chapter
    Go State!

    World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
    1314 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Phone 215-731-1100; Fax 215-731-1111
    Email info@worldaffairscouncilofphila.org
    Description: The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia is a private, non-profit, non-partisan educational organization dedicated to creating a more informed citizenry on matters of national and international significance.
    Programs: Four Upcoming programs sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia are listed below. Events are located downtown with admission of $20 for non-members and $15 for members. The time of each event is 5:45pm to 7:30pm.

    The Foundation for Architecture
    no longer in operation


    Adult Education

    The Wine School of Philadelphia
  • The Wine School of Philadelphia offers weekly wine classes and events in Manayunk.
  • Telephone: (267) 295-1023, wineclass@winelust.com
  • Thursday Night Wine Tastings, 2003 Class Schedule:
  • Pinot Noir & Chardonnay , March 20th
  • Sangiovese & Trebbiano , March 27th
  • Grenache & Grenache Blanc, April 3rd
  • Cabernet Franc & Chenin Blanc , April 10th
  • Merlot & Malvasia , April 17th
  • Thursday Nights, 7-9 PM.
  • Classes are held at Kansas City Prime, 4417 Main Street in Manayunk, From 7-9 PM
  • Friday Night Master Class, 2003 Class Schedule:
  • The Sonoma Wine Event, April 4th
  • The Northern Italy Wine Event, April 25th
  • Friday Nights, 7-9 PM .
  • Classes are held at Kansas City Prime, 4417 Main Street in Manayunk, From 7-9 PM
  • Buy your tickets online at www.winelust.com or call (267) 295-1023 to reserve your seat(s).
  • Must be over 21 years old.
  • TownLiving.com
    Place Your Ad Here


    Sub-Directory Page Ad Only $15 per Month

    PhiladelphiaLiving.com: Education


    suggest a site  |  comments  |  mailing list  |  web services  |  advertising  |  visitor agreement and disclaimer

    © 1999-2005 All rights reserved.
    Owned by Idea Communication Networks, Inc.