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- ^ "Shipley School honors alumni, continues 125th Anniversary Celebration with special programming this spring". Main Line Media News (Press release). Lower Merion. May 21, 2019. Retrieved 17 October 2020.
- ^ Gensler, Howard (28 March 2016). "Shipley alumna Jessica Knoll says gang rape in her best-selling novel was real". Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 23 June 2020. Jessica Knoll, author of the best-selling novel Luckiest Girl Alive revealed Tuesday that the harrowing gang rape she depicted in her book wasn't fiction at all. It had happened to her, when she was a student at the prestigious Shipley School in Bryn Mawr.
- ^ Wisehart, Morgan. "The Death of the High School Band". Radnorite. Retrieved 2020-07-20. You know a kid who’s released a few songs, your friend has some locked diss tracks posted, not forgetting the mash-ups created by your next door neighbor, Chris Comstock, A.K.A Marshmello (Shipley; class of 2010).
- ^ Steinlstein@mainlinemedia.com, Linda. "Young Villanova singer to perform at World Cafe Live". Main Line Media News. Retrieved 2020-07-20. “I started writing my own music when I was 6,” he said. “That really ignited my passion for music,” said the Villanova native who is in ninth grade at The Shipley School.
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