Shipley School
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The Shipley School
Address
814 Yarrow Street
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
United States
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School typeCoeducational Independent College Preparatory School Independent
MottoFortiter in Re; Leniter in Modo
("Courage for the deed; Grace for the doing")
Established1894
Head of schoolMichael G. Turner
Enrollment800
Student to teacher ratio7:1
Color(s)Carolina Blue and Forest Green
MascotGator
Website
www.shipleyschool.org
The Shipley School is a private school for students in pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade. Shipley is located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania​, approximately 12 miles west of Philadelphia​.
Notable alumni​[​edit​]
References​[​edit​]
  1. ^ "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.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ 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).
  4. ^ 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.
External links​[​edit​]
Official website
Members
Abington Friends SchoolThe Academy of the New ChurchFriends Central SchoolFriends Select SchoolGeorge SchoolGermantown Friends SchoolMoorestown Friends School • The Shipley School • Westtown School
Founded 1713
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‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent township or townships
*The census-designated place is entirely in Lower Merion Township, but there are adjacent areas not in the CDP, with "Bryn Mawr, PA" postal addresses, in adjacent townships
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Does not operate any schools
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Abington Friends School​Academy Of The New Church Boys School​Academy Of The New Church Girls SchoolAIM Academy​Armenian Sisters Academy​Calvary Baptist School​Coventry Christian Schools​Dock Mennonite Academy​Episcopal Academy​Friends' Central School​Germantown Academy​Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy​Indian Creek Mennonite SchoolJack M. Barrack Hebrew AcademyLa Salle College High School​Lakeside School​Lincoln Academy​Main Line Academy​Martin Luther SchoolMary, Mother of the Redeemer Catholic School​Meadowbrook School​Merion Mercy Academy​Mount Saint Joseph Academy​New Life Youth & Family Svcs​Reformation Christian SchoolSaint Aloysius SchoolSaint Basil Academy​Saint Katherine Day School​Shipley School​Stowe Lighthouse Christ Academy​The Baldwin SchoolThe Haverford SchoolThe Hill SchoolThe Pathway SchoolThe Perkiomen SchoolTorah Academy of Greater Philadelphia​Trinity Christian Academy​Valley Forge Baptist Academy​Wyncote Academy
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Spring-Ford Senior High SchoolOther schools are in Chester County
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Upper Perkiomen High SchoolOther schools are in Berks County
Sections of the Boyertown Area, Souderton Area, Spring-Ford Area, and Upper Perkiomen school districts extend into other counties; only schools in Montgomery County should be listed in this template

Coordinates:40.0248°N 75.3155°W
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Categories: Preparatory schools in PennsylvaniaPrivate elementary schools in PennsylvaniaPrivate middle schools in PennsylvaniaPrivate high schools in Pennsylvania​Educational institutions established in 1894Lower Merion Township, PennsylvaniaSchools in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania1894 establishments in Pennsylvania
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