Freedom High School 3149 Chester Ave, Bethlehem, PA18020 Feeedom High School is one of two high schools in the Bethlehem Area School District, serving the residents of Bethlehem…More Township. It's school colors are black and gold and its teams are named the Patriots. All high school students in the Bethlehem Area School District are required to complete at least 60 hours of approved community service.
The Bethlehem Christian Training Center 559 E Broad St, Bethlehem, PA18018 The Bethlehem Christian Training Center offers educational programs for Christian spiritual and economic growth. It also…More features a pre-school and day care.
Bethlehem Area School District Education Center 1516 Sycamore St, Bethlehem, PA18017 This converted school building contains the administrative offices of the Bethlehem Area School District and…More Superintendent Joseph J. Roy. A first-floor conference room just inside the entrance from the parking lot is typically where the Bethlehem Area School Board holds its committee meetings.
Nitschmann Middle School 909 W Union Blvd, Bethlehem, PA18018 Nitschmann Middle School is one of four public middle schools in the Bethlehem Area School District. It is named for…More Anna Nitschmann, a poet, Moravian missionary and the wife of Bethlehem founder Count Nicholas von Zinzendorff. The school features numerous extracurricular activities, such as a marching band and interscholastic sports with neighboring middle schools.
Bethlehem Christian School, Ebenezer Campus 3100 Hecktown Rd, Bethlehem, PA18020 The Bethlehem Christian School teaches a Christ-centered curriculum for pre-K through 8th grade children at four…More campuses in the Bethlehem Area. This particular campus, hosted at the Ebenezer Bible Fellowship Church in Bethlehem Township, teaches pupils in Kindergarten through 4th grade. It features both a half- and full-day Kindergarten. There is a pre-admission screening process, and pupils are required to wear uniforms.
Governor Wolf Elementary School 1920 Butztown Rd, Bethlehem, PA18017 Located in the east side of Bethlehem, Governor Wolf Elementary School is part of the Bethlehem Area School District. It…More is named for the seventh governor of Pennsylvania, George Wolf, a Northampton County native who is known as the father of the state's public school system. In 1834, he signed the "Common School Act" into law.
Notre Dame of Bethlehem School 1835 Catasauqua Rd, Bethlehem, PA18018 This school provides academic and religious instruction for children from pre-K through eighth grade and is affiliated…More with the Notre Dame of Bethlehem Church next door on Catasauqua Road. In addition to its academic program, this school also provides numerous extracurricular activities such as choir, a school play and CYO youth sports.
Calypso Elementary School 1021 Calypso Ave, Bethlehem, PA18018 On Calypso Avenue, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues in Bethlehem's west side, this school is one of the smallest of…More Bethlehem Area School District's public schools. All of its pupils live within a mile of its doors. Among the resources it has for parents is a full service Family Center.
Moravian Academy Upper School 4313 Green Pond Rd, Bethlehem, PA18020 Located on a wooded 120-acre campus in Bethlehem Township, the Upper School is the high school of the Bethlehem Moravian…More education system. The application process includes testing and four recommendations, two of which must come from the child's math and English teachers.
Rosemont Lutheran Church 1705 W Broad St, Bethlehem, PA18018 The Rosemont Lutheran Church can be found on West Broad Street in Bethlehem. Rosemont Lutheran offers weekly worship…More services as well as Sunday school for the children of the congregation.
Zion First Hungarian Lutheran Church 938 E 4th St, Bethlehem, PA18015 Zion First Hungarian is a Lutheran church on Bethlehem's south side. It offers weekly worship services as well as Sunday…More school.
Sabo's Service Center 1016 Linden St, Bethlehem, PA18018 Sabo's Service Center sells auto parts and provides vehicle repair services. It is located across from Liberty High…More School in Bethlehem.
Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 714 W Broad St, Bethlehem, PA18018 The Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is a teaching order of Catholic nuns that provides teachers for a number of…More the Catholic schools located through the Lehigh Valley. The Bethlehem convent for the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary can be found at Saints Simon and Jude parish on West Broad Street in Bethlehem.
Kumon of Bethlehem 3650 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, PA18020 The Kumon Math and Reading Center of Bethlehem offers tutoring to children who need to catch up with their class or…More students who need more challenging material than that offered by standard school curricula. Programs are tailored to the students' particular needs.
Volunteer Center of United Way 2200 Avenue A, Bethlehem, PA18017 The Bethlehem offices of the United Way help coordinate fundraising events, as well as community and school outreach…More programs. There is always ample room for volunteers so call them today. The United Way is here to improve the quality of life in the Bethlehem community.
Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem, Southside unit 115 E 4th St, Bethlehem, PA18015 The Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem is part of the national network of clubs, which provides a variety of programs…More and activities for youngsters. This unit serves the community of South Bethlehem. Programming includes an after-school tutor to provide homework help, a computer learning center with Internet access and a game room featuring favorites such as pool, air hockey and ping-pong.
Liberty High School 1115 Linden St, Bethlehem, PA18018 Liberty is one of two high schools in the Bethlehem Area School District public system. It serves most of the City of…More Bethlehem and a few of the surrounding communities. It features the award-winning Liberty High School Grenadier marching band and an academic record that boasts a nearly 50-percent placement rate in four-year colleges. About 90 percent of Liberty graduates go on to some higher education or enter the military.