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Emmaus High School
500 Macungie Ave, Emmaus, PA 18049
Built in 1955, Emmaus High School is a four-year high school and is part of the East Penn School District. There areMore 2,663 students enrolled in grades nine through twelve. Students enrolled in trade or technical courses complete their academic work at Emmaus High School and their laboratory work at Lehigh Career and Technical Institute.
Lehigh Valley Dance Academy
1328 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Dance Academy with EXPERT Instruction 30 years experience! Teaching Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Modern & Pointe.More Offering Classes Ages 3 thru Adult. Ballroom Dancing All styles & Wedding 1st Dance lessons for the bride & groom and entire bridal party! Also offering Pageant training for all ages! Small Class sizes, Individual attention. 1st Class FREE! Enrollment is all year long! Mention Emmaus Patch to get 1 month Special for $29.95. Visit http://www.lvdance.net or call (610) 533-9077 for more information.
Seven Generations Charter School
154 E Minor St, Emmaus, PA 18049
In addition to reading, writing and arithmetic, Seven Generations teaches respect for the environment and all livingMore things. Its curriculum promotes hands-on learning in nature and the community as well as in the classroom. This school uses the environment as a tool to help teach all subjects and its students the benefits of spending time outdoors. The school's name comes from an Iroquois tradition that before any decision is made, its impact on the next seven generations must be considered. Charter schools are public schools, funded by tax dollars, but mandated to be innovative. This new school is in what originally was a 19th-century silk mill. It currently teaches children in grades kindergarten through fifth, but plans to add another grade level every year until it includes at least eighth grade. Seven Generations is in the East Penn School District. East Penn parents who want to enroll their children here must attend an open house in January. If more children apply than the number of openings available, students are selected by lottery.
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