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New Hope-Solebury High School is a four year public high school enrolling approximately 500 students annually in grades 9 through 12. The district draws students from Solebury Township and the Borough of New Hope, located in historic Bucks County. The combined population of these two communities is approximately 10,000 people. The high school environment is marked by strong interpersonal relationships at every level. The U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 ranking of Best High Schools ranked New Hope-Solebury High School as #3 in Pennsylvania and #337 out of 19,400 high schools in the nation. 

Central Bucks High School East is located in Buckingham Township in historic Bucks County Pennsylvania. Central Bucks High School East is a large suburban high school replete with tradition, culture and academic achievement. Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2002 and featured in Newsweek magazine as one of the top high schools in the nation, opportunities for social, emotional and academic growth at East are abundant. Believing that our students’ success is proportionate to their level of involvement, the administration and faculty of East encourage students to utilize their time and talents through a vast array of academic, athletic and other co-curricular pursuits. The majority of students are involved in multiple activities, enabling the culture of East to continually reflect a sense of community and connectedness.

Souderton Area High School is located in a growing semi-rural community of 39,000 residents and is located 25 miles north of Philadelphia. The school district encompasses 49 square miles and the entire school district has approximately 6,700 students. Students choose from one of four Pathways: Industry & Engineering, Business & Communications, Health & Human Services, or Arts & Humanities. The Pathways guide the students in their selection of courses and real life experiences (job shadows and internships) to fulfill their graduation requirements. Students who fulfill the specific requirements, including earning a Distinguished score on their senior project presentation, can earn a Pathways or Scholars Diploma.

Germantown Academy, informally known as GA and originally known as the Union School, is the oldest nonsectarian day school in the United States. The school was founded in 1759, by a group of prominent Germantown citizens. Germantown Academy enrolls students from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade and is located in the Philadelphia suburb of Fort Washington, having moved from its original Germantown campus in 1965. Each student pursues an individualized curriculum tailored to his or her strengths. Students engage in demanding Advanced Placement and honors courses but also have the option of taking basic courses in order to receive additional academic support with their developing skills. With opportunities to explore a comprehensive liberal arts course of study and to pursue their individual passions in depth, GA students grow exponentially during their four years in the Upper School. 

Haverford College's Business Initiatives Group is a student club that attracts students interested in working in start-ups, seeking an MBA, or becoming an entrepreneur. Their goals include:

➢ Visit the top Philly start-ups
➢ Connect with successful Tech and Business Alumni
➢ Receive funding for innovative ideas
➢ Engage and learn through business workshops
➢ Participate in social entrepreneurship activities