Germantown Academy
Germantown Academy
340 Morris Road
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 19034-
On December 6, 1759, a group of citizens, concerned about the education of their children, met with Daniel Mackinett, at the Green Tree Inn on Germantown Road. At this meeting The Germantown Union School (now known as Germantown Academy) was founded.  The move to Fort Washington began in 1960.
Germantown Academy has created a beautiful, modern campus in Fort Washington, Montgomery County. Yet, campus architecture speaks to the Academy's Colonial and Federalist roots.

One hundred percent of GA graduates attend college on an annual basis. The Patriots had 10 graduates in 2008 named National Merit Scholars, while 190 Upper School students sat for 415 Advanced Placement exams in May 2008. On a daily basis, GA offers 19 Advanced Placement courses, ranging from English and Spanish to Statistics and Physics.
Germantown Academy, a coeducational college preparatory school, offers strong academic and extracurricular programs that enable students to acquire the knowledge, confidence and judgment needed to become good citizens and productive leaders in a global society.  The school seeks students and teachers from all economic, ethnic, religious and national backgrounds who will challenge themselves and contribute to the life of the schoo\
The Division breakdown is as follows: Lower School (PreK-5) - 376; Middle School (6-8) - 258; Upper School (9-12) - 482. Also, 20% of our student enrollment in 2008-09 are considered minority..
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