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Learning Resources in Allentown



The Allentown School District's Pathways to Success vision provides every student in the Allentown School District with an individualized academic plan that leads to graduation and success in post-secondary education or a job paying a family-sustaining wage.

 


The primary goal of the schools within the Diocese of Allentown is the ongoing formation of the Christian person by developing the spiritual, intellectual, social, cultural, emotional and physical gifts of the students entrusted to our care.

 



The Arts Academy Charter Middle School is a tuition-free, arts-enriched public middle school serving students from over 25 regional school districts in grades five through eight. The AACMS offers an arts-integrated approach to learning, with opportunities to explore dance, visual arts, theater, figure skating, vocal or instrumental music. The school’s rigorous academics and arts are taught by certified teachers, distinguished teaching artists and professional experts. New student interviews occur in February/March for the following school year.

 



Roberto Clemente is a small learning community that inspires and educates students to maximize their success. The school provides students with a rigorous academic foundation using a holistic approach. The school also challenges students to excel and to acquire the knowledge and skills that they will need to be successful in college and secondary level study and to be lifelong learners.

 



Since its founding in 1867, Cedar Crest College has taken a bold approach to education - creating a college and a curriculum designed for women who want to achieve at the highest levels! Recognizing the multi-dimensional nature of students, Cedar Crest College is dedicated to the education of the next generation of women leaders by preparing the whole student for life in the global community.

 

 



Lehigh Carbon Community College serves the community by providing high quality education that is affordable and accessible. It promotes academic excellence, student achievement, and support of diverse populations as a comprehensive community college

 



Founded in 1848, Muhlenberg is a highly selective, private, four-year liberal arts college. The college took its present name in 1867 from Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, patriarch of the Lutheran Church in the American Colonies. The college aims to help students become independent critical thinkers who are intellectually agile, characterized by a zest for reasoned and civil debate, knowledgeable about the achievements and traditions of diverse civilizations and cultures, able to express ideas with clarity and grace, committed to life-long learning, equipped with ethical and civic values and prepared for lives of leadership and service.