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Business Listing   Allegheny Wesleyan College - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 337-6403


Business Listing   Fastbreak Family Entertainment - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-9246


Business Listing   First Christian Church - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-4150


Business Listing   First Christian Church - Office & Fellowship Hall - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-4141


Business Listing   First Presbyterian Pre-School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8620


Business Listing   H & R Block - Foxboro Square- Local Offices- Salem - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-5788


Business Listing   Hannah E Mullin School of Practical Nursing - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8940


Business Listing   Kent State University Salem Regional Campus - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-0361


Business Listing   Knit Wit Knits - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 337-5648


Business Listing   Little Friends Preschool - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-4905


Business Listing   Lynne's Voice & Piano Studio - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 222-2510


Business Listing   Quaker Community Day Care - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-1213


Business Listing   Real Life Pre-School & Day Care Center - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8105


Business Listing   Salem 1 Headstart Center - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-3030


Business Listing   Salem 2 Headstart Center - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-3326


Business Listing   Salem Christian Academy - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8467



Business Listing   Salem City Schools - Elementary Schools- Prospect School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8919


Business Listing   Salem City Schools - Elementary Schools- Reilly School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8921


Business Listing   Salem City Schools - High School- Director of Athletics - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8911


Business Listing   Salem City Schools - High School- Senior High School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8905





Business Listing   Salem City Schools - Junior High School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8914



Business Listing   Salem Public Schools - Elementary Schools- Southeast School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-8925


Business Listing   Salem Wesleyan Academy - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 332-4819


Business Listing   South Range Local School District - Bus Garage - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 533-7091



Business Listing   St Paul of Salem - School - Salem, OH - Phone: (330) 337-3451



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Helpful Definition for: Schools - All

A school is an institution where children are educated under the supervision of trained teachers. Most countries provide compulsory formal education. Schools are usually divided into primary and secondary schools in Salem, where primary school is for young children and secondary school is for teenagers who have completed primary education.  In addition to these, Salem also has well-known play schools, kindergartens or pre-schools. There are also schools for special children, that may be non-profit institutions offering occupational therapy to these children. 

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