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Business Listing   Briganti Family Studio of Dance & Baton - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-6229


Business Listing   C de Career Development & Employment - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-5014


Business Listing   Children's Academic Learning Center - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-6540



Business Listing   Colonial Northampton Intermediate Unit 20 - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-2883


Business Listing   Creative Learning Center - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 420-0706


Business Listing   East Stroudsburg Area School District - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 424-8877


Business Listing   Insurance Institute Of Pennsylvania - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-4315


Business Listing   International Gymnastics School - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 629-2767


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 424-9286


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Administration Building - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-1990


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Arlington Heights Elementary - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-6952


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Clearview Elementary - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-7277


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Middle Schl- Cafeteria - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-4840


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Middle Schl- Princpl OFC - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-4834


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Morey Elementary - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-6371


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Ramsey Elementary School - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-3160


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Stroudsburg High - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-1991


Business Listing   Stroudsburg Area School District - Stroudsburg Jr High - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 424-4848


Business Listing   Stroudsburg School of Cosmetology - Stroudsburg, PA - Phone: (570) 421-3387


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Helpful Definition for: High Schools

High Schools in Stroudsburg are the educational institutes, generally comprising grades 9 to 12, attended after the primary & middle school. The academic programs followed in these schools are specifically designed for students between the ages of 12 and 17 years. Most academic programs emphasize on the Liberal Arts studies such as language, philosophy, history, literature, or abstract science, intended to provide general knowledge and to develop general intellectual capacities. Apart from academics, the students are also encouraged in various sports & extra-curricular activities, such as- drama, music & social services. High schools in Stroudsburg provide the students an opportunity to discover or develop their passion & help become more independent as well as set  proper career goals.

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