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Main Line Public School Districts
Tredyffrin-Easttown School District
2019 ratings on Niche ranked Tredyffrin-Easttown School District #4 in the entire U.S , out of 10,758 school districts and #1 out of 498 school districts in PA.
U.S News & World Report ranked Conestoga High School #4 in PA out of 952 high schools.
The Tredyffrin-Easttown School District serves the townships of Tredyffrin and Easttown, encompassing 38 square miles in eastern Chester County. The area is primarily made up of single-family homes, and includes such notable communities as Paoli, Devon, Berwyn, Daylesford, Chesterbrook, Strafford, and Wayne. More than 6,000 students attend T/E's eight schools.
Tredyffrin Township includes the towns of Wayne, Strafford, Paoli and Malvern. This township is the last outpost on the Main Line and Philadelphia and historically had a strong agricultural heritage. It is on the east edge of Chester County . Consequently, the towns in Tredyffrin have a more rural flavor. The township has excellent schools, and many new housing developments, as well as beautiful historic homes to choose from. Tredyffrin Township includes on its northern boundary a small part of Valley Forge National Historic Park , where George Washington encamped during the American War of Independence.
Easttown Township includes the towns of Berwyn and Devon and is set in rolling hills in the extreme eastern portion of Chester County. It was organized in 1704 and encompasses an area of 8.2 square miles. The population of the township as of 2000 was 10,270. The Public School District in Easttown Township is the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District. In the early 1900’s, Easttown was a thickly settled farming district that included some fine country estates of wealthy Philadelphians. Many of these affluent residents used the train on the Main Line and Philadelphia to commute to their city businesses.