Doyle Elementary School 260 N West St, Doylestown, PA18901 Built in 1966, Doyle was the second elementary school in Doylestown at the time. Today, it is one of 15 elementary…More schools in the Central Bucks School District. Located on the north side of the borough, the school was renovated in 1999. After sixth grade, Doyle students move on to Lenape Middle School and then Central Bucks West High School.
Central Bucks West High School 375 W Court St, Doylestown, PA18901 The oldest high school in Central Bucks, West originally opened in 1952 as the Central Bucks Joint High…More School. Today, it is one of three high schools in the Central Bucks School District, along with Central Bucks East, in Buckingham and Central Bucks South, in Warrington. It is a three-year school with 10th, 11th and 12th grades; feeder schools include Lenape and Tohicknon Middle Schools.
Central Bucks South High School 1100 Folly Rd, Warrington, PA18976 Central Bucks South High School is a public institution in the Central Bucks School District. It serves approximately…More 2,000 students in grades 10 through 12, and was first opened in 2005. The school follows standard state curriculum and offers a wide variety of extracurricular and enrichment programs in academics, athletics and the arts, fielding 22 varsity teams. Its two feeder schools are Unami Middle School and Tamanend Middle School.
The Goddard School 240 E Swamp Rd, Doylestown, PA18901-4415 This Goddard School is conveniently located on the corner of Routes 313 and 611 in the Baliwick Office Complex. It…More offers pre-school, kindergarten and child care services, as well as a special summer camp program. The Goddard School is a national chain of private nurseries and pre-schools and kindergartens with teachers that are accredited with some of the best educations in the country.
Linden Elementary School 480 Linden Ave, Doylestown, PA18901 In a town where history is revered, Linden Elementary has pride of place for being the oldest elementary school in…More Doylestown. It was completed in 1960 to alleviate overcrowding at the Doylestown Borough School. The Borough School burned down in 1973, making Linden the oldest surviving Doylestown public school still in use. Today, it educates nearly 500 students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Central Bucks East High School 2804 Holicong Rd, Doylestown, PA18902 Named in 2010 by Newsweek as one of the top high schools in the country (ranked 1424th out of 1623 schools), CB East is…More proud of its academic heritage. The school offers 17 Advanced Placement courses and a wide variety of electives. Students also can choose from a vast array of extracurricular clubs and sports. Built in 1969, the school underwent renovations in 1995. Holicong and Tohickon middle schools both feed into CB East.
Tiny Tots Nursery School 5908 Mechanicsville Rd, Mechanicsville, PA18934 Tiny Tots Nursery School is quietly tucked away on Mechanicsville Road. The nursery school has extensive class services…More for children ages 2 through 6, including programs that allow children to interact with computer programs, creative practices and exercise/play. The school also has a summer camp.
Lenape Middle School 313 W State St, Doylestown, PA18901 Lenape is one of five middle schools in the Central Bucks School District, having opened its doors to its first…More incoming student class in 1957. Today, it offers a wide range of sports and extracurricular activities, as well as academic teams. The regular school day runs from 7:30am to 2:30pm.
Windmill Day School and Camp 36 N Chapman Rd, Doylestown, PA18901 Windmill Day School and Camp is accredited as Central Bucks County's leading summer camp. Along with summer camps, the…More school offers preschool and kindergarten programs. Children attending these programs will become readily prepared for schooling with the Central Bucks district.
Paul W. Kutz Elementary School 1950 Turk Rd, Doylestown, PA18901 Originally Doylestown Township's main elementary school, this school opened in 1936, replacing previous schools serving…More the Edison area. It has undergone at least four additions and renovations in the decades since. In 1966, it was renamed in honor of the well-known, Central Bucks educator Paul W. Kutz. Today, it is one of 15 elementary schools in the Central Bucks District.