How to get to PC? It's easy!
The 47-acre Penn Charter campus in Philadelphia's East Falls neighborhood is easy to reach for families in Center City, Chestnut Hill, Mt. Airy, the Northeast, as well as Montgomery County, Delaware County and, in New Jersey, Camden County and Gloucester County.
Students come to Penn Charter in a variety of ways:
• students walk, bike, and ride Septa buses or regional trains
• parents drive individually and in carpools
• students with licenses drive to school and park on campus
• most public school districts provide transportation service
• Penn Charter provides private bus service for Center City and New Jersey
- Is my child eligible for public school transportation?
- I live in Philadelphia. Is my child eligible?
- I live in the suburbs. Is my child eligible?
- What level of service is provided by the public schools?
- These buses are fine in the morning, but my child plays sports after school. Are there other options?
- How do I find out about the public school service?
- Do we pay for public school busing?
- If there is a problem with my service, whom do I call?
- Guidelines for guest riders