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The Philadelphia School of Languages

7708-7710 Castor Avenue,

Philadelphia, PA 19152

T: (215) 745 0243

Email: info@philadelphialanguagecenter.com

Educational Director: Arian Fernandes Pereira

 

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T: (215) 745 0873

Email : info@bcebusiness.com

Consultant/Director – Leonardo F.J. Ribeiro

 

 

Opening hours:

 

Mon-Fri: 8AM-10PM

Sat-Sun: 8AM-1PM

 

 

History and Location

 

The Philadelphia School of Languages is located in Northeast Philadelphia on Castor Ave.   We have street parking available, accommodations within walking distance, and public transportation of any kind.   We are minutes from Center City Philadelphia which is the birthplace of the United States Constitution and Declaration of Independence!

 

The Northeast's main highways are Interstate 95 (Delaware Expressway).[12] and Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. 1] Secondary major arteries include Cottman Avenue (PA 73), Frankford Avenue (US 13), Woodhaven Road (PA 63), Grant Avenue, Oxford Avenue (PA-232), State Road, Bustleton Avenue (PA-532), Bridge Street, Harbison Avenue, and Academy Road.

 

The Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, the only Delaware River crossing in Philadelphia not operated by the Delaware River Port Authority (thus resulting in a cheaper toll), allows one to drive between the Tacony section of the city and Palmyra, New Jersey.

 

The Northeast is also served by SEPTA's Market-Frankford Line, often called the "Frankford El" or "the El" because portions of the rail line are elevated above streets below, including Frankford and Kensington avenues. The northernmost and easternmost terminus of the line is at the Frankford Transportation Center, Frankford Avenue and Bridge Street. Three commuter rail lines also serve the Northeast. An extension of the Broad Street Line along Roosevelt Boulevard has been proposed. Many SEPTA bus routes and all three of its trackless trolley routes run through the Northeast, although north-south buses run more frequently than west-east ones. Most north-south routes terminate at the Frankford Transportation Center.

 

One of two airports that serve Philadelphia, Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE), is located in this section of the city. PNE is the sixth busiest airport in Pennsylvania.

 

Founded in 1682 by William Penn, Philadelphia is a bastion of American history. The Declaration of Independence was signed here, along with a document known as the Constitution. Philadelphia even served as the nation's capital for 10 years while D.C. was under construction. The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (home to the iconic "Rocky stairs") are just a few of the many symbols of Philadelphia's long, rich history scattered throughout the city. Visitors would do well to consider the Philadelphia CityPASS option, which grants them access to most of Philly's major attractions over the course of nine days.

 

Famous as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, Philadelphia offers much more than cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. Cultural, culinary, artistic and ethnic treasures abound in this city and its surrounding countryside.

 

What makes Philadelphia so memorable is its unique blend of experiences that you have to discover in person. By day, explore four centuries of history and architecture, beautiful neighborhoods, remarkable museum collections and endless shopping. After the sun sets, the city heats up with acclaimed performing arts, amazing dining and vibrant nightlife.

 

The Philadelphia School of Languages

7708-7710 Castor Avenue,

Philadelphia, PA 19152

 

(215) 745 0243