In 1931, the Fanny Edel Falk School was founded based on the concept of providing a progressive, experimental, and individualistic learning environment. Today, the Falk School is a laboratory school operated by the University Of Pittsburgh’s School of Education. It offers non-graded classes for children in kindergarten through middle school (eighth grade). Scholarships covering one-quarter tuition are available to dependent children of full-time faculty members and faculty librarians who are full time. The children are admitted through regular procedures of Falk School.
Housed in a beautiful stone building, the school features a full library and gymn.
Varies depending on the time of year; call for information.
Limited parking is available; call for more information.