Schools in Lower Merion Township
here Lower Merion Township was first settled in 1682 and well known as an attractive and affluent residential community, is located along Philadelphia’s Main Line in Montgomery County. Fine homes and estates, excellent highways, exclusive shops and department stores, luxurious apartment houses, stately church edifices, some buildings dating back to the 17th century, and superior public, private and parochial schools.
source Based on 2000 Census data, Lower Merion Township remains Montgomery County’s most affluent and populated municipality with the highest incomes, largest labor force, highest ratio of white collar and professional workers, most households, most single-family detached dwellings, and most married residents.
Towns within the Township include Ardmore (also in Delaware County), Bala Cynwyd, Belmont Hills, Bryn Mawr (also in Delaware County), Gladwyne, Haverford (also in Delaware County), Merion, Overbrook Hills, Pencoyd, Penn Valley, Penn Wynne, Roseglen, Rosemont (also in Delaware County), Villanova (also in Delaware County) and Wynnewood.