|Where is Spring-Ford?|
Spring-Ford Area School District straddles the border between scenic northern Chester County and western Montgomery County in southeastern Pennsylvania.
(The map at left delineates the school districts within Montgomery County)
The school community encompasses Royersford Borough, along with Limerick and Upper Providence Townships in Montgomery County, as well as Spring City Borough in Chester County.
The growing community of approximately 30,000 lies just off the Royersford exit of the route 422 bypass and offers the best of both a small-town atmosphere and proximity to metropolitan attractions.
The district is characterized by small towns, suburban neighborhoods and rural areas. Yet, it offers residents a little something for everyone, no matter how distinct their tastes. With it's proximity to Philadelphia, the location offers easy access to the cultural appeal of the big city, as well as the warmth and nurturing of rural America. The community is ideally located near several major population centers, lying 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, 20 miles southeast of Reading, 40 miles south of Allentown, and 30 miles east of Lancaster.
Spring-Ford is also within a few minutes’ drive of Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA, the shopping and corporate centers of King of Prussia, the scenic and recreational attractions of Valley Forge National Historical Park, the outdoor attractions of French Creek State Park, historical Hopewell Village, and the quaint and fanciful shops and restaurants of St. Peter's Village. It is also less than an hour's drive east of Lancaster and the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Amish Country.
Spring-Ford School District lies just off the Royersford Exit of Route 422. If coming from the King of Prussia area, head west on 422. If coming from the Pottstown/Reading areas, head east on 422.
While most Spring-Ford Senior High School events are held in or at the Senior High School, football games and track & field meets are held in Coach McNelly Stadium, which lies behind Spring-Ford Middle School Eighth Grade Center.
If traveling from the north, use route 100 to Pottstown and follow the directions for traveling east on route 422. Or, use the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and the East/West Turnpike to reach King of Prussia and follow the directions for traveling west on route 422.
If traveling from the south, use route 100 to Pottstown and follow the directions for traveling east on route 422. Or, use route 202 north to reach King of Prussia and follow the directions for traveling west on route 422.
►Traveling WEST on Route 422 from the King of Prussia Area