19604 Public School

Find 19604 public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher-student ratios.


Citadel Intermediate High School 215 North 12th Street Reading PA 19604 484-258-7365


Gateway School For Performing Arts 1700 City Line Ave Reading PA 19604 610-371-4501

Northeast Middle School 1216 North 13th Street Reading PA 19604 610-371-5772

Reading Muhlenberg CTC School 2615 Warren Road Reading PA 19604 610-921-7300

Reading Senior High School 801 North 13th Street Reading PA 19604 484-258-7458

Tenth & Green Elementary School 400 North 10th Street Reading PA 19604 610-371-5756

Thirteenth & Green Elementary School 501 North 13th Street Reading PA 19604 610-371-5766

Thirteenth & Union Elementary School 1600 North 13th Street Reading PA 19604 610-371-5795

Twelfth & Marion Elementary School 1200 North 12th Street Reading PA 19604 610-371-5788

Riverside Elementary School 1400 Centre Avenue Reading PA 19601 1.3 miles from 19604 610-371-5896

Northwest Middle School 1000 North Front Street Reading PA 19601 1.4 miles from 19604 610-371-5882

I-Lead Charter School 200 North 8th Street Reading PA 19601 1.4 miles from 19604 610-624-3712

Tenth & Penn Elementary School 955 Penn Street Reading PA 19601 1.5 miles from 19604 610-320-6994

Lauers Park Elementary School 251 North 2nd Street Reading PA 19601 1.7 miles from 19604 610-371-5960

Southern Middle School 931 Chestnut Street Reading PA 19602 1.8 miles from 19604 610-371-5803

Sixteenth & Haak Elementary School 1601 Haak Street Reading PA 19602 1.8 miles from 19604 610-371-5760

Amanda E Stout Elementary School 321 South 10th Street Reading PA 19602 1.9 miles from 19604 610-371-5815

Northwest Elementary School 820 Clinton Street Reading PA 19601 2.0 miles from 19604 610-371-5904

Southwest Middle School 300 Chestnut Street Reading PA 19602 2.1 miles from 19604 610-371-5934

Tyson-Schoener Elementary School 315 South 5th Street Reading PA 19602 2.1 miles from 19604 610-371-5951

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