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Ways to Visit

SBA invites eighth grade students to experience an Academy Day at SBA.  Guided by a current SBA student, you will observe challenging classes, experience strong Catholic values, and witness the personal and caring environment of our Academy.

Currently, Shadow Days are by appointment only. Please contact Rachel McGonigle in the Admissions Office at 215-649-9083 to arrange for your daughter’s Shadow Visit.

Private Tours

  • All prospective students and their parents are welcome to make arrangements with the Admissions Director to schedule a private tour. (Now being offered evenings and weekends)
  • Parents, please contact the Admissions Office at 215-649-9083 to arrange for your Private Tour.

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Getting Here

Directions to Saint Basil Academy

711 Fox Chase Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Coming from Northeast Philadelphia:

Start out on Grant Avenue. Turn left onto Verree Road. Turn right onto Bloomfield Avenue. At the end of the road, make a left onto Pine Road. Take a slight right turn onto Shady Lane. Continue onto Fox Chase Road. Turn right into the driveway to head into the school parking lot.

Coming from Abington:

Start out on York Road. Turn left onto Greenwood Avenue. Turn left onto Meetinghouse Road. Turn right onto Fox Chase Road. Turn left into the driveway and continue into the parking lot.


Saint Basil Academy is conveniently located in suburban Montgomery County. Students arrive each day from Bucks and Montgomery counties, and Philadelphia. Students from Philadelphia take the 24 or 28 Septa bus line. If you need further information on the best route to take please contact the Main Office at (215) 885-3771

The following school districts provide transportation to Saint Basil Academy: Abington, Bensalem, Centennial, Central Bucks, Cheltenham, Colonial, Council Rock, Hatboro-Horsham, Lower Moreland, Neshaminy, Springfield, Upper Dublin, Upper Moreland, and Wissahickon.

We believe in encouraging respect and appreciation of the individual differences of students in their academic ability, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds.