OVER 30 YEARS OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Susquehanna Prep offers students a school experience that is so deeply gratifying that the enjoyment of learning becomes a way of life. Our ultimate goal is that each child will develop to their fullest potential and be well prepared for the next level of schooling.
Apple Tree began in 1977 as a nursery school in Director Peg Moreck's Kingston home. As the program thrived, parents encouraged Peg to move beyond preschool into elementary education.
The first expansion moved Apple Tree into the former Children's Museum Building in Forty Fort, at 1710 Wyoming Avenue. At that time, the preschool program expanded to third grade.
In 1996, Apple Tree purchased the Landon Annex which is adjacent to the 1710 building. This move allowed Apple Tree to unveil it's current elementary division, Susquehanna Preparatory School. The 1710 building holds Pre-K through 2nd grades and the Landon Annex currently houses 3rd through 8th.