Lansdale is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 28 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Early in the 20th century, its industries included agricultural implement works, a canning factory, foundries, brickyards, a silk mill, and manufacturers of cigars, stoves, shirts, rope, iron drain pipe, and glue. In 1900, 2,754 people lived here; in 1910, 3,551; and in 1940, 9,316 people were inhabitants of Lansdale. The population was 16,269 at the time of the 2010 census. Lansdale is the center of the North Penn Valley, a region which includes the surrounding townships and boroughs.
The community is a part of the North Penn School District. K-6 public elementary schools in Lansdale include Gwynedd Square Elementary, Knapp Elementary, Oak Park Elementary, Inglewood Elementary, Walton Farm Elementary, and York Avenue Elementary. Penndale Middle School serves grades 7-9. The area public high school is North Penn High School in Towamencin Township. The borough is also home to St. Stanislaus School of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The DeSales University Lansdale Area Campus is an institute of higher education, with a campus specifically designed for adult students.
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