Students make their way smoothly to and from the Prep's city location in a variety of ways. Some commute by car, getting dropped off by parents or via carpool with upperclassmen from their neighborhoods. Others take SEPTA buses (in the city) or regional rail trains (from the suburbs) to Suburban Station, where we have a shuttle waiting to take students to the Prep every morning (and back at the end of the day).
Others take school buses in from their hometowns. The Prep provides 13 buses that transport students every day. Buses come from Philadelphia and its four neighboring Pennsylvania counties (Bucks, Chester, Montgomery and Delaware) as well as Burlington, Gloucester and Camden counties of New Jersey. Almost half of the students who attend the Prep ride one of these buses. The fee for bus service will range from approximately $1,500 - $2,500 for yearly round-trip transportation.