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Babysitters in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh was ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities in 2011. It is a city of hills, rivers and ethnic neighborhoods. It is also home to over two dozen schools of higher education, in addition to its many high schools. This makes the city a great source for babysitters.
Top 5 Colleges – Find Sitters
Carnegie Mellon University – Innovation, leadership and excellence are core ingredients in this internationally known center of learning and research. Collaboration across its arts and technology programs is one of the unique features of this world-class learning environment.
Duquesne University – America’s leading Catholic university, it was one of the first to admit women and minorities into its student body. Graduates of Duquesne are highly sought out by Pittsburgh business looking for quality interns and employees.
University of Pittsburgh – With a history over two full centuries, ‘Pitt’, as the college is known locally, is a longtime mainstay of the community. The first women students enrolled in the college in 1895, and a full website has been created to document the history of the female population in this university.
Art Institute of Pittsburgh – Culinary arts, fashion, media arts and a full range of design related programs, make up the academic programing at this important part of Pittsburgh’s higher education portfolio. Over 2,500 students attend this four-year private institution.
Point Park University – This school has seen continual advancement in its position in the educational landscape. What began as a small business college, developed into a junior college and then a four-year college, and now is at full university status. It sits in the downtown area of Pittsburgh and reflects that urban environment.
Top 5 High Schools – Find Sitters
Sewickly Academy – With a very high college placement rating, this private high school bills itself as Pittsburgh’s leading high school. It has an average student to teacher ratio of 7:1, which means each student receives very personal attention.
Allderdice High School – This is the largest of the Pittsburgh public high schools. The pre-engineering magnet program for the Pittsburgh school district is housed at this high school, which is located in the Squirrel Hill community of Pittsburgh.
City High – This charter school is unique in many ways. One of those ways is its ‘teacher looping’. Each group of students remain with the same set of teachers for their entire four-years at the school. All students and teachers at the school also receive a laptop with wireless internet connectivity that facilitates the web-based content management system.
Pittsburgh High School – Even with an enrollment of 2,500 students, the principal at this high school encourages visits from his student’s parents at any time. There is a high stress on parental involvement at the home of the Pirates.
North Catholic High School – The principles integrated into the education received at this private high school encourage growth academically, morally and spiritually. It has a strong history, which dates back to 1939.