The Williamson Free School of Mechanical
Trades prepares deserving young men to be useful and respected members
To accomplish the mission, Williamson gratuitously provides
students with academic, trade, technical, moral and religious education,
and a living environment based on the Judeo-Christian perspective that
fosters the values of faith, integrity, diligence, excellence, and service.
Areas of Study
Associate in Specialized Technology Degrees
Length of Study
All students attend on full scholarships that cover tuition, room, board, and textbooks. Students pay entrance costs for personal items, annual fees for certain equipment and books that they retain for personal use, and annual fees for breakage and yearbook.
Students must follow the School’s
regulations, policies, and procedures as described in the Student
Handbook, including assisting in food service operations and campus
All students must live in an on-campus
dormitory supervised by an adult dormitory manager.
Williamson’s campus includes the Main Administration Building; Restall Sports Center; Carpentry Shop; Machine Shop; Masonry Shop; Paint Shop; Power Plant; Lipp Educational Center; Dorrance H. Hamilton Horticultural Center; Walter M. Strine, Sr. 2W9 Learning Center; William L. McLean, Jr. Technical Center; Grounds Buildings; ten dormitories; faculty homes; and athletic fields.
The 220-acre campus is located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, one mile west of Media and fourteen miles west of Philadelphia, near the intersection of US 1 and PA 352.
Williamson is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools
and Colleges and approved by the Division of Program
Services of the Pennsylvania Department of Education to confer the Associate
in Specialized Technology Degree.