• On the West:  From the intersection where the old B&O Railroad (now Conrail) crosses Stony Creek, Amosland attendance area follows the creek north and west to Melrose Terrace, then along the boundary line between Rutledge Borough and Ridley Township (midway between Linden Avenue and Agnes Avenues) to the boundary line between Morton Borough and Ridley Township.

    On the Northwest and North: The line continues toward the northeast on Franklin Avenue (both sides) to Amosland Road, then to the north on Amosland Road (about 100 meters) to the boundary line between Morton Borough and Ridley Township. The line continues toward the northeast along the boundary line between Morton Borough and Ridley Township and the boundary line between Springfield Township and Ridley Township. This line crossed Providence Road (houses 1260 and 1259 on Providence Road are within the Amosland attendance area) and continues toward the northeast for approximately 100 meters.

    On the Northeast and East: From the point above, the line continues toward the southeast following the boundary line between Upper Darby and Ridley Township to the Muckinipates Creek. On this line to the Muckinipates Creek, the line crosses Providence Road (including houses 1302 and 1307 in the Amosland attendance area) and South Avenue. The line crosses South Avenue toward the southeast in the area of Larkspur Lane and divides the New Orleans East Apartment complex (within the Amosland Attendance area are tall apartments in buildings A, B, and H, and apartments C1 to C22 and F1 to F18).

    From the intersection of the Darby Township and Ridley Township boundary and the Muckinipattis Creek, the boundary of the attendance area follows the Muckinipates Creek to Academy Avenue.


    On the Southeast and South: From the point where Academy Avenue crosses the Muckinipattis Creek, the Amosland attendance area boundary line follows toward the southwest on Academy Avenue (northwest side only attend Amosland) to the Glenolden-Ridley Township boundary between Brighton Terrace and Glenfield Avenue to the old B&O Railroad (now Conrail). The line follows the old B&O Railroad (now Conrail) towards the southwest to where the tracks cross Stony Creek.

Last Modified on July 24, 2012