Westtown School’s Official Prom Limo & Party Bus Fact Page
Kevin Smith Transportation Group is the preferred Limo and Prom Party Bus Company for Westtown School’s Prom in West Chester, PA. As one of 142 High Schools in KSTG’s service area, the perfect Limo and Party Bus is waiting for you. Call 610-222-6225 today and make sure the Limo or Party Bus you want is secured before everything is booked up.
Providing personalized Prom Limo rentals and Prom Party Bus rentals for students of Westtown School in West Chester, PA is a high volume service for Kevin Smith Transportation Group. Our fleet provides many options for high school students and below are the most popular options for Limo and Party Bus rentals.
Prom Stretch Limo
Stretch Prom Limos are as traditional as it gets for students at Westtown School in West Chester, PA. From groups of 2 to 12 or more, you don’t need to sacrifice Luxury for safety. So if you are attending Prom at Westtown School in West Chester, PA and want to feel like a Star, call Kevin Smith Transportation Group today and book your Limo rental.
Prom Party Bus
Planning group transportation for up to 25 or more students from Westtown School in West Chester, PA? A Prom Party Bus is the perfect rental for your entire group. With wrap around bench seating, LED lighting and Surround Sound Bluetooth enabled music, for an amazing experience you will never get, select a Prom Party Bus from Kevin Smith Transportation Group.
Prom Sprinter Van
The trendiest vehicle in our flight is generally known as a Wedding Sprinter. Brides have been drawn to the flexibility of handling groups up to 14 people along to the Luxury that these Sprinters have. For students of Avon Grove in West Chester, PA, these vehicles are known as Prom Sprinters, delivering luxury and safety to students across the area.
Prom Mini Shuttle
Prom season at Westtown School in West Chester, PA often means rentals of our Prom Mini Shuttles. Large enough to handle groups as large as 30, these Chauffeured vehicles are often used for the most exclusive wedding sin West Chester, PA and are busy every Prom season.
Prom Luxury SUV
Attending Prom at Westtown School in West Chester, PA with 1 other couple? Consider a $100,000 Luxury SUV rental. These SUV’s will make you think they moves the Billboard Awards to West Chester, PA.
Prom Luxury Sedan
Looking for something built for 2? Many students at Avon Grove in West Chester, PA are looking for a Luxury sedan like the exclusive Cadillac XTS. With your own Chauffeur to escort you, students can take advantage of the safety of Chauffeured transportation with the Luxury that only Kevin Smith Transportation Group can deliver.
Westtown School Prom – Limo & Party Bus Services
Prom Limo and Party Bus rentals are a cool experience for students of Westtown School in West Chester, PA. The chance to celebrate the best night of the school year is perfect in a Kevin Smith Transportation Group Luxury Prom Limo or Party Bus. But the time to act is now!
Prom season at Westtown School in West Chester, PA means you are competing with potentially dozens of other high schools in the greater Philadelphia, PA area. Every vehicle will be rented so the sooner you can plan out what you need, the quicker Kevin Smith Transportation Group can deliver on the best night of the school year.
Prom Safety Tip #284 – Safety Tips – Remember that new shoes cause new blisters! Bring an extra pair of shoes and some bandaids in case you need to make a change. Being comfortable is important as Prom day is a long day.
Westtown School in West Chester, PA – Facts and Figures
Westtown School is a Quaker, coeducational, college preparatory day and boarding school for students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade, located in eastern Pennsylvania. Westtown School first opened in May 1799. It was founded by Philadelphia Quakers who raised the money to build a boarding school and purchased land a full day’s carriage ride from Philadelphia—where they could provide a “guarded education in a healthy environment” away from the secular influences of the city. For many years, Westtown was nearly self-sufficient, with the campus providing raw materials used in the construction of its buildings and food for the people who lived and worked at the school.
Boys and girls had separate classes until about 1870. Boys learned useful skills such as woodshop, surveying, and bookkeeping, and girls had classes like sewing. However, Westtown eventually recognized that students of both genders should know basic academic subjects such as reading, penmanship, grammar, mathematics, geography, and science. The 1880s brought physical changes to Westtown. The main building was replaced with a structure designed by architect Addison Hutton, which was completed in 1888 and is still in use today. During the 20th century, the student body and the curriculum both became more diverse. Visual and performing arts were added, for example, and non-Quakers, African-American, and international students were finally admitted. Westtown’s Esther Duke Archives is a facility dedicated to collecting and maintaining materials relating to the people and history of the school. Students and historians alike use the Archives for historical research.