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The private, Catholic Merion Mercy and Waldron Mercy Academies are only a quarter mile up Montgomery Avenue in Merion.The bilingual French International School of Philadelphia, on North Highland Avenue, teaches approximately 320 children from pre-kindergarten (K3) to eighth grade in French and English.Bala Cynwyd is also home to Beasley Broadcast Group's WBEN-FM, WMGK, WMMR and WPEN.i Heart Media's WDAS-FM, WDAS-AM, WUSL, WRFF, WISX, and WIOQ radio stations are located on Presidential Boulevard; independently-owned WBEB is located on City Line Avenue.From 1946 to 1960, the National Football League had its headquarters located in Bala Cynwyd.Bala Cynwyd is served by the Lower Merion School District with its headquarters in Ardmore.

Another school in Bala is Kohelet Yeshiva High School on Old Lancaster Road.Now an NBC affiliate, the station is still located there.WPVI-TV, an ABC affiliate owned by The Walt Disney Company, sits directly across the street from WCAU on City Line Avenue.Bala and Cynwyd are currently served by separate stations on SEPTA's Cynwyd Line of Regional Rail.Bala Cynwyd lies in the Welsh Tract of Pennsylvania and was settled in the 1680s by Welsh Quakers, who named it after the town of Bala and the village of Cynwyd in Wales.A mixed residential community made up predominantly of single-family detached homes, it extends west of the Philadelphia city limits represented by City Line Avenue from Old Lancaster Road at 54th Street west to Meeting House Lane and then along Manayunk and Conshohocken State Roads north to Mary Watersford Road, then east along Belmont Avenue back to City Line.

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