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In 1916 the school's new owner Abby Sutherland began looking for a larger location for The Ogontz School for Girls.
She sold the school's property in Cheltenham Township, and bought 54 acres (220,000 m) of land in what Sutherland called the "beautiful park section in the hills of Rydal", and moved the school to Abington.
Penn State Abington also offers an Undergraduate Research opportunity known as ACURA (Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities).
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At the time of the move, only the main building, known today as the Sutherland Building, had been completed.
With increasing enrollment, The Chestnut Street Female Seminary needed to find a campus that could accommodate the larger student body.
Eventually, Sutherland would go on to become headmistress, president, and owner of the school.
In 1912, Headmistress Abby Sutherland bought The Ogontz School for Girls.
It was at this time that The Ogontz School for Girls most famous student, Amelia Earhart, attended the school.
Earhart never graduated however, leaving after two years at the school to enlist as a nurse's aide at Spadina Military Hospital in Toronto, Canada.