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Re: Resident in Switzerland, working in Germany

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My understanding is that Salem is a boarding school. I'm in the process of getting this clarified directly with them.

Definitely a great great institution nonetheless... amazing tradition and history.
Salem also takes day schoolers (at least they did a couple of years ago), daughter of a friend went there and lived at her parentsīs.
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Salem also takes day schoolers (at least they did a couple of years ago), daughter of a friend went there and lived at her parentsīs.
Thanks... I will definitely check this out.
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