Elverson is a small borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, with an estimated population of about 1,300 people as of 2016. The town has had several names, such as Springfield (18th Century), and Blue Rock. Eventually, the borough was named Elverson, after the creator of the Philadelphia Inquirer, James Elverson.
The borough of Elverson covers about one square mile of land. The town is home to a bank, many homes, stores, restaurants, a church, and a cemetary. The borough is a part of the Twin Valley School District.
The day of the field trip was very cold. Some students even found restaurants to take pictures of, in order to escape the frigid temperatures. Despite the circumstances, every student managed to get pictures that perfectly summed up the borough of Elverson.