GPS Coordinates: 40.02767, -75.313379
The White Oak (Quercus alba) is a magnificent broad topped oak that is native to eastern North America. Capable of achieving considerable loft and girth up to 85 ft, The White Oak is majestic and can live for up to 600 years. It blooms once in May, when the leaves are one-third grown, and produces yellow staminate flowers about 2-3 inches long. White oak trees are excellent shade providers due to their far reaching branches that lay nearly parallel to the ground. During end of spring, students enjoy doing homework while lying out under the trees. The White Oak is also the official tree for the Classes of 1960 and 1905.