This is the house where I grew up.
If we accept the (debatable) rule that a sentence should not end in a preposition, are phrasal verbs an exception? After all there is no other place in the above sentence where "up" might fit, for example:
This is the house where up I grew
Or, must we eschew the phrasal verb in favor of a synonym,
This is the house where I was raised
This is my childhood home
This is the house where I spent my childhood
(Note: I am aware of this similar question, but since it is not actually about a phrasal verb, it does not answer my question. I'm also aware of the famously misattributed Churchill quote, but feel free to repeat it.)