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Overall
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ASPIRA Antonia Pantoja Community Charter School
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Overall
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Math
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Science
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School Incidents
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Reading
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Attendance
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High Academic Growth
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School Details

  • School TypePublic Charter Citywide
  • Grade LevelsK-8
  • Waiting List Size800+
  • Enrollment690
  • PrincipalMs. Sandra Gonzalez
  • Phone Number215-329-2733
  • School Emailsgonzalez@pantoja.aspirapa.org
  • SEPTA Routes47
  • Address 4101 North American Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
  • NeighborhoodHunting Park
  • TuitionFREE Public School
  • Application DeadlineJanuary 28th, 2019
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Mission

The mission of Antonia Pantoja Community Charter School is to provide a bilingual, bicultural academically enriched program in English and Spanish that enables students to make the most of their individual talents. Our school’s core values are...

The mission of Antonia Pantoja Community Charter School is to provide a bilingual, bicultural academically enriched program in English and Spanish that enables students to make the most of their individual talents. Our school’s core values are integrity, honesty, kindness, pursuit of excellence. School colors are navy and light blue and the school mascot who exemplifies our strength, citizenship, cooperation, fairness, responsibility and the power and determination is the lion.

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Points of Pride

Technology-rich learning environment. Graduating bilingual community leaders.

Technology-rich learning environment. Graduating bilingual community leaders.

Admissions Policy

There are no admission requirements. Students must submit an intent to enroll during the month of February (online or in person). If there are more applications than seats available, a lottery will be held. Please note that we do have a sibling...

There are no admission requirements. Students must submit an intent to enroll during the month of February (online or in person). If there are more applications than seats available, a lottery will be held. Please note that we do have a sibling preference.

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Safety & Culture

Our school’s core values are integrity, honesty, kindness, citizenship, cooperation, fairness, responsibility and the pursuit of excellence. School colors are navy and light blue and the school mascot who exemplifies our strength, power and...

Our school’s core values are integrity, honesty, kindness, citizenship, cooperation, fairness, responsibility and the pursuit of excellence. School colors are navy and light blue and the school mascot who exemplifies our strength, power and determination is the lion.

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Accreditations & Honors

First in Math - 1st place winners

First in Math - 1st place winners

School Details & Data

Demographics

Black 1.4%
White 0.3%
Hispanic 98%
Other 0.3%

Female & Male Students

Female Students 49.9%
Male Students 50.1%

Special Education

Special Ed 29%

Economically Disadvantaged

Students who are economically disadvantaged 73%

English Language Learners

English Language Learner 11.2%

Students Per Grade

Kindergarten Students
103
1st Grade Students
71
2nd Grade Students
96
3rd Grade Students
80
4th Grade Students
70
5th Grade Students
62
6th Grade Students
70
7th Grade Students
76
8th Grade Students
62
Total Students
690

School Incidents

Incidents Per 100 Students
10.3

Activities & Programs

Arts Programs

  • Instrumental,
  • Theater,
  • Dance Instr,
  • Choir,
  • Other Instrumental,
  • Dance,
  • School Plays,
  • School Musicals,
  • Theater Group

Sports Programs

  • Basketball,
  • Soccer,
  • Baseball,
  • Softball,
  • Track and Field,
  • Dance,
  • Cheerleading,
  • Girls Basketball,
  • Volleyball,
  • Girls Volleyball,
  • Sports Other

Other Sports

Track

Track

Other Activities

Our students are learning archery.

Our students are learning archery.

Language Programs

  • Spanish

Parent Programs

  • Parents Home and School Association,
  • Parents Classroom Volunteers

Parent Involvement

Our Home and School president is an active member of our school board. We offer workshops to parents every month.

Our Home and School president is an active member of our school board. We offer workshops to parents every month.

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