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Overall
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Logan Hope 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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College Bound
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School Details

  • School TypePrivate Independent
  • Grade LevelsK-8
  • Waiting List SizeFull for 2017-2018 32 for 2018-2019
  • Enrollment95
  • PrincipalMrs. Lindsay Ros
  • Phone Number215-455-7442
  • SEPTA RoutesBSL (Logan), Bus (16, J)
  • Address 4934 North 13th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
  • NeighborhoodLogan
  • Tuition$8,500
  • Application DeadlineApril 30th, 2018
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Mission

LOGAN Hope, a Christ-centered, K-8 school in the Logan section of Philadelphia, seeks to transform its community by empowering its under-resourced children with the knowledge, skills and character qualities required to reach their potential and to be...

LOGAN Hope, a Christ-centered, K-8 school in the Logan section of Philadelphia, seeks to transform its community by empowering its under-resourced children with the knowledge, skills and character qualities required to reach their potential and to be contributing members of their community. We seek to do this through a rigorous program of academics, character development and leadership opportunities.

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Points of Pride

1. Our graduates have been accepted to many quality high schools in Philadelphia, including Central, Girls' High, Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, Northeast Magnet School, Parkway Center City, The City School, and Science Leadership Academy....

1. Our graduates have been accepted to many quality high schools in Philadelphia, including Central, Girls' High, Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, Northeast Magnet School, Parkway Center City, The City School, and Science Leadership Academy. 2. Three of our alumni graduated from high school as valedictorians (Parkway Center City, Mastery Charter, Delaware Valley Charter). Most of our graduates are attending college on scholarships. 3. Colleges that our alumni have attended include Drexel, Temple, Villanova, Gwynedd Mercy, Holy Family, Penn State, Messiah College, and others.

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Admissions Policy

Enrollment takes place each spring. Priority is given to siblings of current students and to neighborhood residents first. Most students are accepted as they enter Kindergarten after a parent/student interview and testing. Due to our small class...

Enrollment takes place each spring. Priority is given to siblings of current students and to neighborhood residents first. Most students are accepted as they enter Kindergarten after a parent/student interview and testing. Due to our small class sizes, we are often at-capacity and unable to take transfers.

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Safety & Culture

LOGAN Hope School reflects a family-like environment with small class sizes to allow for individual attention, relationships, and personalized education for every student in the classroom. Teachers are trained as advocates for each student's...

LOGAN Hope School reflects a family-like environment with small class sizes to allow for individual attention, relationships, and personalized education for every student in the classroom. Teachers are trained as advocates for each student's learning, holistic well-being, and personal safety.

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School Details & Data

Demographics

Black 21.1%
White 4.2%
Asian 63.2%
Other 11.6%

Female & Male Students

Female Students 50.5%
Male Students 49.5%

Students Per Grade

Kindergarten Students
12
1st Grade Students
12
2nd Grade Students
11
3rd Grade Students
15
4th Grade Students
10
5th Grade Students
11
6th Grade Students
9
7th Grade Students
9
8th Grade Students
6
Total Students
95

School Incidents

Incidents Per 100 Students
1.4

Activities & Programs

Sports Programs

  • Basketball,
  • Soccer

Parent Programs

  • Parents Home and School Association

Before and After Care

  • After Care,
  • Extended Day

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