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Overall
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Maritime Academy Charter: Elementary & Middle School Campus
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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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School Details

  • School TypePublic Charter Citywide
  • Grade Levels2-8
  • Enrollment537
  • PrincipalMr. Peter Saunders
  • Phone Number215-535-4555
  • SEPTA RoutesBus (26, 56, 73, 84), RR (Bridesburg)
  • Address 2275 Bridge Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19137
  • NeighborhoodFrankford
  • Application DeadlineFebruary 16th, 2018
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Mission

Maritime Academy Charter Middle School provides students in grades 2-8 a rigorous academic program with the special theme of maritime studies. MACHS students work with the latest technology to learn maritime content such as nautical science and...

Maritime Academy Charter Middle School provides students in grades 2-8 a rigorous academic program with the special theme of maritime studies. MACHS students work with the latest technology to learn maritime content such as nautical science and maritime business, while achieving to high standards in English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and the Arts.

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Points of Pride

Well-integrated school. Positive working relationship with community and parents. Active collaboration with the maritime associations and Philadelphia businesses. Student leadership programs. New state-of-the-art building dedicated to maritime...

Well-integrated school. Positive working relationship with community and parents. Active collaboration with the maritime associations and Philadelphia businesses. Student leadership programs. New state-of-the-art building dedicated to maritime technology, engineering and boat-building. Internships in maritime industries and business. Advisory board of maritime professionals who advise and expose students to the maritime field.

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Admissions Policy

Students who are serious about learning and have a deep interest in math, science, and technology are invited to apply. There is a formal application process for students to be admitted in the fall of each year. Upon acceptance, an information...

Students who are serious about learning and have a deep interest in math, science, and technology are invited to apply. There is a formal application process for students to be admitted in the fall of each year. Upon acceptance, an information session will be scheduled to review school policies and procedures. Application process: 1) Submit the New Student Enrollment Application (typically due in February). We will not accept duplicate applications. If multiple applications are submitted, only the first application will be considered. 2) If there are more applications than available seats, a lottery will be held. Incomplete applications will not be processed or entered into the lottery. 3) An acceptance letter will be sent out within a week of the lottery if your child is accepted and your documentation will be required to be submitted.

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School Details & Data

Demographics

Black 26.2%
White 38.7%
Hispanic 28.4%
Asian 4.2%
Other 2.6%

Female & Male Students

Female Students 50.1%
Male Students 49.9%

Special Education

Special Ed 12.8%

Economically Disadvantaged

Students who are economically disadvantaged 78%

Students Per Grade

2nd Grade Students
22
3rd Grade Students
50
4th Grade Students
73
5th Grade Students
94
6th Grade Students
101
7th Grade Students
99
8th Grade Students
98
Total Students
537

Activities & Programs

Before and After Care

  • Extended Programming

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