Opening in Fall 2019
This school will enroll grades K-1 in Fall 2019 and gradually expand to serve grades K-8 by 2026.
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Philadelphia Hebrew Public Charter School
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School Details

  • School TypePublic Charter Citywide
  • Grade LevelsK-8
  • Enrollment156
  • Principal
  • Phone Number(267) 225-1511
  • School Emailinfo@philadelphiahebrewpublic.org
  • SEPTA Routes
  • Address 3300 Henry Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19129
  • NeighborhoodEast Falls
  • TuitionNone
  • Application DeadlineJanuary 28th, 2019
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Mission

Philadelphia Hebrew Public Charter School’s mission is to inspire and prepare its diverse student body for advanced studies through a rigorous K-8 curriculum, instruction in Modern Hebrew, and the integration of global citizenship competencies.

Philadelphia Hebrew Public Charter School’s mission is to inspire and prepare its diverse student body for advanced studies through a rigorous K-8 curriculum, instruction in Modern Hebrew, and the integration of global citizenship competencies.

Points of Pride

Philadelphia Hebrew Public Charter School will serve as a model of how meaningful integration in public schools can boost academic outcomes and positively develop student skills and values. Students will emerge as highly educated, globally aware,...

Philadelphia Hebrew Public Charter School will serve as a model of how meaningful integration in public schools can boost academic outcomes and positively develop student skills and values. Students will emerge as highly educated, globally aware, ethical citizens who are prepared with a foundation for success in high school, college, the workplace, and society.

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School Details & Data

Students Per Grade

Kindergarten Students
78
1st Grade Students
78
Total Students
156

Activities & Programs

Language Programs

  • Additional Languages

Parent Programs

  • Parents Home and School Association,
  • Parents Classroom Volunteers,
  • Parents After School Volunteers

Before and After Care

  • Before Care,
  • After Care

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