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  1. South Philadelphia High School is a public secondary high school located in the Lower Moyamensing neighborhood of South Philadelphia, at the intersection of Broad Street and Snyder Avenue. The school serves grades 9 through 12 and is part of the School District of Philadelphia .

  2. To view our school’s SY22-23 school plan and to leave your feedback, please click HERE. Useful Links. District Calendar; Back To School Hub; COVID Hub; Reminder to Sign Consent Form; School Selection; Parent Portal Sign Up; SDP Student / Parent TECH SUPPORT for Chromebook / Connectivity issues: (215) 400-4444 (English) (215) 400-8489 ...

  3. The following activities took place at Toms River High School South during the month of October which was designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 1) The Indian Givers sponsored a "Pretty in Pink Day" where the color pink was worn by South students and staff; 2) The Key Club and F.B.L.A. volunteered to help with the Point Pleasant Beach Breast Cancer Awareness Walk; and 3) The Hitting ...

  4. The school has participated in the CVC Debate League since 1973, and 2014 is the first time South has become the champion. High School South's debate team has also won a number of awards at Princeton Moot Court and on the national circuit in Public Forum Debate, including qualifying teams to the Tournament of Champions in Silver Public Forum ...

  5. Despite this dramatic growth in population, the low funding of education by the city resulted in the first public high school not being formed in South Philadelphia until 1934. Attracted to the industrial jobs, the new residents of South Philadelphia created communities that continued many of their Old World traditions.

  6. 23/11/2022 · PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Four Overbrook High School students were shot late Wednesday morning right as the school was dismissing early, according to police. The shooting happened at about 11:30 a.m ...

  7. Central High School of Philadelphia was founded in 1836 as "the crowning glory" of Philadelphia's public school system, "the worthy apex to a noble pyramid", and the first "high" school in the state. Because city voters only reluctantly had been convinced of the need for a high school, the curriculum was carefully and publicly geared to the needs of taxpayers.