Overseeing 284 schools from the Northeast to Roxborough, and from Kensington to Manayunk, the School District of…More Philadelphia has its headquarters in Center City. The district is responsible for 163,000 Kindergarten to 12th grade students, and operates with a nearly $2.2 billion budget. Dr. Arlene C. Ackerman is the superintendent of the nation's eighth largest school district.
In Roxborough and Manayunk, there are seven public schools:
Felder & Felder 4590 Main St, Philadelphia, PA19127 Felder & Felder is a construction firm. It builds structures and provides management for the infrastructure,…More education, health-care and residential industries. Felder & Felder has worked with the Philadelphia International Airport, the School District of Philadelphia, Paoli Hospital and many other clients. For more information, please contact Felder & Felder directly or visit the company's website.
Lankenau High School 201 Spring Ln, Philadelphia, PA19128 A special-admissions institution, Lankenau is a high school located in Upper Roxborough within the School District of…More Philadelphia. Any student from the district may apply. Lankenau is a goal-focused school geared toward getting its students into colleges. In addition to boasting a 90 percent attendance rate, Lankenau students score nearly double on standardized tests compared to city counterparts. Jacqueline M. Bentley is the principal.
W.B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences 7100 Henry Ave, Philadelphia, PA19128 The largest agricultural farm school in the United States, Saul High School was founded in 1943 and sits on 150 acres…More off Henry Avenue in Roxborough. Students who attend the public school within the School District of Philadelphia have 15 agricultural majors to choose from, with the education yielding a 95 percent graduation rate and a great window into the job market. Wendy Shapiro is the principal.
Children's Outreach Services provides mental health services to children in the Philadelphia school district. From…More early intervention through age 21, outpatient services are available. If a child has had hospitalization or other outpatient services but changes are not being seen, Children's Outreach may be able to help.
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