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School registration now open for District students

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The end of summer approaches, with the first day of school inching closer. Parents and guardians should make sure students are registered at their assigned schools before the official start of the year on Sept. 8.

Now until Sept. 5, registration for students in the Philadelphia School District is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 2 p.m. Registration is closed on weekends and for Labor Day observance on Sept. 2.

For students enrolling at one of the four schools in the Kensington Complex, registration will be held at the Rivera Building, 2603 N. Fifth St.

For first-time Philadelphia School District students, two special evening registrations will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Aug. 26 and 28 at the locations listed below.

Useful information about enrollment and registration requirements can be found on the District's website.

Learning Network 1
South Philadelphia High School
2101 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
215-952-6300

Learning Network 2
McMichael School (ground floor, rear)
3543 Fairmount Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-823-5530

Learning Network 4
Alt Ed Center West
4300 Westminster Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19104
267-292-6600

Learning Network 5
2603 N. 5th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19133
215-291-5680

Learning Network 7
Grover Washington Middle School 201 E. Olney Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19120
215-456-0433

Learning Network 8
4101 Chalfont Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19154
215-281-5903

School District Education Center
Office of Student Enrollment and Placement
440 N. Broad Street, 1st fl.
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215-400-4290

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