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Imhotep Institute Charter High School

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Mission Statement:

To provide standards-driven, high-quality educational program for urban learners grounded in the African principles of MA’AT and seven principles of the Nguzo Saba. Imhotep aims to nurture lifelong learners who are valuable members of the world community.

Accreditations/awards:

Scholar Champions, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013; highly successful Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball teams have won several titles in recent years; 1st-place winners, men’s 4x4, Penn Relays, 2013; PIAA 2A Football Champions, 2013; National Signing Day; 1st-place winners, PIAA District XII cheerleading competition, 2013; 3rd-place winners, Envirothon Competition, 2013; winner of Aberdeen Asset Management Investment Challenge, 2011, 2012; 1st-place winners in 6 categories at Pennsylvania STEM competition, 2012; 1st-place Community Team, Dwight Evans Civic Leadership Summit, 2010; football player participated in Semper Fidelis All American Bowl, 2013; Gates Millennium Scholar 2011

Points of pride:

Athletes on championship basketball and football teams received athletic and academic scholarships; 2011 Gates Millennium Scholar graduate attending Howard University; 90% attendance rate; first graduating class in 2000; high graduation and post-secondary placement rates; over $1.5 million in scholarships for class of 2013; Saturday classes; summer enrichment program; internships; before- and after-school programs; professional development trips to Ghana, West Africa, for students, staff and parents

Career & Technical Education programs:

Health/Medical Assisting Services; Computer Systems Networking & Telecommunications; Health Professions & Related Clinical Sciences; Computer Technology/Computer Systems Technology

AP courses:
English Language & Composition

Other special academic offerings:
Honors classes in English, math, social studies, science. Sophomores who meet the criteria can begin to take honors courses.

Foreign languages:
French, Spanish

Measures for positive, safe learning:

Partnership with Northwest Community Coalition for Youth to establish Safe Corridors for students; new partnership with the Youth Court System.

Arts activities and classes: Art; music; African and modern dance

Parent Involvement:

Booster Club for athletics, fundraising, board of directors, advisory boards, Safe Corridors, community partnerships, fan support and providing resources for our school; help with annual College Fair and Financial Aid Nights, chaperones in lunchrooms 

Arts activities and classes:

Vocal music; film/video instruction; dance instruction; theater instruction; choir; drum line; drill team; dance group; school play

Activities & special programs:

African drumming; sports management; juvenile diabetes walks; Pillars of Peace; Council of Youth Afrikan Leadership; 9th & 12th-grade mentoring program; WHYY internships; senior internships; Royal Guard; Capoeira; JAAMA Empowerment and Enrichment Program; mock trial; culinary arts; computer applications

Boys' sports:

Cross Country, Track & Field, Basketball, Football 

Girls' sports:

Cross Country, Track & Field, Basketball, Cheerleading

SEPTA routes:
6, K, L

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Comments (18)

Submitted by Anonymous on April 1, 2010 8:06 am

Imhotep embraces a real belief that our young people will achieve. The climate is very positive and well supported. Whether it is on the football field, basketball court, prom, parent meetings, track, choir, dance, cheer leading, Senior and Junior Social Change Presentations or the number of community service projects, you see staff, administration, parents, family members and students, coming out to give full support. My third child is about to graduate. He has been exposed and supported in so many activities. He has been accepted in every college he has applied for and the college access office has helped support our students and families every step of the way. Imhotep is a school that more families should have access to. It does not look at your past, but helps to make sure every student has a bright and successful future.

Submitted by Anonymous on October 6, 2010 11:20 am

It is nothing wrong with learning about our past as African American people. In order to move forward, sometimes we have to look back and see what have gone wrong in order to make the right decisions, or shape our future. To look back does not mean you are not moving forward, in order to learn who we are and where we have come from, and where we have been is a very important part for us to move on. When all those people (Leaders of our past) died for us to have the freedoms that we have today, where do you think they got to courage to do what they have done....even until their death, yes, they looked back, and what did they see? Something that was very vital to those of us that have been striped of our pride, freedoms, wealth, and God only can reveal by His Spirit....if you want to know, what else. We are a very powerful and bless people, and there are those people that are and were, and are very fearful of what and who we are. Looking back, does not means we are not looking forward. If you want to get to the bottom of anything in this life.......you have to see what happen, how did it happen, and who was involved to make it happen. So we have to do what.....look back. And remember it is written: My people are destroyed for the lack of knowlegde: Hosea: 4:6 Go back and read it, it is in the "Old Testament". have a bless day

Submitted by Anonymous on June 11, 2011 3:09 pm

Congratulations to the Class of 6251 graduates of Imhotep Institute Charter High School. The graduation was spectacular. It is no wonder that they have had 10 years of graduating 100% of 12th graders and 100% being accepted into higher learning. Every word spoken affirms that these young people will achieve. It is no wonder that Imhotep has another State Championship with 3 seniors going to D-1 schools., 100% of senior football players graduating and making it to the Public League Championship two years in a row, Performing Arts Students, who dance and perform at their own graduation, honors students speaking with such eloquence, the list goes on and on. At the forefront is a CEO who has vision and the tenacity and will to reach out to the community and draw support by every means necessary to see these young people succeed.

Way to go! HOTEP!

Submitted by Anonymous on November 29, 2011 8:27 pm

Is their a girl volleyball team

Submitted by Anonymous on November 29, 2011 8:43 pm

I attend Imhotep Institute Charter High School and i would to play Volleyball for girl. so do they have it??

Submitted by Anonymous on June 27, 2012 9:28 pm

No, they do not have it thank you for asking!!!!

Submitted by Anonymous on July 2, 2012 6:24 am

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Submitted by Anonymous on August 2, 2012 4:45 pm

what is JAMMA

Submitted by Anonymous on September 4, 2012 8:42 am

God bless you Imhotep institute, God bless you Mama Chris. Whenever I think of you, I see an army of people determined to change the future for the better, sustaining the 'values' we highly treasure, and preserving the 'identity'.

Africa loves you,

Joshua Afubo

Submitted by Anonymous on October 17, 2012 11:58 pm

I am a proud parent of two Imhotep students our family has changed tremendously!! Keep up the great work of serving students and parents together beyond measure and reaching higher heights and deeper depths. The gratitude I have for what this institution has to offer can be summed up it one word. INTEGRITY.

To God be the glory for all that his will allows for the teachers and parents of IICHS.

Submitted by Anonymous on October 18, 2012 9:59 am

So proud of the work Imhotep Institute Charter High School continue to do. It is just October of the school year and we have had a full house of parents at our August Parent Orientation and our September Back to School night. Our October College Fair that included school from the community introduced hundreds of student to the recruiting process. We are proud that many students from Imhotep had received on the spot acceptance and even scholarships based on SAT scores and GPA. My son was just one of the scholar athletes that received those honors. Last night we were on track with our Financial Aid Workshop were nearly half of our senior parents were in attendance to make sure our scholars have the necessary resources to complete post secondary education. Every morning our dedicated teachers and coaches have mandatory study hall for our athletes. They make sure all players are in good academic standing to compete. It is hard to be great -That is why we are undefeated going into the playoffs with many of our athlete getting looks from Division 1 schools. Our CEO works tirelessly to keep our school open to the community. In September we held the Homowo Festival- September a Community College Fair- October brought thousands of people to the Lock Conference and a Housing Conference hosted by a State Representative; November is our Community Health Fair led by our Health Academy December is our Open House and Kwanzaa Celebration in addition December 30th brings Dr Karenga to host a City wide Kwanzaa Celebration and 2013 we have so many more activities. Yes we have a Basketball team with three of the last four State Championships. Our students are surrounded by dedicated staff, parents, community members that affirm daily that we have Pride - Strength- and Power to help us do the things we must do - We know when we shine the nation shines and when the nation shines we all shine - Hotep! (Peace)

Submitted by Anonymous on October 18, 2012 11:16 am

Can you provide information on average SAT scores of Juniors and the college acceptance rate (to 4 year colleges/universities)?

Submitted by Anonymous on March 19, 2013 12:36 pm

what is imhotep short for?

Submitted by Anonymous on May 24, 2013 12:24 am

I would like to attend this school I sent a email to mamachris letting her know who I am if there's anyone at Imhotep students, staff, teachers, coaches that live in tge south jersey area to please notify me thanks and have a great day.

Submitted by Anonymous on May 24, 2013 12:30 am

I would like to attend this school I sent a email to mamachris letting her know who I am if there's anyone at Imhotep students, staff, teachers, coaches that live in tge south jersey area to please notify me thanks and have a great day.

Submitted by Anonymous on June 13, 2013 11:31 am

enhances community relations, and supports yearly fundraisers, special events, and field trips. Wazuri, a parent organization, actively supports the instructional program, pancreatic cancer

Submitted by Anonymous on July 4, 2013 6:17 pm

Telecommunications; Health Professions & Related Clinical Sciences; Computer Technology/Computer Systems Technology Health/Medical Assisting Services; Computer Systems Networking & pain under left breast

Submitted by Anonymous on August 27, 2013 5:22 pm

when is try - outs for cheerleading ?

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