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Imhotep Institute Charter High School

Mission Statement:
To provide a standard-driven, high-quality educational program for urban learners grounded in the Afrikan principles of MA'AT and the principles of Nguzo Saba and to nurture lifelong learners who are valuable members of the community.
Points of Pride:
National Honor Society; dual-enrollment program with Community College of Philadelphia; mock trial team won 1st place, 2015 Citywide High School tournament; Future Business Leaders of America chapter advanced to regional competition; student government; Restorative Practices and Peer Mediation program; out-of-school time enrichment program sponsored by the City of Philadelphia; STEM club; computer lab; performing arts electives; Public League champions in Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball, Football, and Track; partnership with Sankofa Freedom Academy Charter School
AP Courses:
Calculus AB, English Literature & Composition, Physics B, Psychology, U.S. History
Other Special Academic Offerings:
African Drumming; Art; Business Applications; Computer Systems Networking; Computer Support Systems Technology; Culinary Arts; Communication Capoeira; Creative Writing; Dance; Graphic Design; Health-Related Technologies; Medical/Clinical Assistant; Music; Mock Trial; Restorative Practices; Robotics Technology; Video Editing; Web Design; Weightlifting
Foreign Languages:
French, Spanish
Parent Involvement:
Home & School Association, School Advisory Council, classroom volunteers, monthly Wazuri Parent Council meetings to provide academic updates, support the school's instructional program, solicit parental input, enhance community relations and organize events
Arts Activities and Classes:
Vocal music classes or ensemble; choir; drum line; instrumental music classes; dance instruction; drill team; dance group; theater instruction; school play or musical(s); film
Boys Sports:
Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Indoor Track & Field, Tennis, Track & Field
Girls Sports:
Basketball, Indoor Track & Field, Tennis, Track & Field, Cheerleading*
Septa Routes:
6, K, L
Contact Information
6201 N. 21st St., 19138
Jury Segers, Principal
Enrollment and Demographics
Type of School: Charter
2014-2015 Enrollment:
Grades Served: 9-12
Admission Reqs: Application, lottery
ELLS: 0%
Special Education: 16%
Receiving free or reduced priced lunch: 80%
Waiting List? Yes, 400
Racial Demographics: African American – 100% Latino – <0% Asian – 0% White – 0% Other – 0%

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