District scolaire de Philadelphie

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Le School District of Philadelphia Education Center, le siège administratif du district (à droite)

Le District Scolaire de Philadelphie (School District of Philadelphia) est un district scolaire de Pennsylvanie.

Il a son siège, School District of Philadelphia Education Center[1], et ses écoles à Philadelphie.

En 2005 le district a 210 000 élèves. En 2005 le district a établi cours obligatoires des études afro-américaines pour les élèves de ses lycées[2].

En 2014 le district a 131 000 élèves[3]. En 2014 le district a eu des problèmes budgétaires[4]. En 2014 le gouverneur de la Pennsylvanie, Tom Corbett, a donné $265 millions au district[5].

Écoles[modifier | modifier le code]

Lycées[modifier | modifier le code]

Overbrook High School
South Philadelphia High School
West Philadelphia High School
  • Audenried High School
  • John Bartram High School
  • Charles Carroll High School
  • Thomas A. Edison High School
  • Samuel Fels High School
  • FitzSimons High School for Boys
  • Frankford High School
  • Benjamin Franklin High School
  • Horace Furness High School
  • Germantown High School
  • Simon Gratz High School
  • Kensington High School Complex
  • Martin Luther King High School
  • Robert E. Lamberton High School
  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Northeast High School
  • Olney High School Educational Complex
  • Overbrook High School
  • William Penn High School
  • The Young Women’s Leadership School at E. Washington Rhodes High School
  • Roxborough High School
  • William L. Sayre High School
  • South Philadelphia High School
  • Strawberry Mansion High School
  • University City High School
  • Roberts Vaux High School
  • George Washington High School
  • West Philadelphia High School
  • Paul Robeson High School for Human Services
  • Academy at Palumbo
  • William W. Bodine High School for International Affairs
  • CAPA - Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts
  • Carver High School for Engineering and Science
  • Central High School
  • Franklin Learning Center
  • Northeast Medical, Engineering, and Aerospace Magnet
  • Northwest Parkway High School for Peace and Conflict Resolution
  • Parkway Center City High School
  • Parkway West High School
  • Philadelphia High School for Girls
  • Science Leadership Academy
  • Walter Biddle Saul High School for Agricultural Sciences
  • Edward Bok Technical High Schools
  • Communications Technology High School
  • Murrell Dobbins Technical High School
  • Stephen A. Douglas High School
  • High School of the Future
  • Lankenau High School
  • Jules E. Mastbaum Technical High School
  • Motivation High School
  • Paul Robeson High School for Human Services

Voir aussi[modifier | modifier le code]

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. "Contact Us." District Scolaire de Philadelphie. Consulté le 27 mars 2011. "School District of Philadelphia Education Center 440 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130"
  2. "Philadelphia schools to require African, black history" (Archive). USA Today. 9 juin 2005. Consulté le 23 septembre 2014.
  3. Hurdle, John. "With Philadelphia Shortfall, Schools Face Renewed Cuts." The New York Times. 26 avril 2014. Consulté le 23 septembre 2014.
  4. Superville, Denisa R. "School Budget Problems Have Deep Roots in Philadelphia." Education Week (EN). en ligne: 6 mai 2014. presse écrite: 7 mai 2014 ("Philadelphia Once Again Mulling Painful Budget Cuts"). Consulté le 23 septembre 2014.
  5. Superville, Denisa R. "Gov. Corbett Advances $265 Million to Help Philadelphia District." Education Week (EN). 6 août 2014. Consulté le 23 septembre 2014.

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