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What is a Neighborhood School?

A neighborhood school has an attendance boundary which gives admission priority to those students who live within that particular boundary. Students who live within the attendance boundary of a school do not need to submit an application to apply to that school.  However, parents must be able to provide appropriate proof of residency for enrollment.  Students who live outside of the neighborhood attendance boundary are required submit an application in order to be considered for acceptance.

*There are Three (3) Neighborhood Schools that have Magnet Programs:

If you live in the neighborhood attendance area your child will be able to attend the school.  However, to enroll in the school's Magnet Program, all students including neighborhood and out of area students must submit an application for admission.  Admission is based upon meeting the admission criteria for each school, regardless of where you live.

For more information, call the Office of Student Placement at 215-400-4290

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