If you’re here, it means you’re wondering whether your child’s school is the best possible environment for his or her development. Whether you’re thinking about the quality of their education, their prospects for college, or their safety, the bottom line is this: if you’re considering alternatives, then your instincts are probably right, and transferring to one of the 17 high schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia may be the right choice for you.
$1,000 Transfer Grants
Students who transfer into an Archdiocesan high school qualify to receive a $1,000 grant for the academic year.
Any public, private, or charter school student entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade who transfers into an Archdiocesan high school is eligible to receive a $1,000 grant for the academic year.
Filling out this form allows a school administrator to get in touch with you through phone or email. When they contact you, don’t hold back. Ask the tough questions, they can take it.
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Where tradition meets innovation, and the learning doesn’t stop when you leave the classroom. Archdiocesan high schools feature state-of-the-art technology, a wide range of student organizations, top athletic programs, and some of the highest student safety ratings in the state.
|Nearly $3 Billion|
in college scholarships since 2000
|6 out of 10 |
Consider transferring your son or daughter to an Archdiocesan high school today. It’s their future. Don’t settle.