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ACE Mentor Program Scholarships E&S hosted the end of year ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program final presentations in our Auditorium on May 15. Students from High Schools throughout the city shared their final projects with representatives from ACE, families and friends. The program ended with the awarding of
scholarships. We are proud to announce that 6 E&S students were awarded $22,000 in
scholarships. Congratulations to all of the deserving recipients.
Gateway Summer Engineering Academy The Gateway Summer Academy is a day camp summertime experience designed to inspire students to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math. Application due Friday, May 31. For students completing Grade 7 in June 2013. More Information
E&S Students Win Tech Competition Congratulations to sophomore Francisco Castellanos and juniors Stephen Pettus and Darren Davis who won first place in one competition and second in another this week during events that were a part of Philly Tech Week events at Temple University. They are part of our school's participation in Engineering MESA club. Full Story
Science Fair E&S students participated in the annual Carver Science Fair at Temple University. Dr. Basu mentored our students and proudly announced the following awards: 1st Place winners in Botany and Earth & Space. 2nd Place winner in Social & Behavioral Science. 3rd Place winners in Physics, Zoology and Environmental Science. Honorary Mention in Microbiology, Zoology and Environmental Science.
Congratulations to all of our participants. Photos
Fuel Up To Play 60 Empowers students to take charge in making small, everyday changes at school. Students can win prizes, like an NFL player visit or Super Bowl tickets, for choosing good-for-you foods and getting active at least 60 minutes a day. We want students
to make a difference not only in their lives, but also their community.
What Most Schools Don't Teach: Coding E&S believes that very student should have the opportunity to learn code. Watch this video to learn the value of computer programming. Video
The Charles E. Ellis Trust helps eligible young women living in single parent households
by awarding grants which fund basic educational expenses and a range of enrichment activities. For more information and application, go to www.ellistrust.org .
Dear Mr. President
Eric Smalls, Class of 2012 and President of the Robotics Club, wrote a letter to the President and the Obama for President re-election committee created this video of Eric's inspirational story. Video
High School Years: Newsletter for Parents
Practical ideas for parents to improve school success and help teens prepare for the future.
FamilyNet Accounts for Parents
Parents can now use their FamilyNet account to access up-to-date information concerning their child’s tests, quizzes, assignments, assessments and grades. Use the FamilyNet Login link to register and sign-in to your account.
Important Message for Parents/Guardians
We are asking all parents to provide a current email contact. Due to severe budget constraints we cannot send monthly calendars and other information via US mail. While we urge you to visit this website frequently, we would like to be able to directly email all
parents. Please use this link to provide your information. Update Email