Active Citizenship Service Learning demonstrates our commitment to creating engaged and active citizens.
CREATING A SCHOOL GOVERNMENT GOAL: Establish a way in which students can continuously engage in the three tenets of our school and appreciate the success and challenges of governing. Executive - Principal Faculty Senate House of Students
School Government Students have some control over issues facing our school Focused elections on issues, committees formed Students vote on issues Legislation Campaign Financing Out-for-Lunch School Hours Dress Code Sponsored recycling program Wii Tennis Tournament Service Learning Leadership Conferences
9th Grade Schedule All classes are 60 minutes The U.S. Constitution Historiography sent large number of freshman to NHD city/states/National English I, Spanish I, Physical Science, Algebra I or Geometry, Art History & Technology
10th Grade Schedule All classes 60 minutes American Studies -- all year survey of pre-Colonial Era to Progressive Era English II, Spanish II, Geometry or Algebra II, Biology, Health & PE and/or Art History/Technology
11th Grade Schedule All classes are 60 minutes AP US History or AP Government English III, Algebra II, Chemistry, Health & PE, Electives- Music, Journalism, Sociology, Playwriting, Constitutional Law, Economics, Psychology, Business Management, Debate
12th Grade Schedule All classes are 60 minutes English 4 or AP Literature and World History or AP World History, Calculus or Discrete Math, NHD/Service Senior Project Special dual enrollment through Arcadia University Special Internships, work rosters, and community service opportunities as part of college and career planning.
Extra Curricular Activities Student Newspaper Student Government Mock Trial Debate Drama Tech Club Yearbook Service Learning Chess Club Peer Mediation Athletics (at Constitution and local schools) and many more!
Special Events Job shadowing and mentoring at Ballard Spahr Constitution Day at the NCC Halloween Dance and Haunted House Staff vs Students Turkey Bowl ML King Day of Service Graduation on the lawn of the National Constitution Center
9th Grade Trips Late Fall: Washington DC Spring: New York City
10th Grade Trips Late Fall: Baltimore, MD Spring: Gettysburg
Upperclass Trips Juniors: Washington DC Seniors: To be determined
Admissions Criteria Grades: As, Bs and one C Excellent Attendance Positive Behavior Record Required Essay Personal Interview See your counselor for more information and application procedures
Upcoming Events Come see our school for yourself! Constitution High School Open House 18 S. 7th St. (between Chestnut and Walnut) Philadelphia, PA Thursday, October 17, 6 - 7:30 pm Drexel University HS Expo 33 rd and Market Streets Saturday Nov 16, 9am-5pm