Using small, interest-based learning communities and a rigorous honors program open to students from all academies, we are a comprehensive community that empowers students to reach their highest academic potential while providing a nurturing environment. All ninth graders participate in the Freshman Academy. During the students' first year, this academy provides a culture of rigorous standards, honors level courses and academic supports that address individual student needs. Our students are exposed to a wide array of extracurricular and athletic activities in combination with a challenging academic program that prepares them for college and the world of work.
Medical Technology, Virtual Enterprise Travel and Tourism, College Now, Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification, Culinary Arts, Communications and Television Media, Army Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Program, Wagner College Partnership Program, Ninth Grade Success Program, Freshman Academy
Prepares students to enter careers in educational settings. Students will prepare for the Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills (ATAS) exam, leading to Teaching Assistant Certification. Opportunities for internships and practical experiences in various subject areas within school settings.
A challenging four-year honors program designed for students with outstanding academic ability; this program provides multiple opportunities for college-level courses, Advanced Placement Courses and inquiry-based learning.
Program Specialization: Humanities and Interdisciplinary
A challenging program that immerses students in a CTE instructional model preparing them for business, economics, finance and career education through the Virtual Enterprise Program and the Hospitality and Tourism Program
Medical Technology introduces students to the multitude of occupations and careers available in the medical and health professions; the hands-on program prepares students for college-level courses through lab experience and internships
Students study various forms of the arts, including television, film, radio, journalism, band, orchestra, guitar, chorus, drawing and painting. Students are prepared for college majors and careers in all areas of the television, visual and performing arts through a strong academic foundation and hands-on experience.
A competitive honors program that prepares students for college study in applied mathematics, sciences and related professions. Students complete college-level courses in science and research opportunities, internships, SAT/ACT prep possible.
Program Specialization: Science and Math
Available Seats in Freshmen Class: 68
Admission Method: Screened
Entrance Requirements: Review of Attendance & Punctuality
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Student Teacher Ratio
24 : 1
55% Male / 45% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Port Richmond High School.
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 75 incidents of bullying last year at Port Richmond High School, which equals 0.0329 incidents per student.
Arista-National Honor Society, Art, Chorus, Community Service Projects, Concert, Council for Unity, Cranial Crunch, Culinary Arts, Dance, Drama Club Plays, Fashionville, Guitar Ensemble, H2O Dance, International, Jazz and Marching Bands, Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Drill Team, Literary Magazine, Mock Trial, Musical Performances, Newspaper, Peer Mediation/Conflict Resolution, Performing Arts, Play It Smart, PM School, Poetry, Project Rebound, Seamers, SING, Steppers Dance, Student Government, Yearbook