Archbishop Ryan High School
MissionArchbishop Ryan High School, a Catholic, coeducational school, empowers a diverse student body to become contributing members of the Church and society. In partnership with family and community, Archbishop Ryan strives to teach as Jesus did by providing spiritual, social, and service opportunities for growth. The faculty challenges the students of today to become the leaders of tomorrow through a comprehensive academic curriculum rooted in excellence.
Points Of Pride94% of Graduates Attend Post-Secondary Schooling. 2014 Gates Millennium Scholar Winner. 13 AP Classes. 45 of 46 Students Received College Credit for AP Exam in Calculus and Statistics. On-Campus college courses through Holy Family University Partnership. School-wide Literacy Initiative for Excellence across Curriculum in partnership with University of Pennsylvania. Diocesan Scholar Program. Bonaventure Program for Students with Diagnosed Learning Disabilities. Double-Digit Increase in Standardized Math Scores. Digital Literacy Course; web 2.0 tools to create original work; utilizes Google Genius Hour. 4 Year Programs in Both Art and Instrumental Music. Catholic Service Work with Blessed Sarnelli Community. 40 Boys' and Girls' Sports Teams. On-Campus Athletic Fields. Repeat Philadelphia Catholic Champions in both Softball and Girls' Soccer. Penn Relays Event Winners. District Champions in Swimming
To begin the application process, complete the two-page student application found on the Admissions page of our website (www.archbishopryan.com). All incoming students are required to take the Archbishop Ryan Entrance and Scholarship Exam. Students earn academic scholarships by taking the scholarship test. Scholarships are renewable each year, provided students meet set academic criteria and disciplinary standards.
Accreditations and HonorsMiddle States Accreditation Commission on Secondary Schools
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