We prepare critically thinking, socially capable, spiritually sensitive, and culturally aware young adults who can use English, Spanish, and technology as tools for success in the 21st century.
Points Of Pride
Low staff turnover. Student participation in STEM programs. Strong native Spanish speaker program that allows students to obtain a language credit. Over 90 percent of our high school graduates are accepted into postsecondary institutions.
Students must reside in the city of Philadelphia. The process is as follows: application, lottery and a student/parent interview with a school administrator.
Accreditations and Honors
Hours of Operation
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Extended Programming Details
Raw data measures student performance on standardized tests. Not all schools take the same standardized tests. Direct comparisons between different tests should not be made.
Esperanza Academy has an excellent school climate. All staff members receive training regarding the code of conduct and discipline procedures. Our Safety Climate Officers are CPR certified and attend additional training as needed. How is the rating for School Incidents calculated? This rating represents the reportable incident count per 100 students. Reported suspensions and expulsions are not factored into the rating for School Incidents. Learn more about GPS ratings methodology here.
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This data reflects the total number of incidents, suspensions, and expulsions per 100 students reported by the school to the Pennsylvania Department of Education. To view a reportable incident report for a particular public school, see the Pennsylvania Safe Schools Reports
. Data for private schools are derived from similar reports submitted directly to GreatPhillySchools.