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TECH Freire Charter High School

PHONE: (267) 507-1111 SCHOOL TYPE: Public Charter Citywide GRADES: 9-12 ENROLLMENT: 513

Fast Facts

  • Principal

    Mr. Nate Durant

  • Phone Number

    (267) 507-1111

  • Website

  • Neighborhood

    North Central

  • SEPTA Routes

    BSL (Susquehanna-Dauphin), Bus (4, 16, 39)

  • Preschool/Daycare

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  • Application Deadline

    2023-01-27

  • Tuition

  • Uniform

    No

  • Extended Day

Mission

TECH Freire Charter School provides a college-preparatory learning experience specializing in computer science and entrepreneurship with a focus on individual freedom, critical thinking, and problem solving in an environment that emphasizes the values of community, teamwork, equity, and commitment to peace. TECH Freire offers students the power to build their future.

 

At TECH Freire we believe that education is the great equalizer and the means by which we can and will unapologetically battle the racial inequity that has plagued our students and families for generations. We believe that action equals equity; therefore, we strive each day to take action. We take action by providing a robust learning experience for students. We take action by ensuring our students are taught the fundamental technology skills necessary to thrive in the 21st century. We take action by educating the whole child; emphasizing the values of non-violence and community through rich extracurricular programming. At TECH Freire, action equals equity.

Points Of Pride

TECH Freire’s rigorous college-preparatory curriculum is designed to ensure that every Freire student graduates with the credits required for acceptance at any top college in the US.

This includes four years each of English, math, science, and social studies, as well as three years of language study. In addition to these intensive requirements, we offer a variety of courses that engage students deeply with their learning and bring to life connections between students’ classwork, their communities and real-world issues.

 

Our academic program provides students with real-life hands-on experiences and integrates technology skills and tools into rigorous traditional liberal arts courses to ensure all students’ depth and breadth of learning. We call this approach to curriculum tech-integration. Through the integration of technology and the maker spaces into our curriculum, we push the rigor of our academic program and the expertise of our academic teachers into the maker space, and bring the inventive ethos of making, as well as the creativity and skill of our marker space-focused teaching staff, into the classroom.

Admissions Policy

Open to all students who live in Philadelphia. If there are more applications than available seats, a lottery will be held. Beginning with the admissions process for 2023-24 (application window September 2022 to January 2023), applicants residing anywhere in the city will be entered into the same pool for the lottery. The school's enrollment policy gives priority to the following groups in this order: Sibling attending; Sibling accepted offer; Parents have actively participated in the development of the school; Residents of the School District of Philadelphia; Out-of-district PA resident. 

 

If you have any questions please contact Sam Obrochta, Assistant Director Operations, at [email protected]

Accreditations and Honors

Hours of Operation

Sun -
Mon8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Tues8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wed9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Thur8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Fri8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sat -

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