03/10/2016, 10:45pm EST Josh Verlin (@jmverlin) In other action on Friday evening Class A: Phil-Mont Christian (1-1) vs. Math, Civics & Sciences (12-2) Where: Philadelphia University When: 7:30 PM Skinny: In its first two games, Phil-Mont Christian has been tougher, faster and bigger than both of its opponents, and thus the Falcons didnâ€™t have too […]
Annual Parent Conference Be a student and learn our teaching methods and how to teach your child. Saturday, October 31, 2015 -Â 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the school A Continental Breakfast will be available Door Prizes for the first 100 Parents/GuardiansÂ for Parents and Guardians Only! Attend morning classes with your child’s teacher(s) Meet your […]
The Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School of Philadelphia, Inc. cordially invite you to join us in supporting The Veronica J. Joyner Annual Scholarship Fund Dinner Dance (Download Flyer & Ticket Order Form) First District Plaza 3801 Market Street Philadelphia, PA Friday, April 29, 2016 6:00PM – 10:00PM Tickets $40.00 per person TO PURCHASE A […]
When a student leaves the Philadelphia School District for a charter school, the system is left with nearly $5,000 in continuing costs, according to a report released Thursday.
The amount — $4,824 — is less than the $7,000 in so-called stranded costs that the Boston Consulting Group estimated for the district in 2012.
BY MARTY MYERS / STAFF WRITER Published: March 9, 2016 Old Forge’s Nick Pelosi has his shot blocked by Math, Civics and Sciences. Zahir Jackson in the second half of play at Bethlehem Liberty High School in Bethlehem on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer Old Forgeâ€™s Ben Grochowski scores in […]
At The Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School (MCSCS) in Philadelphia, every student starts the morning with a pledge. In one colorful classroom, 20 third-graders stand and begin reciting. “I’m 100% committed to my education,” they say in unison. “I believe in myself and my ability to do my best at all times. I am powerful […]
Can food should be dropped off at the school lobby. All money should be given to Mrs. Solomon to donate to the homeless. Our Annual Can Food Drive helps several area shelters feed the homeless. The cans are used to make big pots of soup to feed the homeless a meal.