The high school-aged kids are not all in one place.
They’re scattered throughout the city, and they’re all moving to different districts and districts’ different neighborhoods.
As a result, there’s a lot of confusion about which charter schools are best for them.
Some schools, like P.S. 612 in the Drexel area, are good places for kids to live, but they can’t compete with private schools, which offer better quality of education.
But others, like the Dukes Charter School in South Philadelphia, offer the kind of education that a lot more families can afford.
“We’re doing a lot better than some charter schools,” said the school’s founder, David C. Coker.
“And we have a really strong foundation.
We have a great foundation and an amazing student body.”
Coker said that since he founded P.s. 613 in 1999, it has taken in more than 7,000 students, most of whom are from inner-city Philadelphia.
“The students that come to P. 6.
are not in poverty.
They have good academic achievement, and that’s what we want them to be able to do.”
While the schools are funded through private donations, they’re also owned by the district and its schools.
The district pays P.6.
a minimum of $12,000 a year for operating expenses.
P.7 is a public charter school that has also received federal money through the Department of Education’s Early Head Start program.
P7’s president, Mary-Ann Zellner, said that, in addition to the federal money, she’s been able to attract a lot from local businesses and the community.
“I think the best part is that they’re focused on the students, and it’s very diverse,” Zellners said.
“There’s a big difference between what a typical charter school can do and what the typical public school can.”
P. 7 also has a high graduation rate, which makes it a good place to start, especially if you’re looking for a charter to get into, said Zellers.
P 612, a charter that’s in a different part of Philadelphia, had a better graduation rate than P 7.
“They have a higher graduation rate,” she said.
P S 612 is the only school that the district has ever offered a charter.
Cokers said that he was excited when the district first offered a Charter for P. S 613.
“That was the first time we actually got an answer on this,” he said.
He was especially excited about the school being able to bring in new students.
“It’s a really, really cool program,” he says.
“This is really an opportunity to get new people into our schools and into the classroom.”
For P. s 612 students, there are a lot things to do, too.
“You get to go to the movies, you get to see the sights,” said Zettner.
“But they have an outdoor theater, so there’s lots of different activities they can do.”
P 613 is also a really good place for P S s 8 students to live.
Zellings said that her students can get in and out of the school in one hour.
“At P. 9, they go to a restaurant,” she explained.
10 is a little different.
They can go out to play.
It’s like they go into their own world.
They’ll be able see all the different cultures and different languages and have a chance to explore.”
P 7 has also gotten a lot help from its community.
P 7 also works with families to help with a variety of programs, like literacy programs and special education classes.
“For kids who are struggling with special education, they can go to P 7 and get access to tutors,” said Coker, adding that P. 1, a private school in the same neighborhood, also has tutors.
“These are good programs that can help kids, and the schools do a great job at that,” said P S 7 CEO David Coker at the start of the program’s second semester.
“A lot of our families have been through this, and we understand their needs.
We just want them able to succeed.”
While there’s been some progress at P. 10, Coker is concerned that it’s going to take a long time for the district to catch up with P. 5.
“In P.5, they did this very well,” he told me.
“People started calling me and saying they wanted to come.
But they have to wait.”
While P. 4 has done well, it’s still not as good as P. 8, and P. 3 has not yet opened.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing, says Coker: “We’ve got to have a long-term plan, and if we’re going to have to put money into