Port Richmond High School
Port Richmond High School is located in the North Shore neighborhood of Port Richmond, at 85 St Josephs Avenue, between Innis Street and Charles Avenue. This public high school serves students from many North Shore neighborhoods, including Port Richmond, Mariner’s Harbor, Westerleigh, Bull’s Head, New Springville, and Travis.
A diverse population of students makes up a population of approximately 2600 students who participate in programs such as Gateway to Higher Education, Collegiate Academy, Culinary Arts, JROTC, Medical Technology,TV/Media Production, Institute for Business, Hospitality, Entrepreneurship and Tourism, and several others extracurricular activities.
Port Richmond fields over thirty varsity teams, including swimming, golf, bowling, volleyball, soccer, basketball, wrestling, fencing, baseball/softball, tennis, track/cross country, gymnastics, lacrosse, and football teams.
In 1927, Port Richmond opened its doors with two grades (9th and 10th) and graduated its first senior class in 1930. An extensive renovation to the building added administrative offices, domestic and catering kitchens, a photography studio, a dance studio, a robotics lab, printing and woodworking shops, an auto mechanics shop, computer labs, and a television studio, which was dedicated and opened for use in 1994. Port Richmond received another major facelift in 2001 when the entire athletic field was completely renovated. Website: https://www.portrichmondhs.org
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