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Prevention is Key for the Corona Virus
Please read the following information for the latest updates. Prevention is extremely important.
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Walter Perez and Jeannette Reyes Visit Esperanza
It is always inspiring to meet people living the life you dream of. On Friday, February 21st, Walter Perez and Jeannette Reyes visited Esperanza to speak with our Film and Journalism students. Both Perez and Reyes are extremely accomplished broadcast journalists for 6ABC, one of the top news station in Philadelphia. They shared insights not only into their careers but their lives as well, while encouraging students that they too can be successful with their dreams.
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Through Their Eyes at the Woodmere Art Museum
If you haven’t had a chance to stop by the Woodmere Art Museum to see our students’ work, you still have this weekend. February 23rd will be the last day to tour the Through Their Eyes exhibit. It features works from the 2018 and 2019 academic years. Art students showcased their talent and techniques through various art forms including ceramic ocarinas, charcoal self-portraits, and mixed-media work from our AP students.
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Safe Drinking Water
We are pleased to announce that all 35 outlets met the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standard for lead in drinking water
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High School Spirit Week
The Junior Class does it again! The Class of 2021 has won two years in a row for Spirit Week but not without some fierce competition.
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Time to Celebrate
National School Counseling Week, sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), is this week from Feb. 3–7, 2020, to focus public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems and how students are different as a result of what school counselors do. National School Counseling Week highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.
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Steve Schafer, Author of "The Border," Speaks with Students
“They’ll talk about this all year. Everything comes back to The Border,” said Mr. Neumann, an English teacher in the high school. The most read and most loved book of the tenth grade English classes is written by local author Steve Schafer. Each week students had in-class discussions over their assigned reading. Some students also conducted extra credit assignments of either paintings, drawings, or writings inspired by Schafer’s story, which they were able to thoughtfully gift to him.
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CEO's Message

Mr. Rossi

Esperanza Academy Public Charter High School is dedicated to providing a quality education that prepares 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. David Rossi, CEO

Esperanza Academy Charter School