Tag: DePaul Catholic School

DePaul Catholic shows strong results in first year using blended learning

The story of the DePaul Catholic School once mirrored that of urban Catholic schools nationally. Over the course of fifty years, DePaul, located in Germantown, faced declines in enrollment, faculty, programs, and test scores. In 2001, DePaul Catholic was under-enrolled at 200 students with no enrichment classes and few student supports. The school routinely performed in the 20th and 30th …

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Catholic elementary school to use new learning model to increase enrollment and achievement

Grants from Great Schools Fund will create seats for 2,000 more Philadelphia students to attend high-quality schools The Philadelphia School Partnership (PSP) today announced it will invest $500,000 from its Great Schools Fund to support the expansion and transformation of DePaul Catholic School, a K-8 elementary school currently serving approximately 280 students in the Germantown …

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Great Schools Fund invests in DePaul Catholic School

Today we announced our Great Schools Fund will invest $500,000 in DePaul Catholic School to start a blended-learning program to improve students’ academic performance and help expand the Germantown-based elementary school. Read more about our investment in the innovative school model in today’s Inquirer. DePaul is one of 14 Catholic elementary schools that recently joined …

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