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Tony Danza to host the 2016 Teacher VS Student Talent Show!

Danza Talent Show on March 15, 2016. Tickets on sale this Thurs, Fri, Mon, & Tues in Rm 143. Presale tix $4-students, $8-adults. Tix @ night – $10 … Read entire article »

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Historically Black Colleges and University Fair

The School District of Philadelphia will be hosting the Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and University Fair on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM.  The fair will take place at the School District Building at 440 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19130.  Universities and colleges in attendance include Howard University, Virginia State University, Florida A&M, and more! Registration is required.  Students are to arrive with a completed application package, their ACT/SAT scores, and official transcripts.  Professional dress is also required. To learn more and pre-register for the fair, visit:  www.hbcufair.com. … Read entire article »

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NEHS Uniform Policy

Dear Parents/Guardians: To help you and your child prepare for the 2014-2015 school year, following is the mandatory uniform policy. Students must wear their uniforms on the first day of school Monday, September 8, 2014. Tops for Males and Females – Solid white, button down collar, oxford shirts, long or short sleeves ( golf/polo shirts are not permitted) – Northeast High School tie (purchased at Northeast School Store) – V- neck sweaters, vests, or cardigans (red or black with Northeast’ s logo) can be purchased at Flynn & O’Hara Uniform Center) Bottoms for Males and Females Males – Tan khaki pants (Cargo pants, work pants, “Skinny Leg” pants are unacceptable) – Pants must be secured at the waist preferably with a belt. Females – Tan khaki pants, skirts or skorts (spandex skirts or skirts with bows and ruffles are not permitted) – Skirts must be no shorter … Read entire article »

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School Mission Statement

School Mission Statement

Northeast High School seeks to empower students to embrace learning as a lifelong process. We strive to foster in our students a respect for all people regardless of race, ethnicity, class, gender, or sexual orientation, for this is the very essence of learning in a global community. We strive to prepare our students to be contributing members of our 21st century high-tech society. Our ultimate goal is for our students to become empathetic leaders within … Read entire article »

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