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Dress Code Infographic

The Dress Code at City Charter High School is professional.  Dress code begins at the front door.  Students must arrive and depart in the appropriate attire.
Please review City High's Do's and Don't check list!

February 22, 2021 Updated Trimester 2 Hybrid Checklist for Seniors

During Trimester 2, City High Seniors will attend class in person 4 days per week on Tuesday through Friday. Mondays will be an independent work day for students.

ESL Dress Code Male - ARABIC

ESL Parent Portal Login Instructions ARABIC

ESL Student Orientation Handbook SPANISH

Parent Teacher Conference Letter and Form-2-1-2021

Parent Teacher Conference Letter and Form-2-1-2021

February 1, 2021

Parent/Teachar Conference Day

Dear City High Families,

As we approach the middle of the second trimester, it's time for parent-teacher conferences!

Monday, February 15, 2021, is our Parent/Teacher Conference Day for parents and guardians, which will be held virtually. Families will be able to choose a video or phone conference. We are looking forward to talking with you about the progress and gains we have seen in your child(s), as well as talking about how virtual learning is going. [more]

Staff Calendar 2020-2021

Staff Calendar 2020-2021

Download a copy of City High's newest Staff Academic Calendar!
Student Calendar 2020-2021

Student Calendar 2020-2021

Download a copy of City High's newest Student Academic Calendar!

PDE032 Medical Plan of Care for School Food Service

Children with Disabilities and Special Dietary Needs
Revised July 2017 1 Schools participating in a federal school meal program (National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, Special Milk Program, and Afterschool Snack Program) are required to make reasonable accommodations for children who are unable to eat the school meals because of a disability that restricts the diet.

And Justice for All USDA

 

 

 AND JUSTICE FOR ALL 

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, 

color, national origin, sex, age, disability, and reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) 

Program information may be made available in languages other than English. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, and American Sign Language) should contact the responsible State or local Agency that administers the program or USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY) or contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339

 

Health Index Scorecard & Top Priority Actions

Frequently Asked Questions

City Charter High School's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's):

  • ACADEMICS
  • COLLEGE & CAREER PLANNING
  • STUDENT LIFE
  • ACTIVITIES
  • HEALTH & SAFETY
  • ADMISSIONS

ACADEMICS
Q: What academic supports are in place at City High?
A: Most classes at City High are team-taught and embed Teaching Associates and Learning Support in the classroom. Every student also has their own Academic Advisor to provide personalized support for each student and family.

Q: How are students with learning support educated at City High?
A: City High is a full-inclusion high school.  All students with IEPs will have dedicated case managers, and learning support teachers team-teach classes.

Q: What if I apply and my child has an IEP?
A: Once your student is enrolled in City High, our Director of Special Education will reach out to you to begin the process of implementing your student’s IEP. The extent of special education services and the location of delivery of such services are determined by the parents and staff at the IEP meeting and is based on the student’s identified needs and abilities, chronological age, and the intensity of the specific intervention. City Charter High School provides a continuum of services as appropriate...
Dress Code 2020-2021

Dress Code 2020-2021

A Dress Code update/reminder will be sent home with every trimester report card mailing.
This update/reminder is an addition to the Dress Code information that is already in the Student Handbook.

The City Charter High School dress code begins at the front door. Students must arrive and depart in the appropriate attire. The changing of clothes in the lobby, stairwell, elevators and in the school restrooms is prohibited and is a violation of the Code of Conduct. However, students may change shoes at their locker. The Dress Code at City Charter High School is professional. It also applies to haircuts, hair coloring, hair pieces, make-up, jewelry, accessories, visible tattoos and facial piercings. The Dress Code excludes attire that has any type of logo, text, political statement or branding. This restriction applies to buttons, pins or any other type of jewelry, clothing or paraphernalia. The Dress Code applies at all school related activities and remains in effect when students participate in field experiences, Internships, college visits, classes at partner institutions and programs/activities incorporated into the school schedule. The Dress Code only changes on days when students participate in special field trips that require ‘dress down’ attire. Examples of these trips are Laurel Caverns, Camp Kon-O-Kwee and Ohio Pyle.
Accreditation for Growth

Accreditation for Growth

A Self-Study for Accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools City Charter High School Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools is a non-governmental, nonprofit, peer-administered organization of diverse educational institutions committed to ensuring that students in accredited schools are receiving the highest quality education. Additionally, the Association seeks to ensure that accredited schools are engaged in continuous improvement efforts through effective leadership, a comprehensive program of self-study, evaluation by peer educators external to the school, meeting the requirements for accreditation, exemplary programs, and supportive services. For more than 125 years, the Association has provided leadership

in educational quality and school improvement for its member schools in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and in schools in Europe, the Middle East, the subcontinent of Asia, and Africa.

The school selected the Accreditation for Growth (AFG) self-study and accreditation protocol. AFG outlines a unique accreditation process that uses strategic and site-based planning as vehicles for school improvement and growth in student performance. The protocol, developed by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, also provides linkages between school improvement efforts at the school and system levels.

The primary determinants of progress within the protocol are the actual results the school obtains in student performance rather than the quality of the school’s programs and resources. AFG requires the school to focus its mission and  improvement objectiveson its vision of a preferred future for its students; therefore, it is a future-oriented process. AFG also requires the school to conduct continuous reviews of its programs and services and allows diverse constituent groups to participate in charting the future of the school.