Murrell Dobbins CTE High School
2150 W. Lehigh Ave
Preparing students for an evolving global marketplace through rigorous academic, career and technical instruction.
Welcome to Dobbins!
Welcome to Dobbins!
Biology Keystone Exam Review
Do you want to make sure you are ready for the Biology Keystone Exam? Mrs. Peagler has updated her wiki page with:
Tomorrow is the last day for the after school Keystone Exam Biology review. To get your last minute review complete, head over to http://biology401.wikispaces.com.
Student Work on Display
The School District of Philadelphia is currently displaying student artwork at the main building at 440 North Broad Street. Dobbins is represented by the work of 11 of our students and Dayonna Pryor received an Award for Excellence.
Congratulations are in order for:
If you are down there in the next couple months, our students' work is on the second floor on the south side of the atrium.
Message from the Principal
Welcome to the Dobbins Career and Technical Education (CTE) High School website. In our efforts to maintain high standards of excellence, we rely on the support of students, parents, alumni and the community at large. Excellence is at the forefront of all that we do.
At Dobbins CTE HS, we seek daily to carry out the mission of our school, which is to prepare our students for an evolving global marketplace through rigorous CTE instruction. As further indicated by the mission statement, through a student-centered approach, we will continue to provide challenging academic and CTE courses that will enable our students to continue their education beyond high school as well, go directly enter the workforce; whichever they choose! Because we educate students of varying abilities and backgrounds, and we believe all students can learn and reach high levels of achievement. Thus we strive to create a climate of success for all students and endeavor to provide numerous safety nets as we stretch our students to achieve excellence. We further believe that all students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the community at large must join in assuming responsibility for students' success.
May 2013 - Download
16: Keystone Exams (Literacy)
16: 9th Grade Roundball Game
17, 20: Keystone Exams (Biology)
21: Election Day - No Classes for Students
22: Staff vs. Student Basketball Game
24: Senior Prom
27: Memorial Day - School Closed
30: Fashion Show
31: Upperclass Picnic
4: Freshman Skating Party
6: Upper Class Awards and Move-Up Day
6: Top Seniors Banquet
14: Senior Breakfast
19: Dobbins 2013 Graduation
21: Last Day of School for Students