A. Philip Randolph Career And Technical High School 9-12
3101 Henry Ave.
A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School
Message from the Principal
On behalf of the administration of A. Philip Randolph Career Academy, I would like to welcome you to our new website.
Our primary focus and purpose is to teach students how to learn, and to foster in each child, the desire for lifelong learning. We provide a practical education; combining rigorous academics with unrivaled career pathways, while offering courses that equip our students to pursue post-secondary education , apprenticeships and immediate productive employment upon graduation.
At Randolph, we strive to provide a learning environment that responds to current emerging and changing global workforce needs. We are committed to examining and implementing innovations in education, athletics and extra curricular activities that promote success in our students’ lives. The partnership of Randolph with family, businesses, universities and its constituent community provides resources to meet the needs of all students.
If I or any member of the Randolph administration can be of further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact the office at 215-227-4407.
For a full listing of all the programs Randolph Career Academy offers, check out OUR BROCHURE.
Click here for information on District Wide Title 1 Parent Trainings
News From Our Culinary Arts Program
Nicholas Devers a culinary arts senior, won 1st Place in the American Cancer Institute of Research's healthy plate competition. Nick's dish, will now represent Philadelphia in the national competition and a chance for $10,000 in scholarship money.
Financial Aid Information for Seniors - Deadline for FAFSA form is FEBRUARY 15. See below for details:
It is time for seniors to apply for financial aid. Unless your son/daughter is considered an independent student, your social security number and tax return information is needed in order for your son/daughter to complete the application. Please, go to the following link for more information about dependency status: https://studentaid.ed.gov/fafsa/filling-out/dependency
The financial aid application is what will determine how much money he/she will receive to use toward college tuition. The completion of the financial aid application is necessary even if your son/daughter decides to go to a two year college or a technical school. Please, visit the link bellow for more information and to start the financial aid application. Federal Student Aid website: https://fafsa.ed.gov/
FAFSA Completion Workshops (FREE)
In addition, scholarship links for students can be found under the "student resources" section of this page. Different deadlines apply to each so please have your senior look at them! There are finances to be distributed for a wide variety of categories.