A. Philip Randolph Career And Technical High School 9-12

Principal
Mr. Darryl Overton

3101 Henry Ave.
Philadelphia PA 19129
Phone: 215-227-4407

Excellence is the only option.

A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School

Message from the Principal

 On behalf of the administration of A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School, I would like to welcome you to our website.  

At A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School,our vision statement reads, "Excellence is the only option." It is this vision that governs our academic and vocational programs and our sports and extracurricular activities.


Our academic programs combine rigorous classroom instruction with an emphasis on career and college readiness.  Students have opportunities to take college level course at both Philadelphia University and the Philadelphia Community College.

Our vocational programs and the outcomes associated with those programs are exceptional. Our NOCTI scores are the best in the city, and an exceptional number of our students are already working in their field through year-long and summer internship opportunities.

The combination of our rigorous academic programs and our unrivaled career pathways equip all students to pursue post-secondary school education. apprenticeships, and/or productive employment upon graduation.

At Randolph we are committed to implementing 21st technology, equipment, and innovations so that Randolph students can complete in a global economy. Randolph also partners with families, business, universities, and its constituent community to provide the resources necessary to meet the needs of all students.

If you would like additional information, please contact Mr. Overton at 215.227.4407 or 
doverton@philasd.org

 

 

For a full listing of all the programs that Our Brochure at Randolph Career and Technical High School offers, check out  or click on the "CTE Areas" tab on the left.

 

News & Announcements

 

Mayor Connects Students with Rebuild Initiative 

 

NEWSLETTERS 

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Randolph Promotional Video - 2016

 

 Randolph Career & Technical High School Promotional Video 

May 24, 2016 - ABC Action News

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathamatics 

  May 2016  - PHILLY.COM - 

Nascar Drivers Visit Philly to Prep for Pocono Race 

Building Women's Skills - Plan Philly, October 2016 

Here's What it looks like when 200 Students Rehab Eight Homes... - Philly Mag, October 2015 

A High School Where College is not the Goal  - The Atlantic, September 2015

 

 

Financial Aid Information for Seniors -See below for details:

 Click here for information on District Wide Title 1 Parent Trainings

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/ 

 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. 

 

 

 

 

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