When City High moved to its new home in the historical Bell Telephone Building in 2012 it only seemed fitting to go “old school” when providing their students with fresh made and affordable choices. Rick Wertheimer, one of City High’s … Read more »
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The historical 12-story “Modern Movement” building now Co-Exists as a luxury Apartment and a High School immersed in the downtown professional world. Purchased from the Equitable Life Assurance Society, 201 Stanwix Street would become the home of the The Bell … Read more »
City High is proud to share their alumni success paths and stories with the incoming class, prospective parents and the community, which is an integral part of City Charter High School.
YouCAN is premised on one simple truth: Everyone can be a leader. YouCAN is a part-time program for emerging education advocates and community leaders who are committed to improving education in their communities. During the program, each participant will develop, … Read more »
2017 Junior class picture—Teachers and students journey through all four years together graduating as a team A four-year loop not only allows teachers to learn and identify their students’ comprehension styles, it also creates a bond of care and … Read more »
City High’s Jessie Foley gets opportunity of a lifetime — works with emerging technology at the Carnegie Mellon Electrical and Computer Engineering research lab.
Jessie Foley with mentor Dr. Brandon Lucia. Dr. Lucia won the 2015 Bell Labs Prize for his work to make intermittent computer systems operate reliably while using only the tiny amounts of energy that they can “harvest” from their environment, … Read more »
Imagine being 16 and already making a difference in the world. That’s the story of Devaun Herzog. As a City High Junior, Devaun explored a dual internship at the Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and 3E Now, a … Read more »
City High student DeAzia Edmonson learns she has what it takes to do the job at Women’s Center & Shelter.
In a word – “patience”! According to Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, Children’s Advocate II, Anita Hammond, “It takes patience to work with our clients. When you have children who have been exposed to domestic violence, you’re going … Read more »
Pennsylvania releases public schools’ report card—City Charter High School scoring 89.9 out of 100. This is the highest score in the Pittsburgh Public School District and 8th highest in all High Schools across Allegheny County!
City High graphic: Top high school Performance Profile scores in Allegheny County October 14, 2016 | Molly Born, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Made public Thursday, this year’s School Performance Profile includes for the first time the scores from the new Pennsylvania System … Read more »