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Philadelphia School Closures List

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You can find the full list of closures and those schools that will remain open below, following Thursday night's SRC vote.

Schools to remain open:

 - TM Pierce Elementary School

 - Robeson High School

 - Roosevelt Middle School

 - Taylor Elementary School


Schools to close:

Elementary schools (12):

 - Fairhill

 - Joseph C. Ferguson

 - Robert Fulton

 - Leslie P. Hill

 - Joseph Leidy

 - John L. Kinsey

 - Anna B. Pratt

 - General John F. Reynolds

 - Walter G. Smith

 - George Washington

 - John G. Whittier

 - Alexander Wilson

 

Middle Schools (3):

 - George Pepper

 - Anna H. Shaw

 - Sheridan West Academy

 

High Schools (8):

 - Edward Bok Technical

 - Charles Carroll

 - Communications Technology

 - Stephen A. Douglas

 - Germantown

 - Robert E. Lamberton

 - University City

 - Roberts Vaux 

The SRC says the following recommendations will take effect at the start of the 2013-14 school year:

 - The Philadelphia Military Academies will merge as one high school at the Elverson building, 2118 N. 213th STreet

 - Parkway Northwest High School will relocate to teh Leeds Middle School facility

 - Motivation high School will relocate to Turner Middle School, 5900 Baltimore Ave.

 - Abigail Vare Elementary will be relocated to the George Washington Elementary School building

 - The Carnell Middle Years Annex at Fels will close

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