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Community Academy of Philadelphia (CAP) a Pennsylvania Charter School is an independent public school.  Our school is accredited PK-12 by the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools.
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Recent News

Phillies

CAP Day at the Phillies

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming school-wide event, CAP Day at The Phillies, taking place on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at Citizens Bank Park for the Phillies game against the Cardinals. CAP will be recognized as a group by the Phillies, there is also a giveaway for children 14 and under to win a ride on the London Bus Tour the following weekend. We ask all faculty and staff to wear their CAP gear to the game and for you to ask your family and friends to wear blue. This event is a wonderful opportunity for students, faculty, and parents to come together as a community to celebrate our school spirit and engage in a day of fun at the ballpark.
Meeting

Spring Parent Meeting

Please join us next Wednesday, May 29th at 12pm for our Spring Parent Meeting via Zoom!
High School

CAP is Proud to be a Leader in the Charter School Movement and Innovation.

CAP is not just a school; it's a vibrant community where students
are encouraged to explore their potential and achieve their personal
best. Our multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and inclusive environment
fosters camaraderie and cooperation. With the Middle States
Accreditation and a legacy of excellence spanning 45 years, we
continue to push the boundaries of education.

Click here to read the article in The Philadelphia Inquirer
North Carolina Outward Bound

North Carolina Outward Bound School

Students in 9th-11th grade who might be interested in attending the North Carolina Outward Bound School on scholarship this summer are encouraged to apply. Please CLICK HERE to watch a short video showing what to expect while on course. Stay tuned for an announcement of when and where our first informational meeting will take place.
CHIP

Healthy Kids (CHIP)

Thousands of Pennsylvania kids under 19 could lose their CHIP health plan coverage if they fail to renew their eligibility now that the public health emergency has ended.

At A Glance

  • 95%
    Graduation Rate
  • 10
    AP Classes
  • 2
    Envirothon Team wins
  • 2
    Engineering Students have participated in the MESA Competition hosted at Temple University
  • Recipient of @CollegeBoard's 2022 Female Diversity Award for AP Computer Science Principles.
  • 13
    PAAthletic Teams
  • 69
    Alumni with students at CAP
  • 94.25%
    Attendance Rate
  • 3 million
    Scholarships awarded to 2023 Graduates
  • 65
    Clubs and activities on campus
  • 51
    Students completed dual enrollment
  • 81%
    of CAP teachers have master's degrees or higher