ONE CHILD AT A TIME—The City School is a Pre-K to Grade 12 Christian school in the heart of Philadelphia. We believe an excellent education should be accessible for families in the city.

Our Campuses

We are a family of families—one school with four unique campuses. We serve over 315 students from Philadelphia, the greater Delaware valley, and around the world. Because who you learn with matters, we are committed to education that crosses socio-economic and cultural boundaries to grow student leaders who will seek the wholeness and prosperity of the city. Our family is beautiful, diverse, and joyful. Explore our four campuses and envision your place in our family.

For the past 11 years, 100% of our graduating seniors have been accepted to a college of their choice.

News

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Today J. Justin and Gwen Ragsdale of the Lest We Forget Museum of Slavery presented at our Walnut Street campus. Their presentation covered not only the..

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Timeline Photos

Fifth grade is celebrating Groundhog Day with their own little holiday: Pajama Day! Here they are sipping hot cocoa after recess. Cheers! P.S. Don’t worry,..

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Timeline Photos

Today our middle school scientists are testing fruit-powered batteries with our friends at FirstHand.

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When in Need awards educational financial grants to 4 Philadelphia Schools

The When In Need Foundation “provides grants for students and young professionals to continue their education and career.” This year they gave a $1,000..

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Athletics

Student athletes learn sportsmanship, teamwork, practice and patience, discipline, perseverance, and a desire to do their best to the glory of God. Visit our Athletics pages for schedules and score updates. Go Lions!

Middle School

"When something is hard, my teachers help me understand. When I’m feeling sad, my teachers pray with me. When I do a good job, my teachers get just as excited as I am. I love my teachers. And they love me."