- The catchment/boundary area associated with your address (residence)
- The feeder pattern associated with the schools in each catchment/boundary area
Disclaimer: These Feeder Patterns and School Catchment area maps are intended to be a guide for parents and guardians to identify their child’s designated neighborhood school. Students are to enroll in the neighborhood school which serves the legal residence of the parent or legal guardian. Please do not make a decision to move or to purchase or rent a home or apartment based on these charts alone.
Catchment/boundary areas as well as feeder patterns are subject to change to reflect changing neighborhood demographics.
Citywide and Special Admission Schools
These maps display Citywide and Special Admission public schools, enrollment in these schools is not based on a neighborhood boundary. For additional information on special admit or city-wide schools, please reference the Office of Student Placement's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
These maps display Renaissance and Non-Renaissance charter schools. Renaissance charter schools operate as neighborhood schools and enroll children living within the neighborhood boundaries/catchment area. Non-Renaissance charter schools displayed on this map are not based on neighborhood boundary. Further information about charter schools may be obtained from the Charter School Office.
Please contact the local school identified on the map to ensure that the address of your residence meets the current catchment/boundary area requirements. If you have questions concerning school boundaries or student placement please call the School District of Philadelphia Call Center at 215-400-4000. If you are encountering technical issues with the School Finder website please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the Kensington High School Multiplex encompasses four neighborhood school options for students in the catchment: Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Kensington High School for Health Sciences Academy, Kensington High School for International Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship, and Kensington Urban Education Academy.