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Constitution High School
Brianna Robb, Principal

Welcome to Constitution High!


Main Office Zoom Link 8am-3pm daily


Please note schools are closed for the week of March 29-April 2. Virtual classes will resume on Monday April 5. 


Term 3 ended on March 24. Virtual conferences will be held from 12:15- 3:04 on Thursday April 8 and Friday April 9.

Steppers and a video outlining how to view Term 3 report cards linked below:

Viewing Report Cards in Campus Parent Stepper

Translations Available 

Viewing Report Cards in the Student Portal Stepper

Video for Accessing Backpack in the Student Portal




Constitution High School Back to School Information and Contacts

Please CLICK HERE to update your contact information (address, phone or email)

Please click ConstitutionBackToSchool (1) to access a PDF with links to most requested school resources.

Please click CHSStaffList-2020-2021 to download a PDF with all staff email contacts.


Our Mission and Vision

Constitution High School is a unique, small, college preparatory, city-wide admission school located in the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District. It is the only Law, Democracy, and History themed high school in the School District of Philadelphia. Constitution High School benefits from a unique partnership with the National Constitution Center and Ballard Spahr LLP, one of the nation’s largest and most diverse law firms. These organizations assist our students through research seminars, job shadowing, mentoring, internships, scholarships and other supports.

Our school is dedicated to empowering students through active citizenship, starting with a robust student government who help determine school norms and help students learn about representational democracy. We offer several AP and dual-enrollment courses, and each year students can engage in historical research, writing, and design through the National History Day project. We also offer a range of athletic and extracurricular opportunities. Through our unique approach, we hope to develop the next generation of engaged citizens and leaders in government, public policy, and law.

Students showcase our school at the High School Fair.

Students showcase our school at the High School Fair














Student, parent, and community feedback on what to add to our school website welcome at mthompson@philasd.org