Naz by the Numbers

1928 founded by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth

56% of graduating seniors took at least one AP exam

41 clubs & activities

28% of students receive financial aid to NAHS

23.5% of faculty/staff are alumnae

21.4 million in college scholarship/grants awarded to the Class of 2016

19 honors courses offered

17 students completed 10 different Holy Family University dual enrollment courses during the 2016-17 academic year

12 AP courses offered

12 athletic teams

9:1 student/faculty ratio

8 performing arts groups

8 students completed 6 different Holy Family University dual enrollment courses during the 2016-17 academic year

8 students are currently enrolled in 8 different Holy Family University dual enrollment courses in the 2017-18 academic year

5 foreign languages offered

4 international students

1 family

Please click here to view the universities/colleges our 2016 graduates are attending, and click here to view a brief overview of Naz!

Denise LePera
President
215.637.7676

Sister Rita Fanning, CSFN
Principal
215.637.7676

Patricia Quinn
Vice Principal
215.268.1056

Diane Budd
Dean of Students
215.637.7676 ext. 1143 

Nazareth Academy High School

  • 4001 Grant Avenue
  • Philadelphia, PA 19114
  • T: 215.637.7676
  • F: 215.637.8523

About Naz

"Embracing Faith, Family, and Education"

Admissions

"Naz because...it's where you belong."  How will you finish the sentence, "Naz because..."?

Academics

Our student to faculty ratio of 9:1 allows our teachers to interact with students 1-on-1, providing constant help and support.

Campus Life

Our activities provide a diverse set of opportunities for spiritual, social, physical, and intellectual growth for the students.

Athletics

Learning about commitment, dedication, hard work, discipline, and teamwork not only helps on the field, but in the classroom as well.

Fine Arts

The Fine Arts at Naz allow students to release their creativity, whether it be through song and dance or a piece of fine art.

Giving to Naz

We are called to give to "Nazareth" - not the building, but to “Nazareth” the home...our home.

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