|About||Welcome to our Official Fan Page! For 70 years, Saint Hubert Catholic High School for Girls, in Northeast Philadelphia, has provided young women with a strong college-preparatory education. www.huberts.org "Once a Bambie ALWAYS a Bambie.."|
|Mission||St. Hubert High School is a Catholic secondary school for girls in the school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Drawing upon Catholic Christian values, faculty and staff, in partnership with family and community, provide numerous and varied opportunities for students to reach their full potential. Through excellence in teaching and learning, students develop their God-given gifts of body, mind, and spirit. As evidenced by their moral leadership, service to community, and respect for diversity, St. Hubert students become educated women of faith and integrity.|
Since opening our doors in 1941, St. Hubert Catholic High School’s stable enrollment has made it the largest Catholic girls’ high school in Philadelphia. St. Hubert draws students from over 50 elementary schools in surrounding neighborhoods and every section of Philadelphia, the suburbs of Bucks and Montgomery counties, and Southern New Jersey. At St. Hubert, each student is offered a college-preparatory, liberal arts education. Over 98% of our graduates pursue their education beyond St. Hubert and in recent years have received over $14 million in scholarships and grants to the colleges and universities of their choice.
St. Hubert students are offered a cutting-edge academic education with technology incorporated into every aspect of the curriculum. St. Hubert is a completely wireless campus with Internet access available in every room of the school.
The academic program at St. Hubert is tailored to meet each student’s individual needs. Eligible students can participate in the Diocesan Scholars Program or take a wide variety of Advanced Placement courses for college credit. St. Hubert also offers learning enrichment programs including math clinics, study skills, peer tutoring, and faculty mentoring.
St. Hubert has an extensive extracurricular program with over 30 activities from which students can choose. Students can participate in any of our long-standing activities such as the Student Council, National Honor Society, Tally-Ho (student newspaper), Echoings (literary/art magazine), Calling Echo (yearbook), Community Service Corps (CSC), the French, Spanish, or Italian Clubs, or the Athletic Association. Or, they can join one of St. Hubert’s newer clubs such as the Mock-Trial team, Model United Nations team, Respect for Life Club, Bambie Ambassadors, Multicultural Club, or Down to Earth Club (Environmental Club).
St. Hubert still offers one of the only full-symphonic orchestras in the Archdiocese. Students can also express their talents in the fine a