Roman Catholic High School moving to all-virtual learning until April due to COVID-19 cases

Roman Catholic High School is moving to all-virtual learning until the beginning of April due to positive COVID-19 cases.

According to officials, two additional people tested positive for COVID-19. Both individuals were last on campus on Friday, March 12. Transmission circumstances surrounding these two cases were unrelated.

In a letter to parents and students, the school said after reviewing the school’s recent case count, the Philadelphia Health Department determined that Roman Catholic High School must cease in-person instruction and in-person student athletics/activities through Tuesday, March 30.

Since the required closure aligns with their scheduled Easter break, they will be following an all-virtual learning model during this time and will return to hybrid instruction on Tuesday, April 6, which is a "B" day. 



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