Our Students

Constructing the path of tomorrow today.

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Success is subjective.

At New Foundations, our students learn the life skills they’ll need to make knowledgeable choices, while creating their own paths.

In response to encouraging kids to be confident and socially oriented citizens, a team of teachers, staff, and parents developed the NFCS Graduate Profile which articulates the competencies and skills all New Foundations students must learn during their time with us. 

Our students are leading tomorrow today. It is our responsibility as educators and mentors to help our students build sturdy foundations of academic understanding, social awareness, and emotional well-being.

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Information & Resources

Student Daily Health Screening Tool 
Students should use this tool to assess whether or not they should attend school EACH DAY.

All paperwork should be turned into the Nursing Office by December 15, 2021. If you are having issues obtaining these papers from your Family Doctor please contact the Nursing Office so we can assist you.


K-8: New Students
Physical Examination Form
Dental Examination Form

High School: All Students
Physical Examination Form

3rd Grade: All Students
Dental Examination Form

6th Grade: All Students
Physical Examination Form
Dental Examination Form

9th Grade: All Students
Physical Examination Form

Students with Health Conditions: Asthma
Asthma Action Plan
Self-Administration Contract: Inhaler
Med#1 Form

Students with Health Conditions: Allergies
Self-Administration Contract: EPI Pen
Med#1 Form

Students with Health Conditions: Diabetes
Diabetes Action Plan
Med#1 Form

Students with Health Conditions: Seizures
Seizure Action Plan
Med#1 Form 

Health History & Medication Consent
Health History & Medication Consent Form

All new New Foundations Charter School Uniforms can be purchased at DiGulios on Frankford Ave.

Gently used uniform pieces are available from our "Uniform Closet" for a deep discount. Please contact the corresponding building's Administrative Assistant for more information. All students are encouraged to donate any gently used uniform pieces they no longer wear to our “uniform closet” to support other families.

Please note the following updates to our uniform policy for the 2021-22 school year:


  • Kindergartners are encouraged to wear their gym uniform everyday. While they may wear their school uniform (polo shirt with khaki bottoms), it is preferred that they wear their gym uniforms daily.

High School

  • Ties are optional 
  • Students may wear any solid colored belt without any designs or ornaments 

High School Teachers will provide supply lists specific to their courses at the start of the semester.

It is recommended for all students to bring a copybook, binder, folder, loose leaf paper and pens/pencils with them on the first day of school.

Meal Pickup During Remote Learning
Pre-packaged breakfast and lunch will be offered for takeaway on Tuesdays and Fridays from 12-4pm at the High School Gym beginning on Tuesday, September 8th. This service will be offered through Maschio's, the same company that provides our food service on campus during the school year.

Meal cost will be based on free or reduced lunch status. Families who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch can purchase meals at full price. A student ID card or ID number, which can be found next to the student’s name in PowerSchool, is required to pick up meals. Parents and/or students are able to pick up meals for a few days, or for the entire week for every New Foundations child in their household. Families are also able to pick up meals for other families, as long as they can provide those student(s)'s ID numbers. Please remember to wear a mask and maintain social distance when on campus.

For those families who will need to provide payment, payments will be accepted on-site or online at scholarconnect.com. For questions regarding student food balances, please contact Amy O'Neill for K-8 at aoneill@newfoundations.org and Geri Allmond for HS at gallmond@newfoundations.org.

K-8 Menu
High School Menu

Adding Money to your Meal Account
To add money to your meal account log into your ScholarConnect account and click on Add Meals Funds.

Food Allergy Information
Here at New Foundations Charter School we strive for the safest environment for all students. In order to do that we must strictly adhere to being a PEANUT/NUT FREE SCHOOL. No student or staff member in grades K-12 should ever bring peanuts/nuts or peanut/nut containing items into either school building. Learn more about Maschio's dietary needs information.

Free & Reduced Priced Meals
New Foundations participates in the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program, administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Division of Food & Nutrition. Depending on your family income, students may be entitled to free or reduced priced school meals. We encourage all families to apply. To apply, please complete the PA Free & Reduced Lunch Application (Instructions) and return it to Mrs. Amy O'Neill at aoneill@newfoundations.org.

Alumni Transcript Requests
Email Ms. Allmond at gallmond@newfoundations.org. Please include your Full Name, Graduation Year, and Complete Address and/or Fax Number of where to send transcripts.

K-12 Transcript Requests
Email your assigned counselor for more information on how to request your transcript.

Post-Secondary Success

Everyone's path is unique.

Preparing futures with confidence and authenticity.

Joseph Nugent

Class of 2019

Nicodemous Madhedou

Class of 2016

Cary Porter

Class of 2018

Grey class shirt that says Class of 2021

School Spirit

Dress To Impress.


gear up

Authentic Representation

Bringing the NFCS mission to life.

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In The Classroom

Demonstrating a passion for lifelong learning.

 Senior female student smiling with 3 young female students
Through Relationships

Treating others with care, respect, and kindness.

 Young male student smiling and holding sign that says every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day
Through Service

Working to build a better world for us all.

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Through Experience

Engaging in opportunities which build character.