Jules E. Mastbaum Area Vocational Technical School

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Jules E. Mastbaum Area Vocational Technical School
Address
3116 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134
United States
Information
Type Public high school
School district The School District of Philadelphia
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 592 (2014-15)[1]
Average SAT scores (2014) 1014
Website

The Jules E. Mastbaum Area Vocational/Technical School (commonly referred to as the Jules Mastbaum Area Vocational High School) is a public high school in Kensington, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[2] It is a part of the School District of Philadelphia and serves grades 9-12. It was named after Jules Ephraim Mastbaum (born July 6, 1872).[3]

In 1982 the basketball team members were short compared to those of other high schools. That year, the tallest player was 6 feet and three inches.[4]

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  1. ^ "Mastbaum Jules E AVTS". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 11, 2017.
  2. ^ Lawlor, Frank. "Pride Inspiring Panthers To Give All They've Got Mastbaum Emerges From "The Old Cemo" To The Big Game." Philadelphia Inquirer. December 5, 1992. Retrieved on July 22, 2013. "He has taught at Jules Mastbaum Technical School in Kensington for 20 years, has lived nearby all his life. He knew Franklin Playground as "the Old Cemo" and[...]"
  3. ^ "Our Origins." (Archive) Jules Mastbaum Vocational/Technical School. Retrieved on July 21, 2013.
  4. ^ McKee, Don. "HIGH SCHOOLS MASTBAUM PREVAILS OVER TALLER FRANKFORD, 76-72." Philadelphia Inquirer. February 26, 1982. C10 Sports. Retrieved on July 21, 2013. "If Mastbaum High's basketball team finds its well-publicized lack of height is a handicap, then the Panthers compensate for their sole deficiency very well. It has been a matter of faith in basketball circles in the last decade that small teams can't win city championships, but Mastbaum - with no starter taller than 6 feet, 3 inches - is bent on dissolving that belief. The Panthers defeated neighboring Frankford,[...]"

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Coordinates: 39°59′33″N 75°06′44″W / 39.99246°N 75.11215°W / 39.99246; -75.11215