SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage Program Moving to South Philadelphia High School

“Dear Participants, Parents, and Supporters of SEAMAAC:

It is with a mixture of sadness and excitement that I write to inform you that after eight years at the Academy at Palumbo, SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage Program will be moving to a new location at the end of August 2018. Our new location will be at South Philadelphia High School, located conveniently at the corner of Broad Street and Snyder Avenue. Our new location will be easily accessible by SEPTA Subway (Snyder Ave. Station) and SEPTA buses #4 and #79,
SEAMAAC is thrilled to be partnering with South Philadelphia High School which is located within a safe and vibrant neighborhood with a bustling business corridor with hundreds of shops and restaurants. South Philadelphia High School is also a designated Community School which offers the highest level of academic excellence as well as many arts, cultural and educational enrichment programs.
SEAMAAC will continue to offer afterschool programs in deejaying, breakdancing, choreography, graphic art/graffiti mural, silk screening, photography and music and video production. If you are interested in your child continuing to be enrolled with SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage Program, please contact us immediately. Although program slots for South Philadelphia HS students is unlimited, students from other high schools will be limited to less than 20.
SEAMAAC will resume operation on September 3, 2018, in the new location. If you have any questions about enrollment please contact us via phone at 215.467.0690 or events@seamaac.org.
We look forward to seeing you at our new location.
Sincerely,
Thoai Nguyen
CEO”

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