As a leader in educational excellence, in partnership with the community, Council Rock High School South is committed to students and will empower them with skills and knowledge through comprehensive, innovative, and diverse educational experiences, enabling them to achieve self-fulfillment and to become productive, responsible citizens who contribute to the world community.
- Black/African American: 2%
- White: 86%
- Hispanic: 3%
- Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
- Asian: 7%
- Two or more races: 1%
Council Rock High School South has a long history of providing students with extracurricular opportunities which help advance equity and cultural awareness within the school community.
Our umbrella organization for promotion is the We Are One Club, which meets weekly to discuss any issue connected to our students' ability to feel SAFE, VALUED, and HEARD at school. The combined student/staff group manages school bulletin boards, social media platforms, and community projects that meet the needs of underrepresented groups. The group also facilitates important, challenging conversations about respecting the dignity of all stakeholders. It often serves as a conduit between the student body at-large, the administration, and the broader community.
The South Special Education Department also fosters inclusivity by partnering with local organizations to ensure that our special needs students are afforded full participation in a wide array of clubs and activities. These include Athletes Helping Athletes; Autism Cares Foundation; Miracle League Foundation; Hopes and Dreams Foundation; Special Olympics of Bucks County; Camp PALS; and Cafe Down South. As a natural extension of the classroom, we celebrate the uniqueness of our students through these enriching afterschool offerings.