Our visual identity reflects our story and conveys the unique voice that can only be the School District of Philadelphia. Our design elements provide a powerful set of tools to set the stage for compelling storytelling, and making the connection to who we are and what we believe. By using these elements consistently, we can assure recognition across all our audiences. These key components of our logo, color palette, and font should always be used consistently to preserve and reinforce our identity.
In accordance with Federal law, and consistent with our efforts to provide all of our community, students and families with the information they need in a format they can use, we comply with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) regulations in our communications both in print and online. These standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities, and affects everything from the colors we’ve selected in our palette to the size and type of font we use, here at the District. We are legally required and morally bound to maintain these standards.
We’re provided resources and checklists to help ensure you can easily uphold these regulations.