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Northeast High School is easily accessed by SEPTA bus routes 19, 59, 67, 70, and 77.
These routes connect with several other routes in the area such as 1, 14, 18, 19, 20, 24, 58, and the Fox Chase Regional Rail line at Ryers station.
11.2% with disabilities and 3.5% of the students are mentally gifted.
91.3% are economically disadvantaged (students of a household that meets the income eligibility guidelines for free or reduced-price meals), as evaluated by the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program SBP).
Northeast High School has many sports teams, all of which are known as The Vikings.
The girls' field hockey team has won the Public League Championship the last four out of five years, last being in 2011.
Some of the best known alumni include Herb Adderley (hall of fame football player), Eddie Stanky (major league baseball player and manager), Guy Rodgers (hall of fame basketball player), Carlos Mina from Buenos Aires, Argentina (hall of fame soccer player) and Sonny Hill (organizer of Philadelphia summer basketball leagues).
It was also the setting for Frederick Wiseman's documentary on high schools in the 1960s titled, simply, High School.
Every Thanksgiving the two schools football teams square off against one another.
As of 2011, the record of wins and loses for Northeast High School is 55-51.
Some classes struggle to maintain a maximum of 33 students, as the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) contract requires.
As of 2016 the student body speaks about 60 languages; about half of the students were English as a second language learners at some point, and about 20% are enrolled in the school's English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program.