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  • Welcome Message


    “It is such an honor to serve the New Hope-Solebury community. I spent so much of my childhood and young adult years in New Hope benefitting from the rich diversity and inclusiveness for which this community is known. In my role as assistant principal, I’m eager to give back to the community that helped shape who I am today. My goal is to ensure that every student in New Hope-Solebury Middle School and High School realizes their potential, contributes positively to their school and community, and learns the skills necessary to engage the world in a productive and substantive way.” 


    About Mr. Barth

    Anthony Barth began his career teaching English at St. Hubert’s Catholic High School for Girls in Northeast Philadelphia. After two years, he secured a teaching position at Pennsbury High School East where he served in various leadership roles throughout his sixteen-year tenure in the English Department. Most recently, he served as the English Department Chair. Throughout his time at Pennsbury, Mr. Barth was instrumental in developing an ELA curriculum that reflected and celebrated diverse voices from across the globe. He also dedicated much of his time to supporting equity and social-emotional learning initiatives. 

    Mr. Barth completed his undergraduate work at Penn State. He then earned master’s degrees in Education and English at Cabrini College and Arcadia University, respectively. In 2020 he completed his principal’s certification at Delaware Valley University, where he hopes to continue his educational journey by pursuing his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership.

    In his free time, Mr. Barth enjoys spending time with his husband and their two fur babies, vacationing in Cape Cod, celebrating with family and friends, and watching way too much reality TV.

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    Mr. Anthony Barth