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The state’s highest court on Tuesday struck down as illegal a New York City edict to regulate pre-kindergarten programs operated […]

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Manhattan Charter School Takes Home 6 Trophies at All-Girls Chess Championship
PIX 11 / By Andrew Ramos
Originally published: 4.25.2018

From the great Kasparov to Bobby Fisher, the game of chess has long been dominated by men where, in terms of popularity, boys out number girls 20 to 1. But at Success Academy Hudson Yards in Manhattan, “queens” reign supreme. The charter school took home six trophies at the 15th Annual All-Girls Chess Championship in Chicago this past weekend.

Charter School Upsets Juggernaut Stuyvesant HS on Way to Chess Crown
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 4.23.2018

A Success Academy girls chess team upset perennial juggernaut Stuyvesant HS at a Chicago tournament over the weekend to claim its first national championship. The charter network also crowned its first ever individual national champion as Nura Baalla, a sixth-grader at Success’ Hudson Yards location, won the under-12 division.

Success Academy Scholars Dominate NYS’s 1st-Ever Girls Chess Championship
The Bronx Chronicle / By Michael Benjamin
Originally published: 4.16.2018

Success Academy students Emily Booncharoen and Pari Patni took home the top two spots for the K-6 championship division in New York State’s first ever Girls Chess Championship this past weekend. Their team, Success Academy Hudson Yards, placed first in the division.

School Pep Rally For Upcoming State Exam
Spectrum News NY1 / By TWC News Staff
Originally published: 4.6.2018

More than four thousand Success Academy students from 24 elementary schools across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx gathered at Barclays Center Friday morning to celebrate their hard work and achievements ahead of state exams.

Success Academy Students let Loose with State Exam Pep Rally
New 12 Brooklyn / By News 12 Brooklyn
Originally published: 4.6.2018

Over 4.000 Success Academy students from around New York City united at the Barclays Center for an unusual kind of pep rally. The rally was the sixth annual “Slam the Exam” event, in preparation for upcoming state exams.

Success Academy Charter School Sees Record Number of Kids Apply
NY Daily News / By Ben Chapman
Originally published: 4.4.2018

A record 17.700 city students applied for seats in Success Academy charter schools in 2018, school officials said Wednesday. That’s up from roughly 17.000 students who applied last year to attend classes in the charter school network.

Let a Great School Grow: Success Academy Deserves More Space in Harlem
Daily News / By Daily News Editorials
Originally published: 3.27.2018

The city Department of Education ought to be bending over backward to help the best charter schools find space in which to grow and thrive. Instead, the educrats too often do the opposite. Latest case in point: Success Academy Harlem West up on W. 114th St., which shares a building known as M088 with two district-run schools. At full size, if current space allocations don’t budge, Success Academy Harlem West will have 46% of the kids — and claim to just 27% of the rooms.

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How Success Academy Got Its First Seniors to College
Wall Street Journal / By Leslie Brody
Originally published: 3.22.2018

All 17 seniors in the first graduating class of the city’s largest charter network, Success Academy, have gotten into four-year colleges, including Boston College, Emory University and Tufts University. They all started together in 2006, when the network opened its first elementary school in Harlem. In addition to their own ambition, they faced pressure to excel as a proof point for a charter network that has ardent fans and fierce detractors.

De Blasio’s Discrimination Against Charter School Kids
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 3.20.2018

Three schools share the Wadleigh Secondary School building in Harlem. Two have declining enrollment — the usual result when families in a neighborhood realize a school just isn’t that good. By contrast, families love the third school, Success Academy Harlem West, where kids post great test scores. The city is taking three classrooms from the shrinking schools — and giving the space to a fourth institution rather than to SA Harlem West. Success notes that the DOE plan will force it to squeeze 14 more kids into each of its classrooms than the average for one of the two other schools. Team de Blasio is stonewalling Success space requests not just in Harlem, but all across the city.

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