Refusing to Use City’s Empty Seats for a Success Middle School, Mayor de Blasio Sparks Parent Ire as He Proceeds to Abandon 200 Children of Color in Southeast Queens
Success Academy and the Department of Education Agree on Blueprint for Improving Special Education Process
SUCCESS ACADEMY AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AGREE ON BLUEPRINT FOR IMPROVING SPECIAL EDUCATION PROCESS
Success Academy Reduces Proficiency Gap for NYC’s Most Vulnerable Students
Success Academy Flatbush First School to Post 100% of Scholars Passing Both Math and ELA
New York, NY — With tassels moved from right to left and caps tossed high, Success Academy’s second graduating class exalted in their achievement this afternoon at the John L. Tishman Auditorium of The New School. The Class of 2023, so-named for their anticipated college graduation date, is the second cohort of scholars to graduate from New York City’s top-performing public charter school network.
Success Academy Harlem East Concert Band Earns Top Distinction at New York State Music Association Majors
New York, NY — The Success Academy Harlem East Concert Band earned the highest distinction at the NYSSMA Major Organization Festival at Lehman College, a statewide adjudication that hundreds of large ensemble programs (concert bands, jazz bands, orchestras, and choirs) participate in every year.
Three Success Academy Chess Teams Tie for First in the Nation at the National Elementary Championships
Success Academy Bronx 1 Middle School, Harlem East Middle School, and Hudson Yards Middle School chess teams tie for first in K-6 Under 1400 Section.
Today, Success Academy released its 3-year sequence of middle school U.S. History curriculum on the Success Academy Education Institute, making these resources available for free for superintendents, principals, teachers, and school districts across the country.
Success Academy was one of 15 charter management organizations from around the country awarded a Charter Schools Program (CSP) grant by the U.S. Department of Education to open new schools and expand existing schools. The grant, totaling $9.842.050, will fund the opening of four new elementary schools, one new middle school, and one new high school. It will also fund the expansion of four existing middle schools to include grades seven and eight and will allow six existing elementary schools to offer pre-kindergarten.