I was studying for my nursing exam and couldn’t be interrupted, so I told her to read a book. “I’m not reading a book,” she said. “I’m going to write one.”
When I heard that that the Reyeses had first considered a gifted program for their son, I wanted to know more.
Recently, I was proud of my daughter for making the most of a special opportunity to give back to her community and help a group of younger scholars.
We have a lot of respect for Mr. Blake, and I wanted to find out how he does it, why he chose Success, and what advice he has for other families.
I am one of the many parents who are in full support of Success Academy and its teachers.
I would like to see the Times spend a few days at Success Academy Williamsburg, where my daughter attends fourth grade, so a reporter could see the magic that happens there daily.
Really, what’s the beef with Success?
I chose charter schools because where we live in the South Bronx, they are the best educational option for my children. Charters are giving my daughters opportunities they would never have in our neighborhood district schools.
Thank you, Success Academy, for renewing my hope in public education as a path to a more equal and excellent democracy in America.
The International Potluck is more than a delicious feast; it is a wonderful way for scholars and their families to celebrate the diverse cultures within our school.
At Success, we believe that children who love reading and select books for themselves drive their own learning and become lifelong readers. There is power and possibility in falling in love with books!
El 9 de septiembre, el segundo día del año escolar, recibí la noticia que había estado esperando desde la primavera: Success Academy Cobble Hill tenía un lugar disponible para mi hija Yvette. Una semana después, recibí más buenas noticias. Había otra vacante para mi hija más pequeña, Alexa.
My tears were from joy and relief. After months on the waitlist, my daughters could now attend the school I wanted for them.
In this city, language is not the biggest barrier for immigrant families who are seeking a good school for their child. It’s their zip code.
Earlier this month, Success Academy Williamsburg Principal Abby Johnson received a touching email from a parent. Mary Bronstein’s daughter, Faye, is a scholar in Dana Baij’s kindergarten classroom.
Learning shouldn’t end with the last day of school, and the months off are a wonderful time to enjoy all that NYC has to offer.
It is fair to say that I am in love with my son’s teacher, Ms. Muller.
I have to extend sincere thanks to my children’s coaches and to the Success Academy network. They have instilled in my children not only passion and persistence, but also certain grace and equanimity.
Ms. Roth is a great teacher with a special gift for children. We are so happy to appreciate her this week.
It was a late night for parents and staff of Success Academy Bronx 3, but well worth the loss of sleep.
I am the parent of a kindergarten scholar who attends Success Academy in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. When my daughter started, she did not know any English since we only speak Spanish at home. I was so worried about this because I thought she would stay behind due to her poor language. But no, she did not; her teachers really took the time and worked very hard with her.
My daughter, Miah, attends Success Academy Bensonhurst in Brooklyn, and I had ample opportunity to decline my seat to the academy if I felt like it was going to be too much. The discipline of the school is well needed for schools and, truthfully, it’s NOTHING different from how I raise my daughter. My expectations of her effort, knowledge, and determination are on the same level as that of Success Academy.
Recently, The New York Times published an article about Success Academy, and it left me with a heavy heart. Success Academy is known for its joyful rigor, but the Times reporter described only the “rigor.” So I felt that I had to share my family’s experience and talk about the “joyful” part.
College graduation was never my goal; it was simply to finish high school. I wanted a better education for my son, which is why I refused to send him to a failing public school in our neighborhood.