"I love the style of the teaching, the excitement, the engagement."
DONNA DISHMEY-RODRIGUEZ SUCCESS ACADEMY PARENT HARLEM 1
What is SA’s COVID-19 response plan?
At SA, we’re following CDC and NYS Department of Health guidelines to maintain the health and safety of our school communities! This includes requiring our staff to be fully vaccinated, social distancing, optional masking for kids and adults, washing hands, etc. We have a Network team dedicated to tracking, reporting and managing COVID cases, and actively encouraging families to have their students vaccinated.
Your child must be applying to Kindergarten through 4th grade.
Your child must be five years old by December 31, 2022 to apply to kindergarten.
You must be a resident of New York State to apply to any Success Academy school.
The application is only for children that are not currently enrolled at any of our Success Academy Charter Schools. Current Success families: only submit an application if you are enrolling a new scholar.
Transferring? Families with scholars currently enrolled at Success may submit an application to transfer but will release their current seat if accepted. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you reach out to your school office to request a transfer.
For registration or middle school placement, please contact your school's main office (do not submit an application).
Siblings of current Success scholars or newly accepted students.
Children of Success employees.
Applicants who reside within the Community School District (CSD) of a school to which they’ve applied.
English Language Learners (ELL) receive a weighted preference in the lottery.
The application deadline is April 1, 2022. Applications received after the deadline will be considered waitlist applications. We may process waitlist applications several times throughout the spring and summer depending on available seats.
A charter school shall not discriminate against or limit the admission of any student on any unlawful basis, including on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, intellectual ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, athletic ability, race, creed, religion or ancestry. A school may not require any action by a student or family (such as admissions test, interview, essay, attendance at an information session, etc.) in order for an applicant to either receive or submit an application for admission to that school.