With the help of our scholars, we’ve curated the ultimate summer reading list for elementary and middle schoolers to enjoy!
We asked some of our top second-year educators to share some guidance for new teachers getting ready to step into their classrooms for the first time.
On May 26, 2021, in a remarkable virtual ceremony that brought together thousands of family members, friends, supporters, scholars, and SA staff and alumni, members of the Class of 2025 officially turned their tassels and graduated.
Recently, Loretta Tuider (HSLA ‘20, Columbia University ‘24) wrote to us with an inspirational update: She’s been accepted into a selective summer program at Columbia University, where she is a rising sophomore.
Sixteen seniors at Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts have been selected as the first cohort of the SA Ruth and Norman Rales Scholars Program. This new program is a partnership between Success Academy and the Ron Brown Scholar Program, fostered and funded by the Rales Foundation. SA Rales Scholars will receive not only […]
We are excited to announce the 2021 Success Academy Excellence Award winners! These awards honor faculty and staff across our schools who exemplify excellence in education. The 175 faculty and staff members honored this year are an inspiration to all of us. They have exemplified commitment, talent, and hard work in a year that has […]
SA Junior Wuraola Adetola shares some of her memories from Root Awakening, and reflects on the highs and lows of running a schoolwide performance over Zoom.
During Women’s History Month, we celebrate the women and girls in SA’s community who help lead our schools, support scholars at home, advocate for kids across the city, help their friends in school, and generally make our schools special.
At Success Academy, basketball coaches provide outstanding instruction on technical skills, but also focus on educating and mentoring scholars to help them become better students and well-rounded individuals.
While Success Academy’s curriculum examines and celebrates the contributions of Black Americans every month, we are thankful for the opportunity to celebrate Black History Month together with local experts.
Why do so many students seem to think that the world started in 1776 after the founding of America? Our history staff worked hard to reimagine a curriculum that gives scholars a global perspective. Success Academy Rolls Out New Middle School World History Curriculum
When the middle school science team realized that the annual Science Symposium would need to be held remotely, they set to work looking for a solution — and a silver lining.
Thank you for working tirelessly to build a solid support system for our scholars!
On Saturday, October 31, the Success Academy marathon team celebrated 10 years of running and fundraising on behalf of our schools and scholars!
When SA closed its classroom doors in March and cancelled HSLA’s spring show, Ms. Diaz and senior theater teacher Courtney Edwards made a decision that — against all odds, remote or hybrid — a fall play performance was not a matter of if but how.
How do our teachers manage to keep their minds and bodies energized in the remote environment? Find out below.
Chess has been an integral part of SA’s curriculum from day one, both as a regular part of the K-4 day and as an after-school option. SA chess teacher Christopher Johnson reflects on why the game — along with the lessons it can instill in young people — is such a source of joy.
What do SA Operations Staff do when buildings are closed? They work even harder! Here are some of their tips for handling stress and staying productive.
In the months since the Covid-19 pandemic turned the world upside down, we’ve had to make adjustments to our way of life. With in-person events canceled, playdates off limits, and museums and movie theaters closed, we’ve also found new ways to have fun. At SA, we take joy very seriously, and we know that our […]
For new teachers, starting remotely can make it difficult to build relationships. Luckily, some of our teachers have found innovative ways to make that happen despite the circumstances. We asked them to share their secrets for staying connected with their peers during this time.
We will continue to keep SA families updated on any adjustments to our plan.
For new scholars and new teachers, remote learning can feel overwhelming — how can we feel together when we’re so far apart? We asked teachers who excelled at remote learning in the spring for their advice on building community in the classroom.
This summer, former SA teacher Melissa once again became part of the SA family when our Experiential Learning team partnered with her organization — and a range of other experts, educators, and leaders — to create SA Summer Together.
We’re sharing what some of our top teachers had to say about their experiences of teaching remotely last year. Here’s what they found most surprising!