Fourth grade Winner is Ranked #4 in the Country Among Nine-Year-Old Chess Players
Despite Challenges, Success Academy High School Graduates Achieve Extraordinary Academic Distinctions
Like so many students across the country, the Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts graduating seniors endured an extraordinarily challenging year. With a global pandemic, cancelled SATs, remote learning, and record-breaking college admissions competition, especially at selective colleges, they faced tough odds. But the SA HSLA Class of 2025, so named for the year they will graduate from college, persisted, seizing every opportunity.
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.
Success Academy publishes Middle School Science Curriculum, sharing resources with educators around the world
Today, Success Academy released a new segment of curriculum, making its middle school science units available to educators across the country and around the world through the Success Academy Education Institute.
Success Academy Queens middle schoolers hold Zoom press conference, plead with the mayor to honor his promise to give them a school
Today, Success Academy Hollis Middle School students and Principal Kaleigh Maines held a Zoom press conference to beg Mayor Bill de Blasio to provide them with a school next year. The students and principal were joined by their teachers and parents.
DOE’s new blue book reveals four school buildings in Queens with 2,342 vacant seats — more than enough space for Success Academy Hollis middle schoolers
The Mayor Has the Available Space to Serve Children and Save Taxypayers — But Will He?
Fifth grader Mia Olivier is an avid dancer. She performs hip hop, African, and majorette dance routines at Success Academy Hollis Middle School, and loves music and expressing herself through dance, but also through words — which she channels through her English Language Arts class. She’s been at SA since kindergarten and speaks highly of her teachers.
Mayor de Blasio missed another critical deadline on Friday — effectively kicking 250 public charter school students out on the street.
‘Please, Mayor De Blasio: Give us what you promised! We deserve a building to continue our studies!’
Fifth grade student Ayden Brotherson had to leave his home in Queens to stay with relatives in Guyana as a result of the pandemic. Despite being thousands of miles away from home, he continues to attend Success Academy Hollis Middle School remotely, and continues to excel.