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.
Mariam Jimoh is only in 5th grade, but already has her sights set on starting her own business one day. She wants to go to a college that specializes in business and feels Success Academy Hollis Middle School is preparing her for her future in ways her previous school didn’t.
Success Academy, parents hold press conference to prevent Mayor de Blasio from evicting 250 children from their Queens Middle School
Eva Moskowitz, Founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, today joined parents and students from SA Hollis Middle School for a virtual press conference calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio to reverse his plan to evict 250 students from their school.
Same story, new year. Mayor Bill de Blasio has once again failed to follow through on his promise to provide a permanent middle school for more than 250 public school students who will attend Success Academy Hollis Middle School in Queens next year, kicking them out of their school at the end of the school year.
SA Parents Urge NY State Lawmakers to Lift Charter Cap as Demand for Charters Soars
Success Academy Middle School Debate Teams Shine Against Country’s Top High Schools in 47th Annual Harvard National Debate Tournament
SUCCESS ACADEMY MIDDLE SCHOOL DEBATE TEAMS SHINE AGAINST COUNTRY’S TOP HIGH SCHOOLS IN 47TH ANNUAL HARVARD NATIONAL DEBATE TOURNAMENT
As City School Building Closures Surge, Success Academy Opts for Stability of Remote Learning Through the End of the School Year
Network Announces School Year Will End Early, on May 28; New Year Will Start August 2
Today, Success Academy announced to parents, students, and staff that remote learning would continue through at least the end of the network’s spring break in mid-March.