Investor Steven M. Galbraith named chair of Success Academy Network Board of Trustees. Galbraith succeeds Daniel S. Loeb, who steered the high-performing network through five years of extraordinary growth and achievement
Success Academy’s festive spring benefit tonight brought together prominent business and civic leaders, educators, and supporters from across the country to honor the first graduating class of Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts.
Success Academy students Emily Booncharoen and Pari Patni win first and second place in the K-6 championship; their team, Success Academy Hudson Yards, places first.
Success Academy CEO Eva Moskowitz today released the following statement on the results of the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) at New York City schools: “Unfortunately, New York has only widened the achievement gap over the last two years. A student of color in New York City is less than half as likely to have been taught to read or do math as a white student.”
Scholars Honored for Extraordinary Progress and Achievement at Success Academy’s Seventh Annual “Slam the Exam” Academic Pep Rally
4,000 Success Academy third and fourth graders gathered at Barclays Center to celebrate their hard work and achievement.
Representing all five boroughs of New York City, 17,700 children were entered into today’s Success Academy lottery for 3,288 open seats across 30 of the Big Apple’s highest-performing schools.
11 am Friday: Thousands of Success Academy Students Gather at Barclays Center for “Slam the Exam” Academic Pep Rally
On Friday morning, more than 4,000 Success Academy students from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx will gather at Barclays Center for the sixth annual “Slam the Exam” academic pep rally. At the rally, third and fourth graders from 24 Success Academy elementary schools will celebrate their academic achievement and show off their school pride in advance of the upcoming state exams.
Success Academy Files Legal Action Against NYC Department of Education for Discriminating Against Harlem Students
Despite Legal Obligation, New York City Refuses to Revise the Unequal and Outdated Allocation of Space Among Harlem West Middle School and the Two Other Schools in Same Building. At Scale, Harlem West Will Have 14 More Students Per Room than One of its Co-Located Schools.
Success Academy Rejects DOE’s Partial “Solution” To Space Requests, Demands Permanent Space For All Six Schools
In A Letter To Mayor Bill de Blasio, Eva Moskowitz Urges DOE To Find Practical And Fair Solution For All Success Academy Scholars
Legendary Investor Julian Robertson Announces New $20 Million Gift to Accelerate Sharing Out of Success Academy’s Innovations
Top-Performing Charter School Network Launches the Robertson Center With State-of-the-Art Training Facilities and Lab School