We are excited to share that the Panel for Education Policy voted in favor of the co-location proposals for Scholars Academy and Scholars Academy II Iast Wednesday night. After hearing from dozens of passionate families and staff members, a successful vote was cast.
This success would not have been possible without YOUR voices, stories, and petitions over the past few months to expand choices for excellent educational options in East Harlem.
Stay tuned as we continue to share news on how we are opening our doors to serve more students in this community!
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To the families of our 5th grade scholars –
We are excited to announce a new opportunity for 5th grade students, our 5th Grade Advisory program, set to launch on March 1st! The program is meant to support fifth graders in their transition to middle school, providing small group mentorship and skill-building from the EHTP team.
Join us on Thursday, February 28th at 6:15 pm at 2050 Second Avenue for an informational meeting to learn more. Our advisors look forward to meeting you!
EHTP and Scholars Academy students and staff braved the cold to participate in this year’s East Harlem Three Kings Day parade! More scholars than ever before proudly represented our OST programs and charter schools next to community organizations, schools, and live camels!
Charles and Karen Phillips’ non-profit, Phillips Charitable Organizations (PCO), has generously contributed $250,000 to East Harlem Tutorial Program in sponsorship of our University Program Robotics program. We are so grateful and honored by the gift, which will allow us to bring high-quality engineering programs to even more students in East Harlem!
Click here to learn more about the contribution. Learn more about Phillips Charitable Organizations here.
We are excited to announce that our application to the SUNY Trustees to open a new K-12 public charter school, East Harlem Scholars Academy Charter School II, has been approved! Scholars Academy II will open for the 2013-14 academic year with 108 students in Grades K and 1, ultimately growing to serve K-12. The school will have an enrollment preference for English Language Learners in CSD 4 and other residents of CSD 4.
Like its sister school, Scholars Academy, the new school will be an achievement-driven, nurturing environment where students receive intensive literacy, math, and science education to prepare them for a successful college career. The new school will be located in CSD 4 in the East Harlem community. Apply now!