Harlem Success Academy Charter School 3

Harlem Success Academy Charter School 3

Harlem Success Academy Charter School 3

Overview
Date Founded

2008

Headquarters

34 W 118TH ST FRNT 2 NEW YORK NY 10026-1937

Charitable Causes

Childhood Education

Employees (Worldwide)

1,891

Company Description

TO PROVIDE CHILDREN IN NYC WITH A HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION THAT GIVES THEM THE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, CHARACTER & DISPOSITION TO MEET & EXCEED NYS STANDARDS & THE RESOURCES TO SUCCEED.

In The News
The New York Times
June 3, 2017
Paid Notice: Deaths GAW ADAMSKI, JANET HELEN
Executives & Employees

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Principal

Principal

Senior Leader

Senior Leader

Board of Directors

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Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$180M
Suppliers
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Success Academy Charter Schools Schools & Student Services | NEW YORK, NY

Success Academy Charter Schools is the largest and highest-performing free, public charter school network in New York City. Admission is open to all New York State children, including those with special needs and English language learners. Students are admitted by a random lottery held each April. Success Academy operates 46 schools serving 15,500 students in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Across the network, 76% of students are from low-income households; 8.5% are current and former English Language Learners, and 15% are current and former special needs students. About 93% of students are children of color.

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