Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School
* Note: This school was formerly called Leadership Village Academy Charter School

Address: Middle School: 2351 First Avenue, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10035
High School: 413 East 120th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10035
Phone: Middle School: 646/812-9400
High School: 646/812-9200
Fax: Middle School: 212/996-1626
High School: 212/360-1782
Website: http://www.villageacademies.org
Principal/School Leader: Sam Fragomeni (Middle School)
Laurie Warner and Nick Timpone (High School)

Enrollment:   350
Grades Offered 2011/2012:   5-12
Planned Grades:   5-9
District:   NYC CSD 4
Authorizer:   SUNY
Partner Organization:   Village Academies Network
Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School, along with its sister school, Harlem Village Academy Charter School features a rigorous curriculum grounded in the highest expectations for all students, and a caring and nurturing environment with an emphasis on universal human values. The educational program incorporates proven best practices and research-based curricula, along with innovative, teacher-designed lessons. The key educational program elements include: a rich liberal arts curriculum based on rigorous standards of excellence; a longer day (7:30-5:30) providing students with the time to master essential skills, to reflect deeply, and to fall in love with learning; a college-bound school culture; frequent, diagnostic assessment of student progress that drives continual instructional improvement; tutoring, Saturday school and study hall for students who need extra help and attention; a system of assessment analysis that informs instruction; a culture of accountability for academic achievement; talented, dedicated teachers with subject area expertise; a small, safe, nurturing environment; school culture emphasizing kindness, integrity, compassion, hard work, social justice and responsibility; an advisory system that provides support and personal attention for students; after-school activities including karate, chess, yoga and dance; a clear, strict code of conduct that is consistent throughout the school; and school uniforms contributing to a culture of respect, scholarship, and community.
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