New Visions AIM Charter High School II

New Visions AIM Charter High School II 2017-11-28T09:29:47+00:00

School Profile

Region
New York City
School District
Bronx CSD 12
Grade Span
9-12 for 2016-17 / 9-12 at End of Charter Term
Enrollment
164 for 2016-17 / 250 at End of Charter Term
Website

Locations & Contacts

New Visions AIM Charter School II
1010 Rev James A Polite Avenue
Bronx, NY 10459
Contact: Chester Asher, Principal
casher@roadsschools.org

Academic Dashboard

The High School Academic Dashboard is under development.

School Timeline

The School submits it required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

ROADS Charter School II Accountability Plan Progress Report 2015-16

The school submits its required Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute

ROADS Charter School II Annual Report 2015-16

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

ROADS II 2015-16 AFR

SUNY releases School Evaluation Report

ROADS II School Evaluation Report 2015-16

The School submits it required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

2014-15_Accountability Plan Progress Report_ROADS2

SUNY releases school evaluation report

Report

The school submits its required Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute

ROADS Charter School II Annual Report 2014-15

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

Roads II 2014-15 Audit Report

The school submits its required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

ROADS 2 Bronx 2013-14 APPR

The school submits it required 2013-14 Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute.

ROADS II 2013-14 Annual Report

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

Audit Report

School Submits the 2012-13 Annual Report

2012-13 Annual Report

School releases Annual Financial Audit

Audit

SUNY releases First Year School Visit.

Report

Reinventing Options for Adolescents Deserving Success’ (ROADS) 2 opens to help over-age students with few credits graduate high school.

Reinventing Options for Adolescents Deserving Success’ (ROADS) 2 mission is to ensure that over-age, under-credited students graduate from high school thoroughly prepared to excel academically, professionally, and personally. To achieve our mission, we create transformative high schools characterized by customized and rigorous curricula, socio-emotional support, and work-based experiences that foster student engagement and accelerate student progress.