School Profile

Region
Long Island
School District
Hempstead Union Free School District
Grade Span
K-12 for 2019-20 / K-12 at End of Charter Term
Enrollment
1,639 for 2019-20/ 1,775 at End of Charter Term
Website
Accepted Proposal

Locations & Contacts

The Academy Charter School - Upper Elementary
Grade Span: 3-5
117 North Franklin Street
Hempstead, NY 11550
Contact: Dr. Nicholas Stapleton
nstapleton@academycharterschool.org
The Academy Charter School - Middle School/High School
Grade Span: 6-12
159 North Franklin Street
Hempstead, NY 11550
Contact: Clarence Williams
principal@academycharterschool.org
The Academy Charter School - Lower Elementary
Grade Span: K-2
94 Fulton Ave
Hempstead, NY 11550
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I Accept
Report TypeDateReport
Accountability Plan Progress Report 10/12/2018View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2017View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2015View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2014View
Annual Report 08/01/2017View
Annual Report 08/01/2016View
Annual Report 08/03/2015View
Annual Report 08/01/2014View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2019View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2018View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2017View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2016View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2015View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2014View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2013View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2012View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2012View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2011View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2010View
Renewal Report 02/27/2019View
Renewal Report 01/16/2014View
Renewal Resolution 03/04/2019View
Renewal Resolution 01/27/2014View
School Evaluation Report 09/07/2011View
School Evaluation Report 04/15/2010View

The Academy Charter School (“The Academy”) will offer an exceptional interdisciplinary curriculum in a technology rich environment that challenges students to explore connections across subjects and use experiential learning to bridge the gaps between theory and practice. In addition to core subjects, our students will benefit from high expectations in physical education, health, and the arts. Our focus on character development and community service will cultivate a student body poised to be active, engaged and responsible members of the community. We will employ a committed staff whose teaching and high academic and behavioral expectations will promote the excellence we know our community’s children can achieve. Our students will graduate from The Academy with the content mastery and life skills needed to move into the top five percent of their middle and high school classes.