School Profile

New York City
School District
Staten Island CSD 31
Grade Span
K-1, 5-8 for 2019-20 / K-8 at End of Charter Term
483 for 2019-20 / 685 at End of Charter Term
Accepted Proposal

Locations & Contacts

New World Preparatory Charter School
Grade Span: 5-8
26 Sharpe Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
Contact: Amanda Ainley, Principal
New World Preparatory Charter School
Grade Span: K-1
100 Merrill Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10314
Contact: Amanda Ainley
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Report TypeDateReport
Accountability Plan Progress Report 10/12/2018View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2017View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2016View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2015View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2014View
Annual Report 08/01/2017View
Annual Report 08/01/2014View
Annual Report 08/01/2011View
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
Renewal Report 12/29/2017View
Renewal Report 02/03/2015View
Renewal Resolution 01/09/2018View
Renewal Resolution 02/03/2015View
School Evaluation Report 05/16/2014View
School Evaluation Report 04/01/2014View
School Evaluation Report 10/31/2012View

New World Preparatory Charter School provides an exceptional education for students by employing research-based strategies to raise academic achievement through academic rigor and relevance, personalization, focused professional development, and meaningful family engagement and collaboration with the larger community. We build on our nation’s promise of opportunity by exemplifying the role social justice holds in shaping a community of the people, by the people and for the people. Our students will graduate from NWP with a strong academic foundation, an awareness of the needs of others, and with the social and emotional readiness needed to succeed in high school and graduate from college.