School Profile

Region
New York City
School District
Manhattan CSD 3
Grade Span
K-12 for 2019-20 / K-12 at End of Charter Term
Enrollment
1,436 for 2019-20 / 1,633 at End of Charter Term
Website

Locations & Contacts

Success Academy Charter School - Harlem 1 Elementary School
Grade Span: K-4
34 West 118th Street
Floor 2
New York, NY 10026
Contact: Danique Loving, Principal
SAH1.MainOffice@saschools.org
Success Academy Charter School - Harlem West Middle School
Grade Span: 5-8
215 West 114th Street
Floor 5
New York, NY 10026
Contact: Andrew Malone
SAHW.MainOffice@saschools.org
Success Academy Charter School - High School of the Liberal Arts
Grade Span: 9-12
111 East 33rd Street
Floor 4
New York, NY 10016
Contact: Andrew Malone
SAHSLA-MN.mainoffice@saschools.org
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Accountability Plan Progress Report 10/19/2018View
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Annual Report 08/01/2017View
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Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2012View
Renewal Report 04/13/2016View
Renewal Resolution 04/13/2016View

The mission of Success Academy Charter School – Harlem 1 is to provide students in New York City with an exceptionally high-quality education that gives them the knowledge, skills, character, and disposition to meet and exceed New York State Common Core Learning Standards and the resources to lead and succeed in school, college, and a competitive global economy.