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Located in New York City, we serve 17,000 mostly low-income children of color who are outperforming the most affluent schools and districts in the city and state.
Success Academy schools outperform wealthy suburbs, where the average income is six times that of Success Academy families.
Our graduates have all received admission offers from selective universities.
We have reversed the achievement gap for thousands of New York City children.
Success Academy students of color outperform their white peers across the city by more than 30 points.
Success Academy is the recipient of the 2017 Broad Prize, awarded to charter management organizations supporting extraordinary achievement among black, Hispanic, and low-income students.
At Success Academy, remarkable people join together to build magical schools and help end the crisis in educational inequality.
Magic happens in our classrooms (and hallways and playgrounds and cafeterias). And everyone — teachers and students alike — learns by doing, sharing, supporting, and raising the bar every day. Come join the magic-makers.
Ready to lead? Exceptional school culture and teacher excellence don’t just happen. They are nurtured and led by entrepreneurial school leaders. That could be you.
These are the professionals who make our schools run and hum. Do you love the details? Are you a quick-thinking decision maker? Do you demand the highest level of quality? This could be your team.
Interested in crunching numbers, storytelling, streamlining new processes, or training the next wave of talent? Our central hub, the network office, could be the place for you.
We believe all children, regardless of socioeconomic status or zip code can achieve their dreams when given access to great schools, and it’s our responsibility to create that opportunity.”
— Eva Moskowitz
Founder and CEO of Success Academy
Use your talents and passion to help deliver life-changing opportunities for kids.
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