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Middle School Enrollment


Magnificent schools. Superior choices.

The City School District of Albany provides middle-school programs for students in grades 6-8 in three schools: North Albany Academy, Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School and William S. Hackett Middle School. All three schools were part of the district's sweeping facilities plan in the past decade and offer the best middle-school facilities available in Albany. Each school is designed around smaller learning environments that provide the most current educational and support services to help all students reach their full potential.


North Albany Academy serves students from prekindergarten through eighth grade. Hackett and Myers middle schools serve students in grades 6-8.


North Albany Academy has about 150 students in grades 6-8 and enrolls its middle-school grades primarily with students graduating from its elementary program. Hackett and Myers both serve about 600-650 students and are enrolled through a feeder system.


Students graduating from the following elementary schools attend Myers Middle School:

  • Albany School of Humanities (ASH) -- prekindergarten-grade 6

  • Giffen Memorial Elementary School -- prekindergarten-grade 6

  • Montessori Magnet School -- prekindergarten-grade 5

  • Pine Hills Elementary School -- prekindergarten-grade 6

  • Schuyler Achievement Academy -- prekindergarten-grade 5

  • Sheridan Preparatory Academy -- prekindergarten-grade 5

Students graduating from these elementary schools attend Hackett Middle School:

  • Arbor Hill Elementary School -- prekindergarten-grade 6

  • Delaware Community School -- prekindergarten-grade 5

  • Eagle Point Elementary School -- prekindergarten-grade 6

  • New Scotland Elementary School -- prekindergarten-grade 5

  • Thomas O'Brien Academy of Science and Technology (TOAST) -- prekindergarten-grade 5

Hackett and Myers also have half-mile neighborhood enrollment zones, allowing students living within that distance to choose the closer school. The former Philip Livingston Magnet Academy also has a half-mile neighborhood enrollment zone. Families within that zone also have the option of choosing Hackett or Myers.


If you are uncertain which middle school your child will attend, click here to open the list of attendance zones and use "Ctrl-F" to search for your street name (e.g., First Street or Zoar Avenue).


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