Schuyler Achievement Academy
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676 Clinton Ave., Albany, NY
here for directions)
Principal: John Murphy
Opened in 2004, Schuyler Achievement
Academy was one of the first projects completed in the
City School District of Albany’s sweeping plan to
rebuild or renovate all its elementary and middle
schools. This modern, award-winning facility is a blend
of the school most recently known as Opportunity School
21 and a new structure added to enlarge the school.
The school's "full-service"
model allows it to take care of
children’s academic needs as well as provide a range of
health and wellness services. These services include
mobile dental health services through our
partnership with St. Peter's Hospital and Ronald
McDonald House, and
school-based health services through our partnership
with Whitney M. Young Jr. Health Services, in addition
to mental health and other wellness services.
At the end of the 2015-16 school
year, Schuyler students created a video to tell the
world about their commitment to excellence.
here to check out the PSAA Anthem.
The City School District of
Albany and Philip Schuyler Achievement Academy, in partnership with the
school's Community Engagement Team,
submitted required documents to the State Education Department in
September 2015 to move forward with the efforts to raise achievement for all
The district submitted
a Community Engagement Plan, Public Notification Template and supporting
evidence, Community Engagement Team Recommendations and Superintendent's
Response, and a Continuation Plan to State Ed. The district now awaits
feedback from State Ed on the documents. Follow the links below to download the documents.
Building opens: 8:40 a.m.
Breakfast begins: 8:40 a.m.
School day begins: 9 a.m.
School day ends: 3:35 p.m.
After-school child care ends: 5:45 p.m.
Full-day prekindergarten and
Voluntary school uniforms
YMCA after-school child care
- Friday, Sept. 16 --
PBIS Kick-Off Assembly, 2:30
Sunday, Sept. 25
-- Falcon 5K and Fun Run, Washington Park
- Friday, Sept. 30 --
First-quarter interim marking period ends
- Monday, Oct. 3 -- Rosh
Hashana, no school for students
Monday, Oct. 10
-- Columbus Day, no school
Tuesday, Oct. 11
-- Superintendent's Conference Day, no
school for students
Oct. 12 -- Yom Kippur, no
meeting, 4 p.m.
- Back-to-School Conference Night,
News and information
Absence from school