Albany High School
Four unique academies. One great education.
Phone: 518-475-6200 | Fax: 518-475-6202
700 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12203
Albany High School is a comprehensive high school that serves about 2,500 students. With students from more than 40 countries and rich academic programming, Albany High’s halls, classes and culture reflect the richness of a world-class university setting.
Albany High features four smaller learning communities, or academies -- Citizenship, Discovery, Innovation and Leadership. Each academy offers the same core courses in English, math, science and social studies, and electives are grouped in relation to each academy's unique theme. However, all students are able to choose electives outside of their academy, selecting from the full scope of Albany High's rich and diverse course offerings.
Albany High School offers 21st-century career and technical education (CTE) programming that ranges from students taking single classes in an area of interest to students completing a career pathway.
Albany High School offers students a variety of academic experiences that can’t be found in other schools – options that can open doors to a wealth of college and career opportunities for all students.
The wealth of opportunities at Albany High extends beyond the school day with a selection of more than 50 afterschool clubs and activities.
|School begins||7:50 a.m.|
|Period 1||7:55 – 8:37 a.m.|
|Period 2||8:41 – 9:28 a.m.|
|Period 3||9:32 – 10:14 a.m.|
|Period 4||10:18 – 11 a.m.|
|Period 5||11:04 – 11:46 a.m.|
|Period 6||11:50 a.m. – 12:32 p.m.|
|Period 7||12:36 – 1:18 p.m.|
|Period 8||1:22 – 2:04 p.m.|
|Period 9||2:08 – 2:50 p.m.|
Construction is underway on a $179.9 million project to renovate and expand Albany High School. The project will add more than 250,000 square feet of new facilities and completely renovate the existing 378,000-square-foot complex. The project will expand the school's capacity to about 3,000 students; Albany High enrolls about 2,500 students currently and has run out of space to add new classrooms as the district's enrollment grows.