Class of 2020 earned a total of
in Scholarships!as of 5/10/2020
Class of 2019 earned a total of
in Scholarships!as of 06/05/19
Class of 2018 earned a total of
in Scholarships!as of 4/17/18
On Thursday, May 20th, Principal Smyth, along with Assistant Principals Sean Brandeis and Tonimarie Viera, announced the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2021 in the school garden during an AP Physics C review session. Samantha Yershov is the Valedictorian and Ella Lanzaro is the Salutatorian for the Class of 2021! These two outstanding Scholars have demonstrated academic excellence, participate fully in extracurricular, leadership and service opportunities. They will be preparing their speeches for the Commencement ceremony at St. John's University on June 22nd. Congratulations!!!
On May 21, 2019 we held our end of the year panel with Broadridge mentors and students. Broadridge Financial Solutions has partnered with Scholars' Academy for many years to mentor 11th grade students. Students met with their mentors throughout the year to learn about marketing, personal branding, technology in business, resume writing, and interview skills. Students also had the opportunity to visit Broadridge headquarters earlier this year. In this panel, Broadridge professionals shared their experience of transitioning out of college into the workforce and answered student questions. Students who participate in the program have the opportunity to earn a $5,000 scholarship in their senior year. This year's recipient was Nina Bajnauth, who will be attending Georgetown University in the Fall.
Our Mission Statement:
The Scholars' Academy College and Career Office, in keeping with the mission of our school, is dedicated to prepare scholars for college and careers of the 21st Century by engaging the entire Scholars’ Academy Community in cultivating and celebrating well rounded scholars and citizens equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to pursue success and happiness. We seek to prepare students to become independent learners with unconditional regard for others and themselves, able to achieve academic success and acquire the skills they need to participate productively as global citizens.