Daily Announcements

For the remainder of the school year students are allowed to wear jeans and an ASA uniform shirt.

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Presented By
The Academy for Social Action and Broadway Jr.
Performances to be held:
 Wednesday, June 10 at 6:30PM       Thursday, June 11 at 6:30PM
Tickets:


 Adults $7      Children under 10 $3

Performances will be held in the Auditorium


The Summer Youth Employment application is now available. Click here to got to the website in order to fill out the application online. You can also use this link to print out the application and fill it out manually.


Fathers and Sons Day at Madison Square Garden
$15 Admission Includes:
  • Pre-game Fathers and Sons Seminar with inspiring guest speakers taking place in the MSG Terraces at 5:30pm
  • One ticket to the NY Liberty vs. San Antonio game at 7:30pm
  • One voucher, redeemable for a hot dog, chips and soda at the game
  • Participation in a father/son basketball game on the Garden court after the Liberty game
To order tickets click here Use code: FATHER

For more information contact Nixon Patterson at 212-631-5452

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NOTICE TO ALL PARENTS!!!
Cell phones are not allowed in New York City public schools. Please refer to the Chancellor's Regulations in the Discipline Code which can be found in the Parent Corner on this site. If a student brings a phone to school and it is confiscated by the school safety officers the students phone will not be returned to them. A parent will have to come to school to retrieve the phone during the designated time. Cell phones can be picked up on Friday's between 12:30 and 1:30 only.

Programs and Enrichment


Double Dutch Dreamz
Saturdays 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Harlem Children's Zone
35 East 125th Street
Open to the Community
Advance Registration Required
For more information call: 212-969-0779

Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance
Teens Summer Intensive 2009
July 6 - 24
Ages 13 - 18

This 3 week intensive offers young artists a rigorous program in the Martha Graham Technique and an exclusive opportunity to take part in the process of learning selected works from Ms. Graham's repertory.

For more information, contact: youngartists@marthagraham.org or 212-838-5886

Registration form available online at www.marthagraham.org

Upcoming Events 

Thursday, June 11
BuildOn
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
In the Library
Tue, Jun 16 - Thu, Jun 25
NYS Regents
Thursday, June 18
BuildOn
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
In the Library
Thursday, June 25
Regents Rating Day
Middle school students WILL be in attendance.
NO CLASSES for high school students.
Friday, June 26
LAST DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS
Early Dismissal
Monday, June 08, 2019
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Weather 

Slight chance rain showers
Today, 6/8/2019
High: 79 | Low: 67
Slight chance rain showers
40% chance of precipitation.
Rain showers likely
Tomorrow, 6/9/2019
High: 79 | Low: 65
Rain showers likely
72% chance of precipitation.

From the Principal

Welcome to The Academy for Social Action

We are pleased that you have taken the time to visit The Academy for Social Action’s website. Our hope is that you find our website to be user-friendly, and after your visit, you will have a good idea of all we have to offer..


ASA students will become college-bound family and community leaders who are concerned for the rights and welfare of others, socially responsible, and confident in their capacity to make a difference. Our students will realize their innate potential and learn to capitalize on their strengths by understanding where they are now and focusing on their futures.


ASA is a wonderful place for students from diverse backgrounds to grow educationally, get involved, and have a meaningful middle and high school experience. In every way that schools are measured, whether it is academically, in the fine and performing arts, or athletically, ASA will excel.


Our curriculum, course offerings, and extra-curricular offerings are second to none. We strive to create an environment where our core values; scholarship, leadership, and fellowship guide our students. Every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his/her individual success.


All of this is made possible by strong partnerships that are developed with our staff and parents. I hope that our website will assist in helping you navigate through our community. As always, if you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Regards,
Ms. C. Simmons
Principal

Crystal Simmons