As education continually evolves in the digital age, so do standardized testing methods. The shift from traditional paper-and-pencil SAT testing to Digital SAT reflects a commitment to aligning assessment tools with the skills demanded in today's world.
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Recognizing many challenges, UPLIFT Academy offers a beacon of hope for low-income students in New Jersey. Through its free College Path Mentorship program, UPLIFT Academy empowers students to break through barriers and achieve their college dreams.
Our signature program College Path Mentorship’s 2022-23 sessions started last weekend in two locations, the Cultural Integration and Arts Association of Newark and the Masjid Fallahee.
Our first free "Summer Math Camp" was held between August 1 and 12, 2022 at Alaaka Association, Newark. 9 students attended the camp that started at 9 am and ended at 1 pm daily. Students were also offered snacks and lunch for free. The camp was a success.
College Path Mentorship Program (CPM) at the Seminary Baptist Church (SBC) ended with a closing ceremony on May 20, 2023, with the attendance of mentees and parents.
NYA arranged a field trip for our College Path Mentorship students at Masjid Fallahee to reward their hard work. As a surprise to our students, we rented a limo in order to transport them back and forward.
One of our High School senior students, Ahmed Quedraogo, has officially been accepted into Rutgers Newark! NYA has awarded him with $100-gift card. We congratulate him and wish him continued success in his college life.
New York Academy donated and installed Smart Boards to 3 of its partners. These Smart Boards help elevate the level of education provided to students by allowing the mentors to easily provide required Information, media, and, class materials.
New York Academy Educational Services (New York Academy) today announced it has been awarded a Major Grant in the amount of $10,000 from The Provident Bank Foundation to support their College Path Mentorship program