Harlem Academy shares its innovative programs and successful strategies with the broader education community by publishing articles in national education journals, extending the school’s impact beyond its walls.
English teacher Kia Turner shares how to create intentional space for navigating tough conversations.
Embracing Identity and Conflict
Harlem Academy shares its approach to developing long-term collaborations with outside professionals for deeper engagement and lasting impact.
Engaging with Outside Professionals
A vocabulary game developed at Harlem Academy has driven successful results in an area where low-income students often lag behind.
Our school creed sets a foundation for habit development and a culture of high expectations.
The Power of Common Language
Harlem Academy teachers have developed much of the school's curricula. Here are strategies for supporting teachers throughout the process and navigating some of the inherent challenges.
High School Week provides a safe environment for students to struggle and learn as they prepare for the transition to high school.
Harlem Academy leverages primary documents to challenge students to think like historians, teach advanced reading and writing skills, and cultivate empathy.
Harlem Academy’s innovative coffee series with parents offers a way to foster a meaningful, two-way exchange about key issues.