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1-8|Private
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School leader:  Vincent Dotoli
1330 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10026

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(212) 368-2400
(212) 348-3500
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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    After, Before
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  • Facilities
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • World languages
    Spanish
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12 reviews

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Submitted by a community member · January 09, 2014
As a 10th grader currently on the honor roll going on to 11th in the fall next year, I can confidently say that no student will ever come out of Harlem Academy a failure. Before becoming a student at HA, I did not know what it was like to be in a... more

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Submitted by a community member · October 13, 2010
The vast majority of children who live in Harlem don't get the education that they deserve. Harlem Academy is trying to offer that opportunity by establishing a school that challenges, guides, and supports them to their full academic potential... more

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Submitted by a parent · November 16, 2009
Harlem Academy is not just a amazing school it's also a family partnership. My son loves going to school and looks forward to attending everyday. The small classroom setting is a plus the children get the individualized attention they need. The... more

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Submitted by a parent · October 05, 2009
Harlem Academy is a great school. It has provided many support for my first grader. The class rooms are small and have the supprot of two teachers. Extended hours with no extra money.LOVE IT.

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About this school

The tuition plan is the core of Harlem Academy's commitment to economic diversity. We believe that no family should be turned away for financial reasons. Our system eliminates the distinction between full tuition and scholarship students by assessing each family according to their ability to pay. The basic principle underlying this financial relationship is that each family's total payment should be in equitable proportion to its financial resources.

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Last modified: November 3, 2014
Last modified Harlem Academy is a Private school that serves grades 1-8
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