Our Mission

The Eagle Academy Foundation develops and supports a network of all male, grades 6 through 12, college-preparatory schools in challenged, urban communities that educate and mentor young men into future leaders committed to excellence in character, scholastic achievement and community service, and to promote these principles nationally.

Announcements

  • NYC Black Educators Coalition Mayoral Forum

    We are excited to partner with Black Edfluencers-United and Association of Black Educators of New York (ABENY) for the NYC Black Educators Coalition Mayoral Forum on Sunday, January 31 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM via Zoom webinar. Join us to hear directly from Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Scott M. Stringer, Raymond J. McGuire, and Andrew Yang about key issues for black Americans in education today.

    Register here for this free event:
    http://bit.ly/MayoralForumJan31
    After completing the registration form, a confirmation email with your unique join link will be emailed to you

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  • TOWN HALL 1/15/21

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  • PTA Special Election and General meeting

    We welcome you back into a New Year. 
     
    Join us January 21st 2021 @6:30pm 
     For a Special Election for the Open positions (Recording Secretary & Treasurer) and
     General PTA meeting introducing the New PTA team for the school year. 
     
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  • Chancellor's Update for Families on High School Admissions

    This has been a year of new challenges and difficult choices, testing our collective strength and endurance as we have faced the unknown together. We have had to reinvent the building blocks of public education in the nation’s largest school system, from how to “go to class,” to grading policy, attendance, and everything in between.

    Today I am writing with an update on another fundamental pillar of your child’s education: the high school application and enrollment process this year, which will open the week of January 18. I want to thank you for your patience as we have worked for months to talk to families and conduct careful analysis to develop a new high school admissions policy that meets this challenging moment. This new policy will better support your child’s learning journey, and that of their fellow 69,000 eighth graders, as we look ahead to Fall 2021. 

    New York City is home to approximately 250 total high schools that have geographic priorities in place, limiting opportunity for hard-working students to attend some of our most in-demand schools based on where they live. Additionally, there are 126 high schools that “screen” students for admission using academic records, auditions, attendance, special assessments, interviews, or other measures. They’ve historically used a student’s academic records to determine if they’re suitable for entry to the school. The changes we are sharing with you today relate to all of these schools.

    Eagle Academy for Young Men of Southeast Queens
  • Eagle Town Hall

    Tune in this Friday during a special installment of our Eagle Academy network Town Hall featuring our confident and resilient Eagle scholars. Students will reflect on prior Town Hall conversations with some of our recent notable speakers.
    We hope to see you this Friday from 9-10AM!

    http://bit.ly/EagleTownHall

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  • NYCOfficeHours series

    Families across the DOE are invited to attend another session of the #NYCOfficeHours series, during which they can ask city public health experts and DOE leadership questions about health and safety in our schools. The upcoming session will take place from 6:30–7:30 p.m. on December 17. At this virtual town hall, families can also view and participate via a Facebook live stream. The meeting will feature Dr. Jay Varma, senior advisor for public health in the mayor's office, and DOE Deputy Chancellor for Community Empowerment, Partnerships, and Communications Adrienne Austin.

    Eagle Academy for Young Men of Southeast Queens
  • CDEC 29Q at the next Calendar & Business meeting

    Reminder: Join CDEC 29Q at the next Calendar & Business meeting this Thursday, December 17 at 7:00 PM.
     
    We have planned an Agenda with valuable resources to close out the year.
    • We welcome Dr. Shante Bassett, an African American Psychologist.
    • The NYC Mayor's Office will host a Know Your Rights presentation.
    • The School Construction Authority will provide a Capital Plan Briefing
    Please share the attached flyer and meeting link with families and community members.
     
    Register in advance for the CDEC 29Q Calendar & Business meetings:
     
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
     
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  • Chancellor Update to Families letter

    Topics include mandatory Covid-19 testing

    Eagle Academy for Young Men of Southeast Queens
  • Report Cards

    Your scholar's Report Card for Marking Period 2 is now available on Pupil Path and your NYC Schools Account.

    Email Parent Coordinator , tvaughn@eaglequeens.org for your Pupil Path registration information or your NYC Schools Account Creation Code.

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  • CDEC 29Q Virtual Fall P.R.E.S.S. Event

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