Achievement First’s New York network has been growing and achieving at high standards since former New York City Schools Chancellor Joel Klein invited us to expand to Brooklyn, NY, in August 2005. We are pleased to share the 2013 New York state test results of our oldest elementary and middle school students. To view 2013 New York state test results for each of our New York schools, please visit their individual school pages under the Schools section.
Achievement First opened its first New York elementary schools—Achievement First Crown Heights Elementary and Achievement First East New York Elementary—in August 2005. We have since opened additional elementary schools. The graph below compares the New York state test scores for Achievement First’s oldest elementary students to those of their district and statewide peers.
Achievement First opened its first New York middle school—Achievement First Crown Heights Middle—in August 2005. The graph below compares the New York state test scores of Achievement First’s oldest middle school students to those of their district and statewide peers.
Achievement First opened its first high school—Amistad-Elm City High—in August 2006 (the school was renamed Achievement First Amistad High in 2011). Achievement First Brooklyn High School, which shares best practices with Achievement First Amistad High School, opened in 2009, with Achievement First University Prep High School opening in 2013. The graph below compares the New York State Regents Exam scores of Achievement First's 10th graders to those of their district and statewide peers.