Achievement First
Bushwick Middle School

1300 Greene Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237


Our school is near the L/M train (Myrtle-Wyckoff Aves).

Bus transportation is provided to all students from .5 miles to 5 miles. Families may also utilize a paid van service or request MetroCards to be used weekdays before and after school.





Opened: September 2007
Grades: 5-8
Number of Students in 2018-19: 403
Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Monday – Thursday; 7:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Friday

“High School. College. Change the World.”

School Leaders

  • Bobby Bridges

    Bobby Bridges

    Bobby Bridges is the principal of Achievement First Bushwick Middle School. Prior to this role, Mr. Bridges served as the dean of students and as a seventh and eighth grade history teacher. He began his career as a Teach For America corps member, working as an eighth grade history teacher at MS 244 in the Bronx. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Davidson College.

  • Brittany Michelle

    Brittany Michelle

    Brittany Michelle is the founding director of the AF Bushwick Empower Middle Program and the dean of special services at Achievement First Bushwick Middle School. She’s been an educator for over 12 years. Prior to this role, Mrs. Michelle was an ELA and U.S. history teacher. She has taught in Miami, Atlanta, and the La Rioja region of Spain. She earned her bachelor’s degree in theater performance from Florida A&M University.

    AF Bushwick Empower Program

    AF Bushwick Middle is home to the AF Bushwick Empower Program – Achievement First’s intensive program serving students with disabilities. The Empower Program’s design builds on the three pillars of our special services program: meaningful inclusion, intervention and specialized instruction to access grade-level curriculum. As a small-scale program beginning in 2018-19, it will serve students in grades 5-8 from Achievement First Brooklyn middle schools. The program is transitional in nature, with the ultimate goal for many students to have a thoughtfully planned and supported transition back to co-taught and general education classrooms at their original Achievement First school.

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