Equality Charter Middle School is fundraising to purchase HP Chromebooks for the Science classroom. Ms. Cunningham, Science Instructor's goal is to take scholars "beyond the walls of the classroom and explore science with technology."
Councilmember Andy King has always been a supporter of Equality Charter School and the Co-Op City Community for the past few years. He has attended our middle school graduation ceremony, National Junior High School induction ceremony, and recently gave a grant of over $800k to our middle school to upgrade our playground, which we also share with PS 160 and PS 178.
On June 24, 2017, Councilmember Andy King will be having a Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2017 Bronx Youth Empowerment Program. Come and show your support to all the 2017 Graduates.
Equality Charter High School's Step Team, Equalizers will be performing for the Our People Our Police event on June 23rd from 3:00 - 6:00 pm at the Parkchester train station. Don't miss out on 2 amazing performances by our Equalizers Step Team!
Equality Charter Middle School started their 1st Investment Group with 8th Grade scholars and Math Teacher, Mr. Morine this school year. The group had seen some investment work with Twitter. They were able to purpose 100 shares and currently up 7%. As the school year comes to an end, Scholars cashed in their investments to focus on Fundraising for a Toy Drive. For more information click here.
Thank you to John Mongello & Rose Manco for hosting our high school scholars on a tour of the Durst Organization!
Durst organization is a family business that has cornered the real estate market for utilizing natural resources to support their properties. During their visit, they toured the Bank of America Tower located in Times Square with the VP of Building Services, John Mongello.
The Durst organization has a greenhouse, and a beehive where they harvest honey and provide to their tenants. John Mongello was very warm, inviting, and receptive to our young people, he answered all their many questions with ease and took the scholars to lunch.
The scholar takeaways were potential internship opportunities for advanced seniors, learning about environmental friendly procedures, and becoming successful with hard-work.
On Friday, May 12th, Equality Charter School held their annual Family Carnival at the High School. The event was a smashing success. Over 250 community attendees spent their Friday evening dancing, participating in Friday games and enjoying carnival foods. Guest included: Equality Staff, Scholars, Parents, Community members and representatives from Assemblyman Luis R. Sepulveda!
For more information on the event or how you can be part of our upcoming Fall 2017 event, please contact our Event Coordinator and Director of Adult Education, Errol Olton at 718-459-9597 ext. 112 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Equality Charter High School's 11 grade scholars not only had the chance to enjoy the Hamilton Play experience, a few were asked to perform at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. How awesome! We are so proud of them! Take a look at Ryan, Abraham and Nicholas' performance. Performance at Hamilton Play
Equality is hiring for numerous positions for the 2017-2018 school year!
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Equality’s mission can only be achieved through the synergy of a team approach of the highest qualified and committed professionals. At Equality, we believe that all scholars can achieve their goals, regardless of factors that many feel would prevent success. If you agree, then you think like an Equality educator, and we invite you to consider joining our team.
Our school is expanding and adding new positions in all departments.
Equality's High School is fundraising for a chromebook cart so our counselors can work with scholars on college and career planning.
Many of our students don’t have computers at home, putting them at a HUGE disadvantage. Having access to this resource would allow the counseling department to assist more students with postsecondary planning!