UAMA will be having a Virtual College Fair this month! Check out the details below:
WHEN: September 28th, 4-8PM EST WHAT: Hosted by National Association for College Admission Counseling WHO: UAMA Juniors and Seniors (11th and 12th Graders) HOW: Free registration thru the Virtual College Fairs site!
The Bard Early College Academy @ UAMA is seeking educators passionate about their fields of study and committed to advancing equity through rigorous curricula made accessible to high school students with varied levels of academic preparation. Successful applicants must be committed to teaching classes through a competency-based interdisciplinary model that prepares students for our early college program in 11th and 12th grade.
In addition, candidates will be expected to participate fully in the life of the school, including professional development rooted in exploring historic/systemic inequalities in our society, especially as they are related to K-12 education; interdisciplinary curriculum planning; student advising; club and extracurricular involvement, and committee service. All candidates must have or be enrolled in a program working towards a New York State Teaching License; high school teaching experience, and/or experience working with high school-age students is desirable.
We are seeking teachers in the following subjects:
The Bard Early College Academy @ UAMA is an early college partnership that establishes a satellite campus of the Bard Early College at the Urban Assembly School of Music and Art. The early college partnership enables students in 11th and 12th grade to enroll as part-time undergraduate students at Bard College, where they can earn up to sixteen tuition-free college credits concurrently with their high school studies. All classes take place at UAMA.
The Bard Early College Academy @ UAMA is committed to equity and inclusion and is an unscreened NYCDOE school with no entrance exam or audition process, open to all New York City students who apply.
Please join us to celebrate the Graduating Class of 2021. Below you will find two links: one to a watch party, and another to a public YouTube stream.
Zoom Watch Party Link – Please note that you will need to log into Zoom to use this link. Join here if you are a student of the school or a parent, and want to participate in chat with your fellow peers!
YouTube Link – Use this link if you wish to view the stream via YouTube. This is also the link you should share with friends and guests of the school.
We will be going live about 10-15 minutes before 11:00AM. Graduation will officially start at 11:00AM.
For the next 3 weeks we will be hosting office hours for students that will serve to help them complete their Final Deliverables. Below is a poster show casing what times and which teachers will be available during office hours.
Parent Teacher Conferences will be taking place in the today in the evening from 5:00PM – 8:00PM and tomorrow in the afternoon from 1:00PM – 3:00PM. Please click the links below to register for the day you can attend. After registering, you should be sent an email with the link to join the room.
There will also be a NYCSA Registration event taking place prior to Parent Teacher Conferences. With a NYCSA Account, you will be able to keep tabs on your students grades, attendance, and sign the COVID consent form. We will be helping parents create these account at these registrations events. Please register for these events from the links below.
Thank you for being patient as we navigate the enrollment process during the pandemic. Dates for upcoming open houses will be available soon. Please see our recruitment page for an overview of our program. Please feel free to reach out to our parent coordinator, Cierra Copeland, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.