The Bard Early College Academy at the Urban Assembly School of Music and Art Bard@UAMA
The Bard Early College Academy at the Urban Assembly School of Music and Art (UAMA) enables UAMA students in 11th and 12th grade to enroll as part-time undergraduate students of Bard College and earn tuition-free college credits concurrently with their high school studies. Participating students take a liberal arts college course of study that aims to intellectually engage UAMA students and help them prepare for and succeed in college.
The Bard Early College Academy establishes an academic extension of Bard College at the UAMA. College courses are taught by Bard Early College faculty, and take place on the UAMA campus within the UAMA course schedule. Additionally, students participate in field trips, including conferences and academic events on the Bard College campus in Annandale-on-Hudson, and joint programming with Bard’s other early colleges in the tri-state area. Upon completion of the Bard Seminar sequence, UAMA students have the opportunity to earn as much as a semester of Bard College credits, tuition-free.
Because of covid restrictions, Parent Teacher Conference will be taking place over Zoom meetings. Meetings will be approxmatively 10 minutes long with each teacher.
Below you will find a table with each of our teachers, and a link to signup for timeslots. Select the links to the teachers you wish to speak to a time slot that you can meet for. Please make sure that you confirm with your child via that you are selecting their appropriate teacher.
You will receive confirmation of your timeslots via email that will contain a listing of the zoom links needed to meet with your childs teacher.
Please note, time slots are very limited and are working on a first come, first serve basis. In the event that there are no more slots available, parents can finish filling the form and put in how they would like to be contacted in regards to their childs progress in class.
We are having a PTA meeting on Monday, October 19, 2020. This will be our nomination meeting and the election forms will be sent out that night. The link for the zoom meeting will be sent to you prior to the meeting. Please reach out to our parent coordinator, Ms.Copeland at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
All students enrolled in blended learning will receive a thermometer on their first day of in person learning so that they can complete the health screening survey each day. Students who came to the building today for in person instruction received personal thermometers and a copy of the flyer below. Please reach out to our parent coordinator, Ms.Copeland, at email@example.com, with any questions or concerns.
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.