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Albany Community Charter School prepares students for a lifetime of opportunity by helping them master primary rigorous, standards-based curriculum focused on literacy and other foundational knowledge. By aligning the efforts of all members of the school community — student, parent, teacher, principal, board, and civic organizations - we dramatically increase the chances students will be prepared to succeed when they move on to middle school, high school, college, and into the workforce. To achieve that goal, the learning community at ACCS emphasizes achievement, respect, and positive behavior.
- Small, Safe and Structured Environment
- ESL and Special Education Services
- Research-Based Math and Reading Program
- School Uniforms
- Frequent Assessment to Monitor Progress
- Weekly Awards Assembly
- High Expectation for Every Child
- Parent Involvement
- Character Education
- Co-Teacher Model
Blue Ribbon Award Winner
ACCS was named a 2012 National Blue Ribbon Award Winner!
ACCS infuses its core values into all aspect of student life. Each month students learn the meaning of each core value and how to apply them to their success in school and life: The PROMISE values are Perseverance, Respect, Optimism, Motivation, Integrity, Self-discipline, and Excellence. Our PROMISE values are displayed in every classroom, and reinforced daily as well as in our weekly and monthly assemblies in order to build character in our students.
Our staff members are talented, highly skilled individuals who are dedicated to our students’ learning. They are committed to our mission, culture and curriculum, and most importantly, our students’ success. The Albany Community Charter School is seeking experienced NYS certified applicants for all core subjects:
ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science
Interested candidates must have the appropriate certification (Urban experience and knowledge of the Common Core a must).
If you are interested in becoming part of our growing team, please submit your resume below.
Supplier Diversity Resources
A monthly magazine and annual conference for African American entrepreneurs and business owners.
The leading publication on diversity and business.
The only publication for Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs and business owners.
A bi-monthly publication that serves a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority enterprise development.
Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA)
The only federal agency dedicated to advancing the establishment and growth of minority-owned firms in the United States.
National Minority Business Council (NMBC)
A non-profit organization that expands opportunities available to small, minority and women business owners.