Congratulations Class of 2020!
Dear Academy Charter Family,
The issues of social injustice and racism resonate deeply with our students and their communities. Academy Charter believes in this fight and stands firmly with our students who continue to articulate their concerns about equality in a positive manner. We will continue to encourage our students to be a voice against social injustice and create social awareness. It is important that we listen so we can provide them the best support possible and better understand the everyday struggles that are realized.
Comments made on social media by a staff member have been brought to our attention and the staff member has been addressed. These posts do not reflect the position or views of Academy Charter High School. We believe in the fight against racism, as well as the cause of movement for police reform.
The conversation is just beginning about these complex and sensitive issues. We will work to educate both ourselves and staff on the topics of racial profiling and equality. As a school community, we will come together to support students and families to rise above the hatred and prejudice that exists. This is going to be an intense, provoking, challenging, and meaningful process as we all strive to become more educated, tolerant, and empathetic. We are committed to a unified message that people should be treated equally and that black lives matter.
Academy Charter Administrative Team
Remote Learning Grading:
To earn a 93 or ‘A’: Complete 95-100% of your assignments for each class
To earn an 85 or ‘B’: Complete 80-94% of your assignments
To earn a 77 or ‘C’: Complete 65-79% of your assignments
To earn a 70 or ‘D’: Complete 50-64% of your assignments
Academy Charter High School has partnered with the High School Esports League and brought competitive online gaming to our school. There are 4 seasons; fall, holiday, winter, and spring in which our teams will compete against other high schools across the nation. For more information about the program visit http://www.highschoolesportsleague.com/
Academy Charter High School currently has a student with a severe airborne allergy to cinnamon. It is vital that there is a strict avoidance to this substance in order to prevent a life-threatening allergic reaction. In order to provide a safe school environment, cinnamon or products containing cinnamon are prohibited from being in the school building
Coastal Habitat for Humanity
New Cell Phone Policy
COVID 19 Resources
The Monmouth County COVID-19 hotline is available Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. 732.845.2070.
732-681-8377 Ext. 11