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  • Since its founding in 1986, Elite Academy has successfully prepared students for Statewide English & Math tests, the Hunter College High School admission test, Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT), and PSAT/SAT.
  • Elementary school students significantly improve their math skills, gain confidence in reading and writing, earn higher grades at school, and score better on NY Statewide English & Math tests.
  • Every year, our students receive acceptance into Hunter High School, their top choice for Specialized High School, prestigious high schools such as Townsend Harris, and Ivy League universities like Harvard, Yale, MIT, Stanford, University of Chicago, and John Hopkins.
  • We are proud of the role that our rigorous curriculum and hard-working teachers play in our students' academic accomplishments.



Headline: Focus (Education: Saturday School) PDF Print E-mail
Written by NBC Evening News   
Saturday, 27 May 1995 19:00

The nationwide trend towards Saturday enrichment education programs for kids examined; scenes shown from classes in Detroit and New York City designed to help the students cram and compete.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 April 2010 15:35
The Big Cram for Hunter High School PDF Print E-mail
Written by The New York Times   
Thursday, 01 January 2009 19:00

(Original New York Times Article)



While their friends played video games in pajamas or vacationed in the tropics, a dozen sixth graders spent winter break at Elite Academy in Flushing, Queens, memorizing word roots. Time was ticking as they prepared to face the thing they had talked about, dreamed about and lost sleep over for much of the past year: the Hunter College High School admissions exam, a strenuous three-hour test that weeds out about 90 percent of those who take it.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 April 2010 16:23
Education stats show city of wise guys, gals PDF Print E-mail
Written by DAILY NEWS   
Monday, 13 November 2006 19:00

(Original Daily News Article)


NEW YORK is getting smarter.

Well, at least more of us are getting more education, says the U.S. Census Bureau.

Among New Yorkers 25 and older, 79% had at least graduated from high school in 2005, up from 72% five years ago. And 32% had a bachelor's degree or more, compared with only 27% in 2000.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 April 2010 15:28
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