Read about Ausha-Lae Jenkins-Pryer '14 and her summer internship at Marc USA in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette!
Photo Credit: Bob Donaldson/Post-Gazette
The streak continues! Every student in the Class of 2014 has been accepted to a four-year college/university!
Some of the schools our seniors have been accepted to include...
Breaking The Cycle of Generational Poverty
At The Neighborhood Academy, we provide students with a faith-based, college-preparatory education they would not otherwise be able to obtain. Our curriculum and program intentionally focus on providing a college-preparatory education to students who demonstrate financial need. To help our students succeed academically, we also provide counseling, transportation, three meals a day, and assistance with emergency needs like medical care. The breadth of our services to students is based on the belief that there are times students face unique challenges and need much more than "school" to learn.
The Neighborhood Academy is more than a school. The Academy is dedicated to developing the minds, bodies, and spirits of our students so that they become fully productive members of our society. By so doing our students will break the cycle of generational poverty that has held them captive and deprived society of the value of their lives.
The Neighborhood Academy is a proud member of
The Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools
Tuesday, September 2nd - Student Orientation
Wednesday, September 3rd - Overnight Retreat
Monday, September 8th - Convocation - First Day of Classes
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Wednesday, September 17th
Night At The Neighborhood
A festive evening with lively company, to benefit the mission of The Neighborhood Academy!
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To safely and securely donate to The Neighborhood Academy, please follow the link below:
Consider us for your employer's United Way campaign! Our United Way Agency Code is # 221578.
After successful completion of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Educational Improvement Organization application process, The Pittsburgh Youth Scholarship Program, offered in the Homewood section of the City, is now eligible to receive Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) contributions from corporations.
"This is another tax deduction now available for companies seeking additional tax credits", says Sheila Rawlings, Sr. Development Officer for TNA. "The Neighborhood Academy is now eligible to receive EITC, OSTC, and EIO contributions from the State's EITC program. It's a win-win-win for corporations."
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