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School Profile
2017-2018 Northeastern Academy
CEEB Code: 333865

Main Office: (212) 569-4800
Counseling Office: (212) 569-4800 Ext. 106
Principal: Loris LaBorde
Vice Principal: Carolyn Francis
Guidance Counselor:  Crystal Ferguson

Community:
Northeastern Academy is located in the Inwood section of Manhattan bordering Riverdale and the Bronx.  The population of the student body represents the African, Caribbean, African American and Latino cultures which gives us a rich global perspective. 

School:
Northeastern Academy, a private co-educational school, is owned and operated by the Northeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  The school is operated as a day academy offering a sound secondary education covering grades 9 - 12.  Northeastern Academy is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents, Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges and Universities, the National Council for Private Schools Accreditation and holds a membership in the College Board.

Curriculum:
The Academic program is organized on an A/B block schedule.  Eight (8) credits per semester is the maximum course load.  Students take four 80 minute classes per day.  Block classes meet every other day.  Block scheduling was instituted in 1999.

School Choir:
Given the rich history of 80+ years, The Northeastern Academy Choir remains true to the main emphasis of the choir program which focuses on musicianship and ministry, followed meticulously by citizenship, tradition, morale, and the spirit of God.
Under the elite direction of Mr. Antonie Brady, the Northeastern Academy Choir has developed a repertoire of choral music which ranges from classical and gospel genres as well as Negro spirituals. The Northeastern Academy Choir has contributed to society via mission trips and community partnerships to inspire others through song.  In 2016, the choir was blessed with the opportunity to open up for the world renowned Aeolians of Oakwood University.

Extra-Curricular Activities:
Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball
Hands of Praise (Praise Dance)
Conscious Imagery (Spoken Word and Art Therapy)
United Student Movement (Student Government)


Intramural Sports:
Volleyball
Basketball 
                                     
Community Partnerships:
All Stars Project, Development School for Youth

(Leadership Training program that leads to paid summer internships upon successful completion)

Children’s Aid Society PREPS Program
(Focus group geared to helping young men ascend into manhood through recreation and empowerment)

Grading Scale
A - Excellent 94-100 4.0
B - Above Average 85 - 93 3.0
C - Average 75 - 84 2.0
D - Below Average 65 - 74 1.0
F - Below Average 64 or below 0.0

GPA Calculation
Grade point average is computed using the above quality points.  Beginning with grade 9, all subjects whether passed or failed, are included in the computation.  A minimum of 27.5 credits are required for graduation.  In addition to the required 27.5 credits, each student is required to complete 80 hours of community service as a graduation requirement.  Grades are recorded on the transcript and the grade point average is computed in January and June.

Class of 2016 Profile:
24 graduates
2 Advanced Regents Diploma’s Earned
18 Regents Diploma’s Earned
 24 Local Diploma’s Earned
2 Three Year Graduates

Post High School Placement
95% matriculated to 4 year colleges and/or universities
1% matriculated to 2 year institutions
4% selected work, military service or technical instruction
 
 
 



Awards and Distinctions. 2011 – 2017
 A. Samuel Rashford of the Oakwood Alumni Association Achievement Award
Fred Facey Scholarship
Amanda Roberts Scholarship
Caring Heart Award for Community Service
Carlos Anthony Chandler College Scholarship
 Judy Y. Hall Performing Arts Award
Erma Lofton Scholarship Award
 Carlyle Donovan Memorial Award
Nauford O. Phipps Award
Erskine L. Bovell Scholarshisps
Northeastern Conference Health Association Scholarship
 Shepherdess Club Awards
Stennett H. Brooks Memorial Scholarship
Atlantic Union College Scholarships
Helping Hand Award
Dr. Roy Stone Etiquette Award
Samuel Rashford Memorial Fund
 Sylvia Modest Valedictorian Award
 Edward D. Herndon Legacy Group Scholarship



Colleges Attended by Northeastern Academy Graduates over the last five years:
Andrews University CUNY Kingsboro Community College
Oakwood University SUNY College at Albany
Washington Adventist University SUNY College at Binghamton
CUNY Brooklyn College SUNY College at Brockport
Atlantic Union College SUNY College at New Paltz
New York University SUNY College at Purchase
Pace University Southern Adventist University
CUNY Baruch College Howard University
CUNY New York City College of Technology DeVry Institute
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice Morgan State College
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College Monroe College
Temple University University of Pittsburg Bradford
Florida Hospital College LaSierra University
Northwood University University of Connecticut
CUNY Queens College St. Johns University
CUNY Lehman College Pace University
CUNY Medgar Evers College Drexel University
Rutgers University University of Alabama in Huntsville
Polytechnic University Purdue University
Alabama State University Alabama A & M University
Johns Hopkins University Iona College
Harvard University Georgetown University
Hofstra University Indiana University
Berkley College Walla Walla University
University at Bridgeport Culinary Institute of Technology
Buffalo State University University of South Florida
 
 
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