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Our Mission

The Eagle Academy Foundation develops and supports a network of all-male, grades 6 through 12, college-preparatory schools in challenged, urban communities. We educate and mentor young men into future leaders committed to excellence in character, scholastic achievement, and community service, and we promote these principles nationally.

Our History

In 2004, a group of educators, parents, community leaders, and corporate partners, led by the One Hundred Black Men, Inc. opened the first Eagle Academy for Young Men in the South Bronx. This was the first single-sex boys public school to open in New York City in approximately 30 years, with David C. Banks serving as its Founding Principal.

In 2005, The Eagle Academy Foundation was established to improve educational outcomes for more inner-city young men by providing professional development to school administrators and teachers within and outside of the Eagle Academy network.

The Eagle Academy has grown from an inaugural class of 115 9th graders to a network of six traditional public schools in New York City and Newark, NJ.

About The
Eagle Academies

The first Eagle Academy in the Bronx is housed in a state of the art $50 million facility, serving 498 scholars.

The second Eagle Academy opened in the Brownsville/Ocean Hill section of Brooklyn in 2008, with an inaugural class of 6th graders. Eagle Ocean Hill serves 621 scholars.

The third Eagle Academy in Southeast Queens welcomed students in 2010, currently serving 426 scholars.

At the invitation of Mayor Cory Booker, the fourth Eagle Academy opened in Newark, NJ in September 2012 and now serves 204 scholars.

In September 2013, Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem opened its doors, and became the fifth school, now serving 328 scholars.

In September 2014, Eagle Academy for Young Men of Staten Island opened as the sixth school in the Eagle network of schools, now serving 350 scholars.

About the Academies

The first Eagle Academy in the Bronx is housed in a state of the art $50 million facility, serving 498 scholars.

The second Eagle Academy opened in the Brownsville/Ocean Hill section of Brooklyn in 2008, with an inaugural class of 6th graders. Eagle Ocean Hill serves 621 scholars.

The third Eagle Academy in Southeast Queens welcomed students in 2010, currently serving 426 scholars.

At the invitation of Mayor Cory Booker, the fourth Eagle Academy opened in Newark, NJ in September 2012 and now serves 204 scholars.

In September 2013, Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem opened its doors, and became the fifth school, now serving 328 scholars.

In September 2014, Eagle Academy for Young Men of Staten Island opened as the sixth school in the Eagle network of schools, now serving 350 scholars.

As of September 2020, all of the Eagle Academies for Young Men are at full capacity, serving grades 6-12. Each Eagle Academy features parental engagement, academic rigor, college preparation, extended day and Saturday programs, rituals, summer programs and mentoring all supported by The Eagle Academy Foundation.

4,000+ scholars and alumni are served across all five boroughs in New York City and Newark, NJ.

As of September 2020, all of the Eagle Academies for Young Men are at full capacity, serving grades 6-12. Each Eagle Academy features parental engagement, academic rigor, college preparation, extended day and Saturday programs, rituals, summer programs and mentoring all supported by The Eagle Academy Foundation.

4,000+ scholars and alumni are served across all five boroughs in New York City and Newark, NJ.

As of September 2020, all of the Eagle Academies for Young Men are at full capacity, serving grades 6-12. Each Eagle Academy features parental engagement, academic rigor, college preparation, extended day and Saturday programs, rituals, summer programs and mentoring all supported by The Eagle Academy Foundation.

4,000+ scholars and alumni are served across all five boroughs in New York City and Newark, NJ.

Creating a new pipeline of academic and social success for inner-city young men.

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