To kick off March Madness, Equality Charter High School hosts eight week Zumba fitness classes for employees to de-stress and stay fit. Bronx YMCA’s Instructor Madelyn Montijo ensures that employees don’t leave until they are dripping sweat! Check out photos below.
If you were with Equality last year, then you may be aware that our 9th grade scholars worked on a big performance task that included a trip to Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture where they discussed food culture, sustainable farming, and the use of GMOs. Because the performance task was such a success, […]
Classic Stage Company hosted workshops with eleventh graders at ECHS about Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors.” The representatives from CSC, Amber and Anita did a great job at keeping our scholars engaged. Our scholars got to analyze sonnets, creates tableaus and act out the most important scenes from the play. We are thankful for this […]
Over the weekend, two Equality Charter Middle School scholars competed in the 2017 USATF Hershey Youth Indoor Championships for track and field. 6th grader Dontae Lindo ranked 4th place in the 3000 meter run, 11th for the 800 meter run and 7th for the 1500 meter run in his division. 8th grader Gabriel Crump placed 10th for […]
On February 7, 2017 we held our first orientation for the High School Diploma Preparation Program! More than 30 Bronx Community Members attended to hear about our program partnership with the City University of New York’s Bronx Community College. Highlights included: Motivational Speaker Johan Powell who motivated attendees on the value of furthering their education and […]
Welcome Families! Please join us on the evening of March 1st at 5pm to learn about Equality Charter Middle School and what makes our school a unique educational environment for scholars to excel. Meet our great teachers, staff and tour our school. We hope to see you there!
Last week, Equality Charter Middle School scholars participated in the “Sandy Hook Promise,” which was coordinated by the Student Council. The “Sandy Hook Promise,” was founded after the Sandy Hook shooting, in an effort to promote teaching scholars how to reach out to other scholars who may feel socially isolated. You can find more information about […]
Each Friday since the beginning of December, approximately a dozen scholars meet up each week and have been constructing three VEX robots. These complicated, metallic robots are nearly complete and soon the scholars will begin programming. While certainly difficult and occasionally frustrating, our ECS scholars have shown a natural ability in engineering and computer science. […]
On Thursday, February 2nd, the MS basketball teams traveled to Henry Hudson with a match-up against Atmosphere. It was a convincing win for both boys and girls. David Hutchinson led all scorers with 11 pts and 5 steals . Dwayne Pennicooke and Eber Ponce added 9 & 7 pts respectively with the final score reading […]
On Saturday, January 28th, Equality played against the first place Metropolitan Lighthouse. They fought back from a double digit deficit to cut Metro’s lead to 5, but that was as close as they were able to get with the final score reading 15-34. The coaches feel if the team stays focused and plays together wins […]