2019-2020 Application Open

Now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year

Now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year

Slider

ABOUT US

ABOUT US

previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

            

Events

Atoms Welcome Guest Speakers for Girls Empowerment Night

Atoms welcome guest speakers to sit on a panel at Girls Empowerment Night - a time honored middle school tradition focusing on developing strong, independent, confident young ladies at Syracuse Acadmeyof Science Charter School

Friday, May 17, 2019—Girls Empowerment Night is a time honored middle school tradition which focuses on developing strong, independent, confident young ladies at Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School. The theme for 2019 was strong, independent women in fields that have been thought of as 'male dominated' professions. Atoms welcomed four guest speakers to sit on a panel and discuss how strength, encouragement, determination and value are key components in being a successful female in any career. Guest speakers included: Spectrum News Meteorologist Vanessa Richards, United States Air Force Takeya Williams, CPS and Government Case worker Heather Douglass, and School Resource Officer and Detective Tina Black. Following the discussion Atoms enjoyed an evening of jewelry making, dance battles, open gym and a movie room.

SASCS Class of 2018 Senior Video

SASCS Class of 2018 Senior video

Friday, June 14, 2019—As our seniors get ready for their infamous walk across the stage to receive their diplomas we take a look and 'flashback' to last year's graduating class. Find out who the class of 2018 thanked, and where their adventure took them following graduation. Thank you for joining us on Facebook each Friday leading up to graduation as we shared videos from the previous graduating classes as we get ready to celebrate the class of 2019.

Atoms take field trip to Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center

Atoms visit Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center for a social studies field trip

Wednesday, May 29, 2019—Taking classroom curriculum and blending it with a hands on experience is just one way we continue to build success, one Atom at a time. The 5th grade Atoms visit Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center for a social studies field trip. Students were able to learn about the history and culture of the native peoples of Central New York. In addition, Atoms were able to see artifacts, hear stories, watch videos and more!

Musical Classics performed at Atom's Spring Concert

SASCS Atoms spring concert and art show. This year's theme was American Musical Theater.

Thursday, June 6, 2019—The gym was filled with the sound of music ranging from vocal to instrumental, as Atoms celebrated a night of the fine arts. A favorite event amongst families, the spring concert and art show highlight art related events the Atoms have been working on throughout the year. This year's theme was the American Musical Theater, and it included compilations of many recognizable pieces. The concert finale was a tune from a musical classic, 'So Long, Farewell,' from Roger and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music. Our young and talented Atoms performed this number in both German and French. Following the performances families walked through rows of student artwork, posed in the photo booth, created a picture on the large mural and also wrote fan letters. Thank you to all who helped make this such a special night.

A Successful year with the SASCS Mentoring Program

SASCS completes another successful year with its mentoring program

Wednesday, May 22, 2019—Building success, one Atom at a time. One way Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School achieves this is through our mentoring program. Each year, elementary and high school students team up, and the results are inspiring … and successful. Our elementary students look up to our high school students as role models. Throughout the year, students form great bonds and they look forward to working together next school year.

Atoms cheer on the Syracuse Mets at Education Day

SASCS Atoms attend Education Day at Onondaga County Park's NBT Bank Stadium, the home of the Syracuse Mets

Wednesday, June 5, 2019—What a gorgeous day not only for a field trip, but for baseball and 'Education Day,' as well. The 4th grade Atoms visit Onondaga County Park's NBT Bank Stadium, the home of the Syracuse Mets, for an afternoon filled with popcorn, hot dogs and of course baseball. The Atoms had a 'homerun' of a good time. From singing along to Take Me Out to The Ball Game, to trying to catch a baseball or t-shirt, this field trip was one that will certainly go down in the record books as a win. Thank you, Syracuse Mets for such a memorable event!

SASCS Alumnae Speak to Junior and Senior Atoms

SASCS alumnae Jamaicah and Tori Share college expectations and experiences with junior and senior Atoms

Friday, May 31, 2019—So, what is college really like? Funny you should ask. Alumnae Jamaicah and Tori share their collegiate experience and college expectations with our junior and senior Atoms. Jamaicah currently attends the University at Albany and Tori currently attends Canisius College.

Sail Away with Atoms on Skaneateles Lake

SASCS Atoms take a field trip with Mid-Lake Navigation as they cruise Skaneateles Lake

Monday, May 20, 2019—A nautical field trip awaited our Atoms as they set sail with Mid-Lake Navigation on a Skaneateles Lake cruise. With the sun and a few clouds in the sky our scholars bundled up and headed out to the open waters. Atoms learned about the historic town of Skaneateles, experienced sightseeing from the top deck of the boat, viewed beautiful homes of VIPs in Central New York, and learned fun facts about the lake. 

Class of 2017 SASCS Senior Video

SASCS Class of 2017 Senior Video

Friday, June 7, 2019—We are just two weeks away from the class of 2019 graduation, which means … it's time to 'flashback' to the class of 2017. Join us each week on Facebook as we share one video every Friday leading up to graduation as we get ready to celebrate. We'll save the pomp and circumstance for then … but in the meantime, sit back, relax and enjoy these videos. Please stay tuned for more details on graduation.

Guest Speaker Teaches Atoms about Preparedness

Guest speaker John Hutchinson, TLC EMT, teaches Atoms about disaster preparedness

Thursday, May 23, 2019—You can never be too prepared especially when an extreme disaster occurs. Fifth grade Atoms researched projects on extreme disasters that can occur in New York state, such as snow storms, flooding, tornados, just to name a few. John Hutchinson, a local TLC EMT, visited the classroom to speak about disaster preparedness with the students. When it comes to any type of disaster it is important to come up with a plan. From having an emergency kit, to how to leave a house in an emergency, to important items you might want in you car, all valuable information so our Atoms can be prepared for whenever a disaster might strike.

Our Partners and Supporters

Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Image is not available
Slider
  • Google Educational Tools
  • Renaissance Learning
  • IXL
  • Naviance