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Current NEWS


February 1, 2018

By the time you receive this we will have started our second semester of classes. It is really important to remember that our courses are annualized. This means that students final scores in June are what goes on their transcripts. It is important to remember that colleges are looking for strong Grade Point Averages (GPA) and SAT scores. All students should be aiming for a minimum of an 80 GPA. On March 21 all 11th grade students will take the SAT at school, free of charge. All 10th graders will take the PSAT on this day as well. The PSAT is the Pre-SAT and gives students an opportunity to practice this exam.

Our 5th marking period runs from January 30-February 15. All work for Marking Period 5 is due by 6:00 pm on Thursday February 15. We will also have our first spirit week of the year that week.

Monday Is Pajama Day

Tuesday is Twin Day,

Wednesday is Formal Day (for Valentine's day)

Thursday- College/Team Day

On Thursday we will have a staff vs student soccer game before we head off for MidWinter Recess. There are no classes Friday February 16 through Sunday February 25. Students return to school on Monday February 26.

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Current NEWS


February 1, 2018

By the time you receive this we will have started our second semester of classes. It is really important to remember that our courses are annualized. This means that students final scores in June are what goes on their transcripts. It is important to remember that colleges are looking for strong Grade Point Averages (GPA) and SAT scores. All students should be aiming for a minimum of an 80 GPA. On March 21 all 11th grade students will take the SAT at school, free of charge. All 10th graders will take the PSAT on this day as well. The PSAT is the Pre-SAT and gives students an opportunity to practice this exam.

Our 5th marking period runs from January 30-February 15. All work for Marking Period 5 is due by 6:00 pm on Thursday February 15. We will also have our first spirit week of the year that week.

Monday Is Pajama Day

Tuesday is Twin Day,

Wednesday is Formal Day (for Valentine's day)

Thursday- College/Team Day

On Thursday we will have a staff vs student soccer game before we head off for MidWinter Recess. There are no classes Friday February 16 through Sunday February 25. Students return to school on Monday February 26.

Welcome


Welcome to The Urban Assembly Maker Academy

 

Welcome


Welcome to The Urban Assembly Maker Academy

 


You can see all the data from our NYC DOE 2014-2015 School Quality snapshot  here


IN YEAR TWO, 82% OF 10TH GRADERS ARE MEETING COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS BENCHMARKS FOR EVIDENCE-BASED READING AND WRITING ON THE PSATS.
— PSAT Report Data 2015
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Contact Us


Location and contact information for UA Maker Academy

The Urban Assembly Maker Academy

(Murry Bergtraum Campus)

411 Pearl Street, Rm 417 (main office)
New York, NY 10038

p: (212)225-0890

F: (212) 225-0991

E: info@uamaker.nyc 

Directions to The Urban Assembly Maker Academy: 

2, 3 to fulton street

A, C to fulton street

4, 5, 6 to Brooklyn Bridge - City Hall

J, Z to Chambers Street

Take the 456JZ to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall. Walk east towards Police Plaza (towards the red sculpture as if you are walking into Police Plaza).  There is an obscured stairwell to the right of Police Plaza.  Take that and walk parallel to the Brooklyn Bridge. The Bergtraum Campus Building is a large brown triangle shaped building, just after you pass the Police Plaza parking lot.  Turn left and walk along the parking lot to  enter on northeast side off of Pearl Street (diagonally across from Rite Aid).  You will be asked to present photo identification when you sign in!

Contact Us


Location and contact information for UA Maker Academy

The Urban Assembly Maker Academy

(Murry Bergtraum Campus)

411 Pearl Street, Rm 417 (main office)
New York, NY 10038

p: (212)225-0890

F: (212) 225-0991

E: info@uamaker.nyc 

Directions to The Urban Assembly Maker Academy: 

2, 3 to fulton street

A, C to fulton street

4, 5, 6 to Brooklyn Bridge - City Hall

J, Z to Chambers Street

Take the 456JZ to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall. Walk east towards Police Plaza (towards the red sculpture as if you are walking into Police Plaza).  There is an obscured stairwell to the right of Police Plaza.  Take that and walk parallel to the Brooklyn Bridge. The Bergtraum Campus Building is a large brown triangle shaped building, just after you pass the Police Plaza parking lot.  Turn left and walk along the parking lot to  enter on northeast side off of Pearl Street (diagonally across from Rite Aid).  You will be asked to present photo identification when you sign in!