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Find Out Why UAI is the Right School For You!

Hello prospective students, families and school counselors, UAI is now officially recruiting for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are a student that will be entering either the 6th or 9th grade next year, we strongly encourage you to explore The Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women. Please see our flyer for upcoming virtual open house dates and click on our most recent recruitment video!
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Check out UAI's new recruitment video

You're just one click away from seeing why UAI is the right school for you! Please enjoy our most recent recruitment video. UAI is currently recruiting students that will be entering either the 6th or 9th grade in 2021.
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Breonna Taylor would have been 27 today - June 5

In the early morning hours of March 13, 2020, Louisville Metro police broke into her home and murdered her. They shot her 8 times. They were looking for someone that was already in police custody. Breonna was unarmed and innocent. No one has been charged for her murder. We need justice!
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April 7th Family Letter from Chancellor Carranza

• School Closures: The State has announced that all schools in New York State will now remain closed through April 29, 2020.

• Regents Exams: The State has cancelled June 2020 Regents exams. Families of high school students will soon receive additional guidance regarding how this impacts graduation requirements. In short, students who planned to take Regents exams in June 2020 will be exempt from these exams in order to earn their diploma, but they still must complete the required course credits to graduate. Our goal is to make sure that students on track to graduate this year continue to remain on their path toward successful completion of high school.

• Math and ELA Tests: The State has cancelled math and English Language Arts tests for grades 3 through 8.

• AP Exams: The College Board has announced that AP exams will not be administered in school buildings, but students will be able to take AP exams at home. We will soon provide guidance to schools and students on how to implement these changes.
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