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Harlem Academy’s New Building

Harlem Academy has a new main campus at 655 St. Nicholas – just below 145th Street.

The brick building is 5 stories tall, and replaces 3 previous locations into one consolidated whole. ’s permanent new home is now complete and officially open at 655 St. Nicholas Avenue in Manhattan’s Hamilton Heights neighborhood. The five-story building unifies the school’s operations and classroom facilities, which were previously scattered across three rented, non-contiguous storefronts.

Harlem Academy was originally founded in 2004 and serves students in grades one through eight. As of last year, the school’s population was capped at 125 students.

The new building will allow the academy to double its enrollment of students from Harlem.

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