Our Mission

The mission of Albany Leadership Charter School for Girls is to prepare young women to graduate from high school with the academic and leadership skills necessary to succeed in college and the career of their choosing.


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Students earn a college credit before graduation

College Acceptance

Albany Leadership graduates young women that are prepared to enter the college of their choice. Accordingly, the ALCS college admissions process is in depth and individualized. ALCS counselors begin their work with students immediately upon entry into the school and continue through the college application process and on to graduation.

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ALCS HS Hosts Homecoming Dance!

We are living for these pictures from our High School Homecoming 2024! Thank you so much to Shaleem Love Photography for capturing beautiful moments of our scholars. Mrs. Woods and Ms. Hines, thank you for putting in the love and dedication into setting up and...

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ALCS 6th Grade Class Visits the NYS Museum

Check out our 6th graders! Our 6th grade scholars visited the New York State Museum and learned more about the Ice Age, the Adirondacks Wilderness, and the Native Peoples of New York. Their visit ended with a fun carousel ride! Thank you to our entire 6th Grade Team...

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Junior Panthers Winter Fest

Wednesday, December 20th was our Junior Panthers C.L.E.A.R Winter Fest and we are so proud of our students, volunteers, staff, and donors for EVERYTHING they put together for this event. It was so much fun ringing in the holiday season with everyone and being able to...

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Russell Sage College Hosts ALCS ICAN Holiday Party

Our ALCS ICAN (I Can Achieve a Nursing Degree) 2024 Cohorts had an amazing time at their holiday party, surrounded by their mentors, staff, and classmates. We are truly grateful to Russell Sage College for hosting such an incredible celebration, and thank you to our...

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We are tipping our hats to those who brought #blackgirlmagic to Invention! ... See MoreSee Less
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Despite all the hardship of being a Black person in Colonial America, some Black people were able to defy the harsh conditions and create art. Today we're learning about a teenager who attained literacy and wrote poems that reached a large slice of the population and helped changed the ways that white Colonists thought about Black people. ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you ready for some football? ALCS students are invited to sign-up for flag football! Tryouts begin: 3/11/24. Leadership Football Mini Camp - 3 SessionsSATURDAYS: 10am to 12pmFebruary 24th / March 2nd / March 9thFor questions contact our Athletic Director, Mr. Shields at dshields@albanyleadership.org. Sign-up link: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc8GyfJk-j9rRsW4zDRAhFo7JFUuJ5APBqVXiGql79EqL7KHg/viewform ... See MoreSee Less
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