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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Middle School Honor Roll Celebration!

Join us in congratulating our dedicated scholars who were recognized this morning during our Middle School Period of Progress (POP) 1 & 2 Recognition Ceremony. 20+ scholars were recognized for a GPA of 3.3 or higher!     Click Through the Gallery...

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ALCS Students Travel to Goldman Sachs for Field Trip!

Our scholars had a TIME on their field trip to Goldman Sachs! A group of Ms. Heilsberg’s students were able to be the founding group for our local Rock the Street, Wall Street program! They were welcomed with snacks and presentations telling the stories of women who...

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Welcome Mr. Williams!

High School Assistant Principal of Culture & Climate   Rahking Williams was born in Brooklyn and raised by his mother. Rahking started his career in education after transferring to Bushwick Community High School while serving as the team manager for the Historic...

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New York State Charter Schools Association Visits Albany!

The annual NYSCSA conference brings together educators and school support staff to share best practices, discuss current issues, and learn about new developments in the field of public charter schools. Some conference attendees toured our middle school building and...

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All current High School families are invited to join our building leaders on 3/7 from 4PM-6PM to tour our facility, learn more about our current academic programs and student activities and receive information about our college in the classroom courses. We can't wait to welcome you! Register here: forms.gle/78S7CxzRbBwjYzMbA ... See MoreSee Less
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Last evening students, families and faculty from Albany Leadership Charter School for Girls & Green Tech Charter School's joined together for our Black History Month collaboration event, "Consequences Dealing with Change". Students from both schools participated in a living museum which highlighted important contributions made by black individuals in history. We also enjoyed an enlightening panel discussion from our Guest Panelists further highlighting how we can be agents for change in society. Thank you to our esteemed Panelists: Dr. Albany Chief City Auditor, Dorcey Applyrs, Dr. Roxanne Booth, Dr. Robert Miller and Jasper Mills, esq. This is the first of many events we will hold. We are excited for this continued partnership that will support the development of our students as leaders in the community. GreenTech High Charter School ... See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday our Spring semester for “Rock the Street, Wall Street Mentorship Program” kicked off with 12 ALCS students and mentors from Goldman Sachs Ayco. This semester long program is available to all ALCS students. Rock the Street, Wall Street, empowers high school girls by introducing them to financial mathematics through engaging financial and investment literacy programs. Our spring mentorship pairs female students with seasoned financial professionals. We are so excited to for our continued partnership with Goldman Sachs Ayco that provides our students with early access to lucrative internship and job opportunities in the financial sector. #womensupportingwomen #womenshistorymonth #WomensHistoryMonth #womenshistory #womenwholead #womenwholeadwomen ... See MoreSee Less
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