Atoms ‘Know Thyself’ when visiting Hamilton College

Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school ENL students learned how Hamilton College prepares its students to ‘know thyself’ and how to live a life of meaning, purpose and active citizenship during their college visit.

Wednesday, February 9th, 2022Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school ENL students bundled up to go and visit Hamilton College. During their college visit, students learned how Hamilton College prepares its students to ‘know thyself’ and how to live a life of meaning, purpose and active citizenship. Throughout the day, students shared their plans for college, ideas and what it means to be a college student.

A Glowing Good Time with the Crazy 8’s Math Club

Utica Academy of Science elementary school students in the Crazy 8’s Math Club learned about 2D geometrical shapes and repeating patterns using glow sticks.

Monday, February 7th, 2022The Utica Academy of Science elementary school's Crazy 8's Math Club enjoyed their first-ever meeting, where students learned about 2D geometrical shapes and repeating patterns using glow sticks. During their meeting, Atoms worked together to create geometrical designs of repeating shapes and put their problem-solving skills to the test to determine how to create new geometrical shapes by removing one glow stick. Keep up the great work, Atoms!

Bump. Set. Spike. It’s Senior Night At UAS

Utica Academy of Science Junior-Senior High School recognized its seven senior student-athletes during the Lady Atoms Volleyball match.

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2022Utica Academy of Science Junior-Senior High School recognized its seven senior student-athletes during the Lady Atoms Volleyball match. Students and their families received balloons, flowers, and a special commemorative gift.

We want to thank the Athletic Booster Club for arranging the special gifts for this occasion. Please click here to visit our Facebook page to view more pictures from this event.

National School Counseling Week 2022

In honor of National School Counseling Week, we want to thank our school counselors for their hard work in helping the Atoms inside & outside the classroom.

Tuesday, February 8th, 2022In honor of National School Counseling Week, SANY Charter Schools want to take this time and thank all of our school counselors for their hard work in helping the Atoms become successful in every aspect of their lives. School counselors play a pivotal role in our students' lives inside and outside the classroom. From listening to helping them strive and plan for a rewarding future, and so much more. Thank you for all that you continue to do for our students and their families. Many Atoms, One Family!

A Black History Month Celebration Exhibit

 Utica Academy of Science Junior-Senior High School created an interactive exhibit for students to learn about influential African American citizens in honor of Black History Month.

Thursday, February 3rd, 2022In honor of Black History Month, Utica Academy of Science Junior-Senior High School created an interactive exhibit for students to learn about influential African American citizens. In this exhibit, students will learn about leaders such as Langston Hughes, Thurgood Marshall, George Washington Carver, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Mae Jemison, Rosa Parks, and more. In addition, students will have an opportunity to share their dreams for the future by writing them on the door of room 184. We invite all our students to come and explore this exhibit now through March to celebrate Black History Month. A special thank you to Mrs. G for all her hard work in creating this exhibit in honor of Black History Month.

Boys Soccer Recognized as CSC Division Champions

Utica Academy of Science Boys Varsity Soccer team was honored and recognized for their CSC Division Championship Banner Ceremony during the Boys Varsity Basketball Game vs. Little Falls.

Monday, January 24th, 2022In late January, the Utica Academy of Science Boys Varsity Soccer team was honored and recognized for their CSC Division Championship Banner Ceremony during the Boys Varsity Basketball Game vs. Little Falls. Each team member of the Boys Varsity Soccer team received a Center State Conference Championship Patch. In addition, the 6th-grade Drum Team led by music teacher Ms. Parr provided a halftime performance to help pep up the crowd. Congratulations Atoms!

Slam Dunk! Boys Basketball featured on WKTV

Utica Academy of Science boys basketball team makes headlines against Little Falls, as they remain undefeated in Center State Conference Play.

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022The Utica Academy of Science boys basketball team continues to make headlines for their impressive performance this season. On Tuesday, the Atoms defeated Little Falls for the second time this week and remain undefeated in Center State Conference (CSC) play.

Utica Academy of Science Atoms Donald Grant Jr. led with 17 points, and Donelious King Jr. had 13 points in the victory over the Mounties. The Atoms improve to an 11-2 overall record and 6-0 in CSC play.

Click here to watch the post-game highlight video featured on WKTV.

Lady Atoms Win 3 Sets to 1 against Herkimer

 the Varsity Volleyball team with multiple aces, which led to the victory over Herkimer!   The Lady Atoms will be traveling to Herkimer for their next Volleyball game on Friday.

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022Congratulations to the Utica Academy of Science Lady Atoms on their victory against cross-town rival Herkimer. The Lady Atoms won 3 sets to 1.

The athlete of the game goes to Adela Sokolar, who led the Varsity Volleyball team with multiple aces, which led to the victory over Herkimer!

The Lady Atoms will be traveling to Herkimer for their next Volleyball game on Friday.

‘Hope is Winning’ with Mrs. Winter’s 4th Grade Class

Utica Academy of Science 4th grade Atoms in Mrs. Winter’s class prepares shoe patterns for Sole Hope to create handcrafted shoes to benefit Uganda citizens.

Monday, January 10th, 2022Utica Academy of Science 4th grade students in Mrs. Winter's class put their creativity to work to help make a difference and impact in the lives of thousands of people in Uganda by hosting a 'Shoe Party' on National 4th Graders day! The shoe party will benefit the non profit organization, Sole Hope who helps restore the health, and hope of the citizens in Uganda by using jeans and turning them into shoes to help prevent jigger infestation for the people who wear them.

For those not familiar with jiggers, thousands of vulnerable people in Uganda suffer from this crippling parasite. In fact, Jiggers keep kids from going to school, running, and playing. They prevent people from walking and working.

During the shoe party, the Atoms played a vital role in preparing the shoes by cutting out shoe pattern from an old pair of jeans. From here, the fabric will be used to finish the handcrafted shoes in Uganda and will allow the citizens to protect their feet from the harsh conditions. Each year, Sole Hope handcrafts roughly 11,000 shoes, and with the help of the Atoms they are just one step closer!

What an inspiring story, Atoms - way to make a great difference and impact in the world!

Boys Basketball Scores Big Against Marauders

On January 4th Utica Academy of Science varsity boys basketball beat the Sherburn-Earlville Marauders with a score of 92-34. Atoms are ranked 1st in their league.

Tuesday, January 4th, 2022A slam dunk victory over the Sherburne-Earlville Marauders leads the Atoms to a record of 9-1, and are ranked 1st in their league. The Atoms dominated the entire game with a score of 92-34. Below are some of the stats from Tuesday's game.

Atoms scoring in double figures

  • Donelius King jr, 14
  • Donald Grant jr, 15
  • Wol Machteng, 12
  • Devon Williams, 12
  • Najalique Taylor, 16

The play of the game goes to Wol Machtang with an alley-oop dunk to end the first-half.

Congratulations Atoms, and way to make those 'SWISHES' come true!

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Frankfort, NY 13340
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