The Eagle Academy for Young Men

The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a NYC Department of Education all boys public school educating young men of the Bronx in grades 6 through 12. Since 2004, Eagle has expanded to all five boroughs and Newark, and now educates over 3,000 young men.


Spring 2018 Programs • Mon 1/22

CORRECTION: High school students will receive their spring programs on Skedula on Monday, January 22. During Regents week, students can then take the opportunity to meet with guidance counselors. Middle school students will receive their spring programs on Monday, January 29. Spring programs for all students will not appear in PupilPath until Monday, January 29.

Regents Exam Administration • Week of 1/22

New York State Regents exams will be administered the week of 1/22. There are no classes for high school students the week of 1/22, but there are normal classes for middle school students. Scholars can view their Regents schedule in PupilPath now, and should see their guidance counselor if there are questions or changes need to be made. To see the Regents administration schedule, click here.

The mission of The Eagle Academy for Young Men is to develop young men committed to the pursuit of academic excellence, strong character, and responsible leadership.

Preparing for Flight

All Male College Fair • 10/20/17

On October 20th, over 75 colleges (and counting!) will come to the Eagle Academy for Young Men for our young men to learn about the college opportunities afforded to them. The students of the Eagle Academy for Young Men (Bronx) will be joined by other Eagle campuses and other schools from the College Board Initiative. Our young men get to meet college representatives directly and network to see which college will be a best fit for them.

College Trips • Fall 2017

This year, Eagle Bronx has scheduled four in-depth full-day college trips to SUNY Onondaga, Syracuse University, University of Albany, and the College of Saint Rose. With annual four-year college acceptance rates of over 95%, Eagle is committed to preparing our young men for college.

"It matters not how straight the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul."