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Nurturing Minds

& Cultivating   


Be Part of TNA's Flourishing Journey.

Your gift ensures every student receives:

College preparatory curriculum and technology

Wrap around services including: three meals a day, transportation, counseling and more

Supportive environment, caring faculty and staff.



“Education is a precondition to survival in America today.”  

–Marian Wright Edelman

growth (ˈgrōth )
noun: An increase, a in size, number, value, or strength; extension or expansion

From our founding in 2001 in a renovated warehouse on Penn Avenue serving 8 th and 9th grade students to our current 7.9 acre campus with 166 students in grades 6-12, The Neighborhood Academy has been steadfast in our mission to provide boys and girls from under-served communities with the educational, spiritual, and emotional resources necessary to succeed. We have never let income be the factor determining which children succeed and which children do not. The results show that students at TNA are prepared for college and leadership, and becoming everything they are meant to be!

The opening of our Middle School for Boys in 2017 was hugely successful, and during this 2023-2024 academic year, we welcomed 16 confident and motivated girls as the inaugural cohort of our Middle School for Girls allowing TNA to provide parallel opportunities for equitable outcomes.

With your support, TNA can ensure every current and future TNA student is provided an outstanding academic experience and support as they pursue their passions. Through the generosity of Mrs. Eileen Glenn, the impact of your gift can be doubled, through a $25,000 matching ‘Challenge Grant’.

As the growth of The Neighborhood Academy continues, our vision is focused on the decades ahead and advancing the future of the school.

We thank you in advance for your continued support of TNA as we support our students' success in college and beyond.

With gratitude and appreciation,

Dr. Anthony P. Williams
Head of School

This $25,000 dollar-for-dollar challenge grant has been generously donated by Mrs. Eileen Glenn.

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