Chancellor Academy was founded in 1983 as a departmentalized high school for students who are classified as eligible for special services. (Click "Read More" in the bottom right-hand corner for more details).
“Creating Opportunities for Success”
“Students with Special Needs have unique needs.”
PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) testing begins on Monday, March 02, 2015 throughout New Jersey.
Chancellor Academy will post the schedule weekly.
During the week of March 2nd, the following test sessions will be held: English Language Arts/Literacy 9 and English Language Arts/Literacy 10.
Testing will be conducted in the mornings. In the event inclement weather or technical difficulties prevent testing, PARCC administration will resume on the next school day.
If you have any questions about PARCC or the testing schedule, please call the school.
Due to weather-related closing, Chancellor Academy has created a calendar change to make up for missed days. March 16th and March 27th have been made into early dismissal days. In the past, they were scheduled as closed days. Please adjust your calendars accordingly. Thank you!
Chancellor Academy's basketball team is now 7-0 after today's win! They have earned the title of Conference Champions!
Congratulations to all members of the team!
Congratulations to all students who participated in our recent ASVAB testing! Your dedication and motivation were exemplary!
It is with great sadness and we regret to inform you that, recently, a member of our school community passed away. Our sympathies are with his family and friends. Please know that all of our students have received individual and group counseling services from our staff clinicians to aid our students in processing their grief. On the "Forms and Links" section of our web site, you will find resources related to helping your child through a difficult time such as this one. We strongly urge you to talk with your child during this sensitive time and help them in processing what they may be experiencing. Please be involved and be supportive. At any point, if you feel as though your child requires extra support or appears to be struggling, please utilize the aforementioned resources and contact your child's clinician at Chancellor Academy.
We are here to support you and your children. We will take the time and care necessary to ensure that your children navigate their grieving process in healthy and functional ways.