UAS Elementary School
Frankfort, NY 13340
UAS J/S High School
Frankfort, NY 13340
At Utica Academy of Science high school, the Senior Video is a time-honored tradition that is a highlight for many of the Atoms in the graduating class. After months of interviews, the Senior Video was viewed for the first time by the Class of 2022 at their high school graduation ceremony on Friday, June 24th at Utica Academy of Science GYM.
For the Senior Video, each member of the graduating class was encouraged to share their plans following graduation, words of advice for future Atoms, where they see themselves in ten years, and much more.
Today, we share with you the class of 2022's Senior Video! We wish all our students the best of luck in their future endeavors. We are many Atoms, One Family.
Please stay tuned for pictures from the Utica Academy of Science high school Class of 2022 Graduation ceremony.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2022—Utica Academy of Science elementary school’s Kindergarten Atoms discover and explore the Animal Kingdom on a field trip to the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo. During their visit, students had an opportunity to interact and get up close to pet and feed animals from all over the world. A couple of their field trip highlights include holding on to a baby goat, having animals eat right out of the palm of their hands, and for the bravest Atoms having a snake rest ever so gently on top of their head.
This action-packed day was filled with many exotic memories that the students will cherish forever. Please click here to visit our Facebook page to view additional pictures from the Utica Academy of Science elementary school's Kindergarten field trip to the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo.
Sunday, June 19th, 2022—Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there—whether you're a dad or like a dad. Your love is the greatest and most precious gift in the world.
In honor of Father's Day, we want to take this moment to wish all fathers a happy Father's Day. Thank you for all that you do in your Atoms' life. Happy Father's Day!
Friday, June 10th, 2022—Someone queue the pomp and circumstance, as it's almost time for graduation! As the Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school graduating seniors from the Class of 2022 prepare for their upcoming graduation, they first take a walk to where it all began, elementary school.
These future graduates donned their caps and gowns and walked through Utica Academy of Science elementary school halls holding hands with the youngest Atoms as classmates cheered them on. This time-honored tradition allows our Elementary Atoms to see what they can strive for and look forward to while reminding our Seniors to see where it all started.
To celebrate, elementary school teachers and students decorated and made signs to congratulate the seniors on their hard work and accomplishments.
We wish our Class of 2022 the best of luck with their upcoming graduation and future endeavors!
Friday, June 10th, 2022—We may have some future spelunkers here, as Utica Academy of Science elementary school's 4th-grade Atoms said yes to keeping adventure and exploration alive when visiting the Howe Caverns.
Their adventure began when they stepped into an elevator that took them 156 feet below the Earth's surface to a prehistoric destination 6 million years in the making. In this prehistoric cavern, stalagmites and stalactites filled the area. While many might think that being that far below the Earth's surface would be chilly, at Howe Caverns, it was constant 52 degrees Fahrenheit and 75% humidity year-round.
This geological adventure reminded the students just how deep below the Earth's surface they were when hearing every sound echo off the walls and ceilings. Atoms learned about the magnificent limestone and flowstone and conservation efforts to preserve this prehistoric location for future generations to enjoy.
The Howe Caverns is New York State's 2nd most visited Natural Attraction and a favorite field trip location amongst the Atoms. Please click here to view additional pictures from Utica Academy of Science elementary school's 4th-grade field trip to Howe Caverns.
Saturday, June 11th, 2022—Dancing, Art, Music, International Cuisine, and more as Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school embraced cultures worldwide at its time-honored event, International Day.
Organized by Utica Academy of Science teacher Sophia Putrello, International Day allows students, their families, and the community to learn about the diversity within Utica.
Throughout the event, guests could learn about over 20 different countries, watch six traditional and modern dance groups perform, taste authentic cuisine native to the represented country, view priceless works of art from the Atoms, and listen to musical performances from students. Utica Academy of Science student Muamer Hysenaj played a chiftele guitar to showcase his love for his Albanian culture, family, and ancestors.'
We want to thank WKTV for attending and covering the International Day event. As well as the Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school staff who helped make this event possible. A special thank you to our 400+ guests who attended the International Day event; your support and patronage put joy and pride into the students' eyes as they shared their culture and heritage. Please click here to view additional pictures from Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school's International Day event.
Saturday, June 4th, 2022—The Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school’s Rocket Team, composed of Almin Yahiyaa, Admir, Mohamed, Messadi, and Mohamed Alharbi never ‘cracked’ under pressure when participating in the MOST’s annual Rocket Team Challenge held at Syracuse University's Skytop Field.
This STEM competition has the Junior Division (grades 4-8) and Senior Division (grades 9-12). To compete, the teams must design and assemble a model rocket kit provided by the MOST. Upon submittal of their rocket, each team is judged on the following criteria:
Awards are given to the top 4 highest scoring teams in each division, and the team who had the rocket fly the highest, land the farthest and closest to the launch site, had the best team name, etc.
Friday, May 20th, 2022—It's never too early to start thinking about college and your career! In May, Utica Academy of Science elementary school welcomed many businesses, organizations, colleges, and universities for students to learn about various career paths through hands-on, minds-on activities and presentations. Each student received a career day passport and received stamps in their passport for actively being engaged throughout the presentation, asking questions, and exploring various career paths.
Thank you to the following businesses and organizations for taking time out of their busy schedules to participate in Utica Academy of Science elementary school's Career Day. Please click here to visit our Facebook page to view additional pictures from Career Day.
New York Power Authority
Thursday, June 2nd, 2022—Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school's Varsity Track and Field student-athletes participated in the Section 3 State Qualifier held at the North Syracuse Central School District, C-NS High School.
Please give a round of applause and congratulations to Jay Bowman for receiving First Place in the Triple Jump! Jay will be representing the Atoms in the NYSPHSAA State Championship meet next week at C-NS High School.
Congratulations to Jay, Coach Brown, and our other student-athletes. This year there have been many firsts for the Track and Field Program, with individual Section 3 Champions in the Long Jump, Triple Jump, 4 x 100 Relay, and a qualifier at the state meet. Way to go, Atoms! We are very proud of you.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2022—Utica Academy of Science junior-senior high school's Varsity Track and Field team competed in the Section 3 C-1 Championship meet. With great honor and excitement, we share the Atoms brought home many medals and will be competing tomorrow (06/02) at the Section 3 State Qualifier held at the C-NS High School in Syracuse, New York.
Congratulations to Coach Brown, Coach Paul, and the Varsity Track and Field team members on their performance. Below were the top performers at the Section 3 C-1 Championship Meet. We wish all of our student-athletes the best of luck tomorrow at the Section 3 State Qualifier.
Jay Bowman, Jazeir Brown, Ittikorn Keawpinna, and Jermaine Gaither