Instead, they are kicking out students before they fail, a classic scam of the charter school types:
98 Success Academy Students Accepted To CollegeThe answer is, "No".
But is that a lot?
The New York Post seems to think so. Three times in a recent article they suggest that this is 100% of the seniors. The title “Entire Success Academy senior class accepted to college” certainly implies it. The first sentence “Every senior in one of the city’s largest charter school networks has been accepted to a college this year, officials said.” reinforces it. And the second sentence “All 98 of the 12th graders at Success Academy’s HS of the Liberal Arts in Manhattan earned admission to universities — including Yale, Penn, Duke and Georgetown.” further drives the point home.
But a responsible reporter would ask the logical follow up question. Is 98 really all the students in the class of 2020?
There were 16 more students 6 months ago, and there were 48 fewer students the year before, and this is a school which purports to take the students from elementary school through graduation from high school.
They cull the weak to juice their numbers.