List of 8 items.

  • The Billy Grey Memorial Prize (AA)

    Established in 2002 as a permanent tribute to Billy Grey, a member of the Class of 2006, who fought a courageous battle with brain cancer for more than a year before he passed away in 2001 at the age of 13. THe award is given each year to a Form I student who most closely embodies the same qualities that were the essence of Billy's character.
  • The Olive Klingaman Award (AA)

    Established by David Klingaman '58 (deceased) and friends in 1987 in memory of Olive, David's mother. The award is given each year to a 4th grade student who shall be judged by the Lower School faculty and the Head of Lower School as best exemplifying the ideals of The Albany Academy by being good friends to his classmates, courteous to the faculty, who has pursued his studies diligently and who has shown sportsmanship on the fields.
  • The Ronald J. Mann '69 Endowed Fund (AA)

    Established by Mrs. Ronald Mann and the Class of 1969 to recognize a Form VI student who has excelled in academics and athletics, and who has shown a strong sense of commitment to the Academy and the community.
  • The Frederick A. Plunkett '68 Memorial Fund (AA)

    Established by friends and family to recognize annually the hockey player who has best shown by his sacrifice the most improvement in team play and dedication to the development of hockey skills.
  • The Tunis VanAntwerp Waldron '32 Prize (AA)

    Established in 1989 by his family to be given to that member of the Sixth Form who distinguishes himself both as a basketball player and as a student for his integrity, commitment and achievement.
  • The Class of 2002 Americanism Award (AAG)

    Established with a gift from Class of 2002 senior parents. The purpose of the fund is to award annually to a faculty member who best exemplifies the spirit of good citizenship and instills those virtues in his/her students.
  • The Caroline B. Mason Fund & Award (formerly the Alice Barrington Hicks Memorial Fund)

    Established in 1991 with a gift from Robert B. Hicks (deceased) and Martha Hicks Pofit. The fund is awarded to a graduating senior who exhibits outstanding character and exemplifies the values and mission of the Academies. The student receives the award in name only and then assigns the monetary award to the department of her choice. The selected department then decides in what way the award should be used.
  • The Melina Hudson Award (AAG)

    Established in 1989 with a gift from Paul and Eleanor Hudson in memory of their daughter, Melina Hudson '90. It is awarded to a Tenth or Eleventh Grade student who possesses outstanding academic effort, strong values and generosity of spirit and adventure.

The Albany Academies

The Albany Academy: 135 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
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Albany Academy for Girls: 140 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
518.429.2300  Fax: 518.463.5096

Schellenberger Alumni/ae Center: 93 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
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Our Mission

Who We Are: The Albany Academies—The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls—develop capable and confident students through single-gender education in the Lower and Middle School, and through coordinate education in the Upper School.

What We Do: Employing individualized and positive education, The Albany Academies provide students with the knowledge, skills, and character needed for leadership and success in the creative, entrepreneurial century that lies ahead.