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Al-Ihsan Academy is a school in Queens for Muslim boys and girls. Founded in 1989, the school's focus is on providing an Islamic education to its students and preparing them for living in a non-Islamic environment. Students come from all over Queens and parts of Brooklyn. Transportation is provided. The school is still, in some [...]

The Windward School is a private school in White Plains that serves the Tri-State Area. Students attend the school from all over Manhattan and Long Island. The school has a strong academic program that caters to a broad spectrum of children. The academic program at The Windward School is language-intensive and multi-sensory with a focus [...]

The West End Day School is, as you might have guessed, located on the Upper West Side in Manhattan. The school's focus is on children ages five to thirteen who possess "mild to moderate" learning disabilities or emotional issues. The curriculum at West End Day School is designed for students who do not fit well [...]

Transfiguration School, located in Manhattan, is a Catholic school with a mission focus on immigrant children. The school was founded in 1832. Since then the school has graduated thousands of immigrant children with a grounded faith in the dignity of themselves and the human race. The school's curriculum begins at the preschool level and progresses [...]

The Ideal School is located in Manhattan and offers a special needs program for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The high school is referred to as The Academy. The elementary school grades utilize an inclusion program. Faculty are dedicated to inspiring academic excellence in all students. The classes are kept small to maximize individual [...]

On Roosevelt Island in Manhattan there is a special needs school called The Child School. Founded in 1973, the school consists of an elementary school program, a middle school, and a high school geared toward students with learning disabilities. From the earliest ages, faculty strive to make every child at The Child School feel important. [...]

Leif Ericson Day School is a Christian day school located in Brooklyn. Having won awards for its service to preschoolers through middle school children, the school offers a rigorous academic curriculum coupled with religious instruction. Students at Leif Ericson Day School begin studying math as soon as they are admitted. At ages three and four, [...]

Temple Shaaray Tefila is a Jewish congregation in Manhattan with educational programs for children and adults of all ages. The early childhood program focuses on introducing young children to Jewish concepts and Jewish identity. In elementary school, students grow in their knowledge and understanding of Judaism, which prepares them for the upper school program. Like [...]

Focus On NY Preschool

New York Preschool is an extension of NY K!ds Club, an enrichment program for young children that provides educational classes, fun events, and day camps. The preschool part of the program is available for children ages two through four-and-a-half. The program got its start in 2001. Students are encouraged to be themselves through challenging activities [...]

Temple Shaaray Tefila is a Jewish synagogue in Manhattan. As a part of their lifelong learning academy, the synagogue offers learning programs for early childhood students, elenentary school students, middle and high school students, and adults. The early childhood program is designed to introduce preschool-age children to Jewish concepts. This includes nursery school students. The [...]

Do you know a child who has a passion that they would like to pursue further? Music? Soccer? Science? Drawing? Video Game Design? Debate? If they are in 2nd to 8th grades in a school in NYC (public, private, charter, homeschool), then they are eligible for the second annual Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund’s Discover [...]

Temple Israel of the City of New York is a Jewish synagogue in Manhattan with educational programs from early childhood through high school. The educational center is called the Temple Israel Lifelong Learning Center. The Lifelong Learning Center offers the following childhood development programs: Early Childhood Learning Center K-6 program The Academy, a program for [...]

Focus On Temple Shaaray Tefila

Temple Shaaray Tefila is a Jewish congregation located in Manhattan. More than a synagogue. The temple serves as a community for Reform Jews in New York City. The temple got its start in 1845 as an Orthodox Jewish temple. Over time, the focus has shifted to a Reform perspective. Educational opportunities at Temple Shaaray Tefila [...]

The Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan is a Jewish private school with an elementary program and a middle school program. The curriculum consists of Judaic Studies alongside General Studies that prepare students for secondary school and beyond. The kindergarten math program cultivates a fundamental understanding of math concepts while developing basic math and problem solving [...]

In Manhattan, there is an all girls Catholic school that goes by the name of St. Vincent Ferrer High School. The school is a parochial school in the Dominican tradition and was established by the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs in 1884. The faculty at St. Vincent Ferrer High School place a [...]

ISAAGNY Board 2014

The Independent Schools Admissions Association of Greater New York (ISAAGNY) is a not-for-profit organization that strives to further a spirit of cooperation among Member Schools by coordinating admissions practices and procedures in order to help ensure an orderly, fair, and professional admissions process and thereby serve the educational purposes of the Member Schools. There are [...]

Stephen Gaynor School is one of the most unique private schools in New York City. Located in Manhattan, it is a non-profit school whose mission is to provide an individualized learning experience for children with learning differences. The school was founded in 1962 with two rooms. It has since expanded into a 37,000 square foot [...]

Temple Israel of the City of New York is a Jewish congregation located in Manhattan. In addition to its worship programs, the temple has a lifelong learning center that includes programs for early childhood development, K-12 educational curricula, and educational opportunities for adult learners. Educating children from a progressive Jewish perspective, the school got its [...]

This post is from the NYC Private Schools Blog AdConnect Platform. Have you ever dreamt your children could think and learn in two or more languages? Have you ever wished your children would broaden their horizons beyond home to fully understand and appreciate the global community in which they live? If you answered yes to [...]

St. Gregory the Great School is a Manhattan-based Catholic private school whose mission is to instill Christian values in its students while preparing them for high school and college academically. Students learn to think critically and solve problems while receiving a well-rounded education. Starting with preschool and working up through eighth grade, students prepare for [...]

Founded in 1951, Our Lady of Grace School in Brooklyn has discovered a way to educate Catholic children in religious instruction as well as traditional educational curricula. The school begins in nursery school and takes children through eighth grade. The math curriculum at Our Lady of Grace School is based on New York's Common Core [...]