Focus On Aaron School Math Curriculum

July 31, 2014

Aaron School is a private school located in Manhattan. Founded in 2002, they consist of an elementary school, a middle school, and a high school. In elementary school, math and reading are taught in groupings. Kindergarten through second grade is put together in one group while third through fifth grades make up another group. This […]

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Focus On Ascension School Math Curriculum

July 30, 2014

Ascension School is located between Broadway and Amsterdam in New York City. Faculty attempt to instill Catholic values in students as they follow a traditional curriculum plan. The school provides educational programs for pre-kindergarten (three-year-olds) through eighth grade. The math curriculum at Ascension School of New York City starts with the premise first offered by […]

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Focus On Beit Rabban Early Childhood Program

July 29, 2014

Beit Rabban, which means “school for young children,” is a wonderful Jewish school located in Manhattan. The early childhood program is referred to as The Gan. Educating three to five year olds, The Gan offers a nurturing environment. Children learn to express themselves socially and intellectually in the classroom environment. They also engage in activities […]

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Focus On Mary McDowell Upper School

July 28, 2014

The Mary McDowell Center for Learning is a Quaker school for children with learning disabilities. As such, they have a program for elementary school students, middle school students, and high school students. The upper school program at Mary McDowell Center for Learning focuses on students from grades nine to twelve. The school is located at […]

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Focus On Aaron School Elementary Program

July 27, 2014

Aaron School is a Manhattan-based pkindergarten through twelfth grade program with a very rich curriculum. The school was founded in 2002, which makes it still new enough that you can get your children in the door without too long a wait. Focusing on special needs children, Aaron School combines therapeutic teaching practices with academics. The […]

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Focus On Legacy High School

July 26, 2014

The Child School is a school for children with learning disabilities located on Roosevelt Island. With programs for kindergarteners through twelfth grade, they have managed great success with their rigorous academic program. The high school is called Legacy High School. Legacy High School has a strong program for students in grades 9 through 12. Kicked […]

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Focus On Epiphany Elementary School Math Curriculum

July 25, 2014

Epiphany Elementary School, located in Manhattan, offers an educational program for students nursery school through eighth grade. The school uses two campuses and require students to wear uniforms. The math curriculum offers a challenging and rigorous academic regimen for all students. Students in lower grades are introduced to learning concepts that form the foundation of […]

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Focus On The Child School Middle School

July 24, 2014

The Child School is a school for children with learning disabilities located on Roosevelt Island. With programs for elementary school students, middle school, and high school, the staff have a program for each grade level from kindergarten through twelfth grade. The middle school curriculum is geared to children in grades six through eight. Faculty and […]

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Focus On The Child School Elementary Program

July 23, 2014

Nestled on Roosevelt Island’s Main Street is The Child School, a school centered on the intellectual and emotional development of children with learning disabilities. The Child School Elementary School provides an educational experience for children in kindergarten and through grade 5. Started in 1973, the school offers a rich curriculum, athletics, and co-curricular activities. Students […]

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Focus On B’Nai Jeshurun Hebrew School Lower And Middle Curriculums

July 23, 2014

B’Nai Jeshurun Hebrew School is a Jewish school in Manhattan that is more than a school. They offer support and academic services for young children and their families as well as school age children of all ages. The faculty are serious about providing an educational experience designed to acquaint students with Hebrew history and culture. […]

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Focus On B’Nai Jeshurun Hebrew School Early Childhood Program

July 22, 2014

Just off Broadway on West 89th Street in Manhattan is a Hebrew school committed to the growth of children from the earliest ages to high school. B’Nai Jeshurun Hebrew School offers education for children and support for families within a Jewish environment. The early childhood education department is designed for families with young children to […]

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Focus On Harlem Academy Middle School

July 21, 2014

Harlem Academy sits in the heart of Manhattan and offers a unique curriculum for students in lower and middle schools. The middle school is designed to help students learn good study habits that will help them succeed academically in future grades. Many students learn to study so well that they end up developing their own […]

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Focus On Harlem Academy Lower School

July 20, 2014

Harlem Academy is a unique school located in Manhattan with very strict standards of admittance. The majority of students who apply are not accepted. The school offers a lower school and a middle school. The lower school offers a rigorous ethical culture. Students encounter challenges that help build their confidence. Classes begin at 8:10 a.m., […]

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Focus On Lyceum Kennedy French-Am High School

July 19, 2014

The international school is one of the most unique educational models on the planet. There are a few examples in New York City alone. One of those is Lyceum Kennedy. Within the Lyceum Kennedy framework there is a Japanese school and a French-American school. Both are bilingual schools with specific language training in their respective […]

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Focus On Lyceum Kennedy French-Am Middle School

July 18, 2014

French-speaking students in Manhattan can get an international school education like no other at Lyceum Kennedy. The school has a French school and a Japanese school component. The French American school is further divided into preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school with a transition class for non-French speaking students. The curriculum at the […]

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