The Episcopal School in the City of New York provides early childhood education in a nurturing environment. Students are encouraged to be independent, responsible, and centered on learning.
This nonsectarian school is located in Manhattan. It is not governed by any particular church, nor is it subsidized by any particular church. Founded in 1961 by the members of six different Episcopal parishes, The Episcopal School In The City Of New York was chartered independently with its own board of directors in 1966.
The curriculum at The Episcopal School in The City Of New York is a nice blend of structure and free play. Each activity is individualized to meet the needs of every student. Each part of the curriculum is age appropriate and allows children to explore art, music, drama, creative movement, and cooking.
Students participate in field trips and interactive science experiments.
The faculty at The Episcopal School in The City Of New York strive to instill self confidence in its students as well as an enthusiasm for lifelong learning.
Boys and girls are admitted form 2 years 5 months up through five years of age. The school year begins in September and runs through June. Classes meet in the mornings or afternoon depending on age and which group a child is placed in. Students also attend chapel services and learn Bible stories to supplement their education.
Learn more about The Episcopal School at its website.