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Al-Ihsan Academy is a Muslim private school in Queens with programs for preschool-age children through twelfth grade. Classes are kept small and lessons are delivered in Arabic with a foreign language component so students can learn English. The school opened in October 1989. Information on its website currently begins at third grade. Students receive a [...]

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 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 [...]

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 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 [...]

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 Brooklyn, the St. Francis of Assissi School offers curricula for children from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The school opened its doors in East Flatbush in 1909 and is operated by the St. Francis of Assissi parish. Faculty at St. Francis of Assissi School are dedicated to teaching a traditional academic curriculum alongside a values-based [...]

Lyceum Kennedy is an international school consisting of a French language component and a Japanese component. Located in Manhattan, it offers a full bilingual program from kindergarten through twelfth grade. The preschool program includes nursery school, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten. Students learn to be creative as they prepare for elementary school. In addition to preschool, Lyceum [...]

Metropolitan Montessori School is a private school in Manhattan based on the philosophy that children learn best by playing and doing. To that end, children are given every opportunity to play and do in the context of a traditional Montessori curriculum, and that includes mathematics. Metropolitan Montessori School includes an early childhood program, a kindergarten [...]

Trey Whitfield School is a private school in Brooklyn with an early childhood program, a lower school, and an upper school. They educate through the eighth grade, preparing students for high school and college. The academic program at Trey Whitfield School is based on a strong set of moral values, integrity, and leadership. Students are [...]

International Christian School, a ministry of International Baptist Church, in Brooklyn is a K through twelfth grade school that educates children from a Christian perspective. Students get a heavy dose of religious training and study the Bible as they work through a traditional core curriculum. Math training begins in preschool. Three and four year olds [...]

New York City has plenty of organizations devoted to the education of children, special needs, religious instruction, and the development of academic, motor, social, and other important skills. But The Partnership for Inner-City Education is a unique program whose mission is grounded in Catholic values. A 501(c)3 organization, the Partnership focuses its attention on Catholic [...]

St. Mark the Evangelist School is located in the Bronx and is one of the six schools that are a part of the Partnership for Inner-City Education. Like the others, it is a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school for low-income students in the South Bronx. Pre-kindergarten begins at age three. Pre-K is for three and [...]

St. Joseph Hill Academy is a Catholic school in Staten Island, New York. The school is divided into an elementary school and a high school. The elementary school program at St. Joseph Hill Academy is designed for students from three years old through eighth grade. Students are admitted to St. Joseph Hill Academy as early [...]

St. John Villa Academy is a Catholic school located in Staten Island. With programs from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade, the school is divided into an elementary school program and a high school. The elementary school consists of pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. St. John Villa Academy founded in 1922 by the Sisters of St. John the [...]

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 [...]

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. [...]

Lyceum Kennedy, though following the international school model, is a unique school even by Manhattan and New York City standards. Offering a Japanese model as well as a French American school, the curriculum for each is bilingual and centered around the respective culture it represents. In the case of the French American School, the school [...]

Lyceum Kennedy follows the international school model with a Japanese component and a French American school component. The French American School offers a rigorous international school curriculum from nursery school through high school. The model for the school is the French educational system. Cycle 1 includes nursery school, preschool, and kindergarten. Cycle 2, also known [...]