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Corlears School, in Manhattan, offers a unique collaborative approach to education. Started in 1968, the school has grown to be of respectable size. It provides classroom experiences for early childhood and elementary school grades through fifth grade. The elementary school is divided into two segments: Lower Grades and Upper Grades. The lower grade classrooms are [...]

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Corlears is a unique Manhattan-based nursery school, preschool, and elementary school. It was started in 1968 by a group of parents and a nursery school leader. Since then, it has grown into a full-fledged elementary school with a child-centered focus. Based on a collaborative learning environment, students meet in mixed age classes that prepare them [...]

The British International School is one of New York City's finest and most original schools. A part of the international school tradition, the school uses the English National Curriculum along with the International Baccalaureate Curriculum. Education begins in preschool and runs up through the 14th year. Students are divided into an early childhood program, a [...]

The Blue School is a relatively new school in New York City and in a short time has captured the essence of change in American education that a lot of people have been looking for. The school offers a preschool component, or Pre-Primary Program, a Primary Program, and a middle school. The Primary Program consists [...]

In Brooklyn there is a school with a unique vision and that exists within a fairly large U.S. network of schools. Basis Independent Brooklyn is a K-12 preparatory school that is part of the BASIS group of schools, which established itself in 1998 for the sole purpose of changing American education. They've done that. The [...]

St. Joseph Hill Academy is a Catholic school located in Staten Island. The school provides a safe learning environment for girls fin high school and boys and girls from preschool through eighth grade. Beginning at age three, students learn math concepts using manipulatives and playing fun games. At age 4, students develop their pre-math skills [...]

Yeshiva Har Torah is an Orthodox Jewish school for boys and girls located in the Little Neck neighborhood of Queens. In a strong atmosphere of love and support, faculty educate students in a traditional academic curriculum coupled by a focus on Zionism and Medinat Yisrael. The yeshiva is divided into three educational programs: Early childhood [...]

Queens Paideia School is an independent school with a K-12 curriculum. Founded in 2009, the school uses the Singapore Math curriculum. Information about the school's math curriculum is on the school's website. The school groups students by ages, not grades. The math curriculum is divided in such manner: Foundations of Number Sense: Ages 5-7 Number [...]

In the Woodhaven neighborhood of Queens, NYC, there is a Catholic parish that goes by the name of St. Thomas the Apostle. Their school, St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy, offers a special curriculum centered on the Catholic faith. Education begins at the pre-kindergarten level, and students work their way through eighth grade. Formal math [...]

In Queens, St. Francis of Assissi School offers a Catholic education from preschool through eighth grade. Starting at age 2, students get a well-rounded education that includes all the core subject areas and religious instruction. Elementary school begins in first grade and runs through fifth. Students enrolled at St. Francis of Assissi enter the first [...]

St. Fidelis Elementary School is a private school located in Queens. It's a Catholic school offering a program of classes from nursery school through eighth grade. The school is located in College Point. Starting in nursery school, students get a well-rounded curriculum that teaches them the core subjects as well as religious instruction. Students in [...]

Promise Christian Academy is a Christian private school in Flushing, Queens affiliated with the Full Gospel New York Church. Teachers and administrators believe it is the parent's responsibility to educate their children. The school was started in 2000 to provide a multi-ethnic organization to meet the academic and spiritual needs of the children in their [...]

The Razi School is a Muslim school located in Queens. Faculty begin educating Islamic students in pre-kindergarten and the curriculum runs through high school. The school offers tremendous academic opportunities for students in Queens and the surrounding communities. Preschool at Razi School consists of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. In pre-kindergarten, teachers prepare students for entry into [...]

Martin De Porres School is a fairly new private school in Queens. The school opened its doors in the Springfield Gardens neighborhood in 1972. The school approaches educational topics from the Lasallian tradition. Martin De Porres School has a strong academic program beginning in elementary school and running through high school. Students have classes for [...]

Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School opened its doors in 1967. The school offers a bilingual education to students in nursery school through sixth grade. Students get a traditional American curriculum delivered in both English and the Armenian language as they also learn more about the Armenian culture. Teachers start teaching math as early as nursery [...]

Focus On Al-Ihsan Academy Math

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, [...]