Incarnation School is a private Catholic elementary school in the heart of Washington Heights. Founded in 1910, Incarnation is dedicated to providing the foundation for each child to develop into successful leaders. Incarnation School affirms the uniqueness of each child and concentrates on the intellectual, spiritual, moral, aesthetic, social, and physical growth of your child. The administration, faculty, and staff of Incarnation School undertake this responsibility within the context of Catholic tradition. The school strives to provide a climate in which students feel safe and mature as thinking, ethical people, who are sensitive to the needs of others.School At-a-Glance
FREE 3K For ALL and UPK Programs (UPK Site # 06MAEE), Grades K to 8; Follows the Essential Learnings of the Archdiocese of New York and the New York State Standards; Breakfast program; Extensive after-school enrichment program; Title I Math and Reading programs; Fully equipped Computer lab; Religious instruction; Library; CYO Basketball; Track; Drama club; Arts Festival.
La Salle Academy strives to educate young men of diverse cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds with special outreach to those most in need. The school provides a nurturing environment, which fosters spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional and physical growth in the Catholic tradition and the Lasallian spirit. La Salle Academy fosters a community environment within the school and encourages your son to develop his gifts and talents for his own personal growth, as well as to engage in the caring service of others.School At-a-Glance
Religious instruction; Enrichment program includes: Computer instruction, Physical Education, Health Education, Art, Music, Accounting, Anatomy and Physiology, Computer Applications, Computer Programming, Criminal Law, Finance, and Foreign language; Academic Support Services; Sports programs include: Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, and Track; Extra-curricular activities include: Asian Club, Chess Club, Debate Club, Drama, Model U.N., S.W.A.T., and Student Newspaper
Loyola School strives to provide an independent school education in the Ignatian tradition. Loyola School is committed to challenging your child religiously, intellectually, aesthetically, physically, and socially. In keeping with the Ignatian spirit of cura personalis (care for the whole person), the school strives to develop the diverse and unique talents of each member of the Loyola community, and encourages the use of these talents to serve others for the greater glory of God.School At-a-Glance
Middle States Accredited; SmartBoards in every classroom; Library; Computer lab; Enrichment program includes: Fine Arts, Foreign language, Health Education, and Physical Education; Extra-curricular activities include: Art, Eucharistic Ministers, Literary Magazine, Math League, Music, School Newspaper, Peer Leadership, Photography, Speech Team, Student Government, and Yearbook; Sports programs include: Girls Basketball, Softball, and Track, Boys Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, and Track, and Co-ed Golf
Marymount School is an independent, Catholic day school founded to educate girls in a tradition of academic excellence and moral values. The school strives to encourage a commitment to responsible living in a changing world. Emphasizing classical disciplines, the arts and scientific inquiry, the rigorous college preparatory curriculum fosters the intellectual, aesthetic, physical, and spiritual development of students and incorporates technology as an essential tool for learning.School At-a-Glance
Chartered by the New York State Board of Regents; Accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools; After-school programs; Fully equipped Science and Technology laboratories (Physical Sciences lab, Life Sciences lab, Physics, Advanced Math center, General Sciences lab); Classrooms with SmartBoards; Art studios; Computer center; Reading center; Foreign language center; Physical Education; Gymnasium; Courtyard play area; Chapel; Library complex (print collection, on-line catalogue and computerized reference materials); Varsity and junior varsity sports; Summer camp
Founded in 1926, Marymount School is a girls independent, college preparatory, Catholic day school. Committed to the founding vision of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, the school strives to educate young women to their full potential in a challenging, stimulating and value-centered learning environment. Marymount School provides for your daughter’s total growth intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically. Dedicated faculty prepare young women to care, serve, and lead as they challenge, shape, and change the world.School At-a-Glance
Grades K to 8: Chartered by the New York State Board of Regents; Accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools; After-school programs; Fully equipped Science and Technology laboratories (Physical Sciences lab, Life Sciences lab, Physics, Advanced Math center, General Sciences lab); Classrooms with SmartBoards; Art studios; Math center; Computer center; Reading center; Foreign language center; Physical Education; Gymnasium; Courtyard play area; Chapel; Library complex (print collection, on-line catalogue and computerized reference materials); Varsity and junior varsity sports; Summer camp
Founded in 1949, Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School is a private Catholic elementary school in Harlem. The school provides superior Pre-K to grade 8 education, combining the best of current teaching and technology with traditional values in a warm and caring atmosphere. Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School views each child as an individual with unique talents and needs. The school’s dedicated administration and faculty make it possible for all students to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually within a caring school community.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K to 8; After-school program; Free breakfast program; Extended Day program (grades K-8); Religious Education; Computer Center (34 computers, SmartBoard technology, extensive software library, and access to chrome books); and Physical Education program. Enrichment program includes: Library Program (newly refurbished with over 7,000 volumes, Full-time library teacher, Library Connections program), Accelerated Reader Program, Performing arts program includes: Violin, Choral music, and Ballroom dance classes. Visual Arts program includes: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, and Printmaking; Extra-curricular activities include a comprehensive after-school program that offers enrichment in STEM, sports, and performance violin.
Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Ursula, Notre Dame School is a college-preparatory school for girls located in the historic Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. Named one of the Outstanding High Schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report, Notre Dame provides a challenging curriculum, which integrates classroom learning with educational opportunities in culture, science, arts, and technology. For nearly 100 years, Notre Dame has had a reputation for high academic standards while providing a warm and family-like environment.School At-a-Glance
Middle States Accredited; Advanced Placement (AP) courses in Art History, Calculus, English, U.S. Government, and U.S. History; Classes in American Studies through the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History; Faith formation program includes: Values Curriculum, Community Service, and Student Retreats; Fully equipped Science labs; SmartBoard technology; Foreign language program; Extra-curricular activities include: Art, Drama, Literary Magazine, Chorus, Student Government, Yearbook, and National Honor Society; Sports programs include: Basketball, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Running, and Tennis
Founded in 1912, Our Lady of Lourdes School is dedicated to providing a foundation for each child to develop into a successful leader. Our Lady of Lourdes School affirms the uniqueness of each child and concentrates on the intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical growth of every student. The school provides an atmosphere in which students feel safe and mature into thinking, ethical individuals sensitive to the needs of others. Our Lady of Lourdes School is the recipient of the 2018 Blackbaud Award as an Outstanding School.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K3, Private Pre-K 4, and Kindergarten to 8; After-school program (grades Pre K through 4) from 2:45 PM- 6:00 PM; Free breakfast program starting at 7:15 AM; AdvancEd Accredited; Fully-equipped Science lab; Media center; Technology Classes, iPads and ChromeBooks in all classes (wireless internet access); ITV technology in all classrooms; Italian Grades Pre K 3 – 4, Spanish Grades 5 – 8; Library (with listening center); Arts Program (Modern and African Dance with the Alvin Ailey Dance Company); Creative Classrooms Art program (painting, drawing, sculpting, print making); Music program and Choir; Physical Education; Basketball program; Track, Tennis, Volleyball, Yoga, Piano classes
Founded in 1930, Our Lady of Pompeii promotes academic excellence in an atmosphere that nourishes the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and moral development of each child. The dedicated staff collaborates to prepare students to be leaders in a global society by fostering a sense of responsibility and integrity. While striving to model the unconditional love of God, Our Lady of Pompeii encourages each child to develop his/her gifts in order to serve others so as to build God’s kingdom of love.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K3, Private Pre-K 4, and Kindergarten to 8; Transportation services; AdvancED accredited; Curriculum based on the Archdiocese and State of New York and Common Core standards; Religious instruction; Sacramental preparation; Comprehensive academic program supported by technology integration; Advanced mathematics and literature classes; Literature-based reading program; Art; Music; Computer; Library; Physical Education; Foreign Language (Spanish); Activities offered: Basketball, Newspaper, Piano, Choir, Student Council; STA Program (Student-Teacher Assistant); Tutoring; Kids In The Game After School Program; Junior National Honor Society.
Serving the East Harlem Community for 125 years, Our Lady Queen of Angels School provides our students with an academically rigorous, well-rounded education rooted in gospel values and attentive to individual differences. OLQA strives to empower students to strengthen their faith, develop their talents and abilities, and embrace a life-long passion for learning. In doing so, OLQA prepares them to become successful, contributing members of their local and global communities. OLQA is a Partnership School.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K to 8; Full-day Pre-K for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds; Early drop off; Breakfast and Lunch programs; Extended Academic day until 4PM (grades 1-8) allows for extended periods for reading and math every day in all grades facilitating mastery of the core subjects; Comprehensive After-school program until 6PM; Fully equipped Computer lab; Daily religion instruction; Sacramental preparation; Enrichment instruction includes: weekly Visual Arts and Music classes, and twice weekly Physical Education; Sports include: Tennis, Basketball, and Soccer.
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs School founded in 1932 seeks to provide a safe and challenging environment that enables students to be confident, creative and resourceful lifelong problem solvers. Our Lady Queen of Martyrs strives to develop students’ talents and respect for each other through cooperative learning.School At-a-Glance
FREE 3K For ALL and UPK Programs (Site # 06MAFQ), Grades Private Pre-K 3 and Private Pre-K 4, and Kindergarten to 8. Pre-K and Kindergarten program with early drop off at 7:00 AM. After School Program for all students until 7:00 PM. Free Breakfast and Lunch Program. Academic support services in Mathematics and Reading. New York State testing program for students in grades 3-8 in ELA and Mathematics; Science grades 4 & 8. Smart board technology available in all classrooms. Blended Learning. Learning Center available for students in need of SETSS instruction. Hands-on science program, including fully staffed greenhouse with solar generated power; Riverside-Inwood Neighborhood Garden; Animal Husbandry Program and Biology Regents Program (Regents Living Environment for 7th/8th grades). Weekly updates on school blog along with teacher lesson plans at http://www.olqmnyc.blogspot.com.
Regis High School offers a tuition free, Jesuit college preparatory education to Roman Catholic young men from the New York metropolitan area who demonstrate superior intellectual and leadership potential. The school is committed to both academic excellence and fostering a spirit of generosity and service. With an emphasis on academic rigor and Catholic formation, the school’s program is designed to promote your son’s intellectual and spiritual growth. Regis seeks to inspire and train the ethnically diverse young men in its care to become leaders in the Church, in the civic community, and in their chosen profession.School At-a-Glance
Religious instruction; Enrichment program includes: Computer Science, Foreign language, and Fine Arts; Sports programs include: Basketball, Baseball, Track, Cross Country, and Volleyball; Extra-curricular activities include: Speech and Debate, Student Newspaper, Student Government, Yearbook, Chess Club, and Bowling Club
In keeping with our legacy of academic excellence and spiritual joy, the faculty and staff of Saint Ignatius Loyola School are dedicated to the education of the whole child. By imparting the meaningful values of diligence, integrity, compassion and an awareness of social justice, our students spiritual, intellectual, social and emotional needs are given the opportunity to flourish. While maintaining an environment conducive to learning, students develop a sensitivity and flexibility of mind and spirit, and are encouraged to reach their intellectual and social potential.School At-a-Glance
Grades K to 8; AdvanceEd Accredited; Member of the National Catholic Educational Association; a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School; follows New York State and Archdiocese of New York Guidelines; enriched curriculum includes Latin, Physical Education, Fine Arts, Music, Library, Accelerated Math, Algebra I Classes and English Language Arts Class; After-school programs include the Fine Arts and Performing Arts, Sports, Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra and Strings, Math and Language Arts; other extra-curricular programs include Bell Choir, Chorus; In proximity to the museum mile; fully equipped Library, Computer lab, and Science lab with a greenhouse; Smartboards, Computers and iPads in classrooms.
The School of the Blessed Sacrament is a Catholic elementary school serving Pre-K through grade 8. Our two campuses consist of the Lower School (Pre-K to Grade 3), and the Upper School (Grades 4 through 8) The well-rounded curriculum incorporates strong ethical values and the development of each child’s God-given academic potential. The primary aims of a Blessed Sacrament education are to foster Christian leadership, individual responsibility, and service to those in the community and beyond.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K 3 to 8; Full day Pre-K for 3 year olds and 4 year olds; Full day Kindergarten; AdvancED Accredited; Enrichment program includes: Art, Music Theater Arts, Computers, Library, Spanish, Physical Education, and Choir; Religious instruction and Sacramental preparation; Title I Reading and Math; Learning Center; After School Care and After School Enrichment Activities: Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Yoga, Zumba, Tae-Kwon-Do, Newsletter, Book Club, Performing Arts, STEM, Launch! Math and Science, Piano, Spanish and NYRR Young Runners
At St. Ann, The Personal School, our mission is to prepare students to take their place in the world, because every child has a special purpose in the eyes of God. Academic instruction is tailored to each student through a new, technology-infused, personal approach to education. We guarantee custom academic plans for every student to ensure that each child is challenged with rigorous material and no one is left behind. Beyond academics, our community provides individual attention to students and parents, openness to God, and enrichment such as fine arts, performing arts, music, athletics, language, STEAM, and student leadership. Education at St. Ann, The Personal School is a daily call to action for everyone here, and a reminder of why we are a special community for families in East Harlem.School At-a-Glance
Full-day Pre-K for 3-year olds; UPK for 4-year olds (UPK Site # 04MAGN); Extended day schedule (8am-4pm) for grades K to 8; Early drop-off; Free breakfast, lunch, and snack; Follows Common Core Standards; After school program with homework supervision; Resource room for children with disabilities; Two recreational playgrounds; Visual arts; Physical education; Music program including choral singing and orchestra; Library program with full-time librarian; SMART TV technology; Chromebooks; ADAPP counselor; Blended learning; STEAM lab.