The Birch Wathen Lenox School

Birch Wathen Lenox blends over 150 years of strong traditions with the excitement and energy of a new institution. When the Lenox School, founded in 1916, and The Birch Wathen School, founded in 1921, were consolidated in 1991, they joined to offer the children of New York City a thoroughly enriching experience, rooted in the twin legacies of two venerable independent schools.

The Brooklyn Friends School

Founded in 1867, Brooklyn Friends is an independent, college preparatory Quaker school with 685 students from preschool through 12th grade. The majority of the faculty holds advanced degrees, and the Upper School offers the academically rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. Brooklyn Friends has a supportive parent body and an enthusiastic community of teachers/students who reflect a unique combination of intellect, energy, and heart.

The Chapin School

The Chapin School is an American all-girls, private day school located in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York. Through Chapin’s liberal-arts curriculum, students are instructed and supported by a dedicated faculty. Class sizes are small in each of the three divisions: Lower School (kindergarten through grade 3), Middle School (grades 4 through 7), and Upper School (grades 8 through 12). The school is a member of the New York Interschool Association.Chapin ranked 14th at sending students to Harvard University, Yale University and Princeton University.

The Dalton School

Dalton School is an independent, co-educational day school (K-12), founded in 1919 by the renowned progressive educator Helen Parkhurst. Parkhurst’s visionary Dalton Plan remains the keystone of the school’s progressive educational philosophy and is now the model for over 200 Dalton schools in other parts of the world.

The Henry George School of Social Science

Since 1932, tens of thousands of students have taken courses in economics and social philosophy at the Henry George School, gaining insights into the nature of society and practical solutions for our seemingly intractable social problems. Classes, offered in English and in Spanish, attract students from all walks of life, and all levels of academic achievement. The school is located on 30th Street, between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue.

The Lyceum Kennedy International School

With campuses in Midtown Manhattan and Ardsley, New York, the mission of Lyceum Kennedy International School is to provide our students with an outstanding bilingual and bicultural education based on the principles of self-expression and differentiated pedagogy. We strive to provide our students with a solid foundation, which will foster a desire for life-long learning and acquisition of knowledge, and prepare them to become responsible and engaged citizens of the world.

Antioch Baptist Church

Antioch Baptist Church
“The Church with a Big Heart”
Harlem, NY

With well over 500 active members, the Antioch Baptist Church has been serving the Harlem Community since 1977. Services include: daycare, a senior center, and a youth destiny center in addition to traditional church functions.

Calvary Cathedral of Praise

Calvary Cathedral of Praise
“A Church in the City…Reaching the World”
Brooklyn, NY

Serving the Brooklyn Community since 1970, Calvary Cathedral of Praise is an innovative institution with over 2,000 members. The Church specializes in Community Outreach, Adolescent Programs, and Missionary programs. Global outreach extends through Asia, Africa and South America.