Congratulations to our Pre-K students on their acceptance to the following schools for the 2018-2019 academic year! We feel privileged to be part of the process of helping our families choose the next step in their child's educational journey.
Birch Wathen Lenox · Calhoun · Columbia Grammar · Corlears · Dalton · Ethical Culture · Friends · Grace · Hunter · Heschel · Hewitt · Horace Mann · Little Red School House · Manhattan Day · Park East · Ramaz · Riverdale Country · Saint David's ·Town ·Trevor · UNIS · VCS
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Our graduates seamlessly progress to the finest public and private schools in NYC
Graduates of Preschool of the Arts continue to the finest public and private schools in New York City. Preschool of the Arts plays a vital role in supporting our graduates’ transition from preschool to elementary school.
Our Outplacement Plan begins with the premise that each child is unique and has his/her own learning style and needs. During their preschool years we take great care to learn about each of our students and to appreciate their strengths, disposition, and academic abilities.
Each year, during the fall semester, parents are invited to our Ongoing Schools Seminar. This informative and reassuring seminar outlines the ongoing schools process, ERB Testing and the choice of public and private Schools. The school director meets one on one with each family to offer attention and direction in navigating parents through this important process, from choosing the most suitable schools for their child to how to support their young child throughout testing and interviews. Preschool of the Arts is an ERB member testing site.
Preschool of the Arts graduates are prepared, recognized and appreciated by ongoing schools. They attend a variety of schools including public and private schools. Families choose single sex, traditional, progressive, art based and religious schools – in short, those schools that best suit their learning goals. As a result of Preschool of the Arts alumni’s track record of academic achievement and character development, Preschool of the Arts developed strong relationships with public, private, and Jewish schools throughout New York City.