For the 10th year in a row, 4th-8th graders read some of the most acclaimed children's and young adult books of the year.
Holocaust survivor Sally Frishberg shared her story with 10th Grade history students on the importance of respecting human rights.
We installed solar panels on the roof of the gym at Lincoln Place. Learn how a senior paper by Luis Arias '17/MIT '21 helped make this happen.
Science isn’t just a body of knowledge — it’s a process, a means of investigating, and a tool for interpreting discovery.Learn More
Classes use technology to effectively find and manage information and then to critically evaluate and ethically apply it.Learn More
Students take engineering courses on our campus or at NYU's Tandon School of Engineering.
The creative process teaches students to generate ideas, prototype, collaborate and innovate.Learn More
Math teaches students to analyze, problem solve and think critically.Learn More