Avenues New York
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About Avenues New York


Since opening in 2012, Avenues New York has grown its student body from 740 students to more than 1,750 and has been accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Students from Avenues’ first six graduating classes are studying at a distinctive array of colleges and universities around the world, including the University of Chicago, Harvard, New York University, the University of Southern California and Stanford.

In the Avenues language immersion program, students from nursery to 5th grade study in either Mandarin or Spanish, building fluency in a world language.

Avenues New York is part of a growing global network of campuses, including Avenues São Paulo, Avenues Shenzhen and Avenues Online. Avenues’ global admissions policy means that a student admitted to one Avenues campus is admitted to all.

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Spanish, Chinese

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English

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3 to 18

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jeffrey Robin, 4 years ago


I think the teachers and administrators care a lot about the students and their learning. I got to see their planning and I think they are going to have a great year.

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Sharon Greenberg, 4 years ago


Like it. Great school, good teachers, up to date facilities and an excellent Athletics department!

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Maria Jose Narvaez Mambel, 3 years ago


A good school will not hesitate to enroll my children in their wonderful school but I would like them to give more languages like Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Arabic and Latin. and I would like everyone to find many schools like you all over the world.

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Lutfar Rahman Lipon (Lipon71), 5 years ago


It's a great school and better stuffs. Always good teachers just for you.

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coil custer, 4 years ago


The Science curriculum is a joke. The teachers have no experience. They order kits on line and they have students work on it all year long. The yget the instructions on line. They are unable to develop a rich curriculum that offer a wide range of experiments and topics.They obviously try to save money despite the high tuition. In Physics they order tech kit and the kids work all year on it. Anyone could do that from home. In Chemistry they do the same thing. The goal is to save money on materials and on teachers. If you want a solid curriculum try to get in Dalton, Horace Mann or even Trevor.

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