The Montessori School of New York International Celebrates 41 Years

The Montessori School of New York International was the first Montessori school in all of New York City

Online PR News – 19-September-2011 – – The Montessori School of New York International was the first Montessori School in all of New York City. The administrators of the school are proud to announce that, at the start of this school year, they've been educating students for 41 years.

The Montessori School of New York International has three campuses: Sutton Place in Manhattan, Park Slope in Brooklyn and Elmhurst in Queens. All schools are situated close to major parks, museums and botanical gardens, so students can take frequent outings and enrich their educational experience. The classrooms are large, bright and light, so students are provided with a pleasant classroom experience that's conducive to learning. The Park Slope campus, in particular, has been singled out for praise. It was built in 1916 by architects Helme and Huberty, who were individually responsible for many historic buildings in the New York area.

The Montessori School of New York International works with students up to age 14, which sets the school apart from other Montessori schools in the New York area. While many Montessori schools provide services to young children, the administrators of the Montessori School of New York International believe that the Montessori method, with its emphasis on individual creativity and learning at one's own pace, is beneficial for older children as well as younger children and the curriculum was expanded to include the needs of these older students.

Students at the Montessori School of New York International are given a firm grounding in basic topics such as math, English and the sciences. Students are also introduced to other cultures through social studies, art and music lessons. All children are given instruction in a foreign language. Teachers at the Montessori School of New York International have graduated from some of the most prestigious schools in the world, including Cambridge, Harvard and Columbia. They hold post-graduate Montessori diplomas, and are committed to the Montessori method of teaching.

The administrators of the school believe that the Montessori School of New York International has been successful due to the expanded age group of the students and the locations of the beautiful schools. The reputation of the school's graduates has also played a part. Many alumni of the Montessori School of New York International have gone on to attend Ivy League colleges and enter successful professional careers in New York City.

For more information, including detailed direction to each campus, visit www.montessorischoolny.com.

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