172 White Plains Rd; Bronxville
The Chapel School has served wonderfully diverse families in Lower Westchester and New York City since 1947. It provides Preschool two-year-olds through 8th graders with approximately challenging academics, advances in science and technology, and amazing music, social emotional literacy, and service learning programs in a safe, nurturing Christian environment. The Chapel School’s commitment to maintaining small class sizes ensures that students receive individualized attention as they develop from today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders.
50 Partridge Rd; White Plains
GISNY is an independent, Pre-K through Grade 12 college preparatory school. Its English-German bilingual curriculum and rigorous academic instruction with an emphasis on science and arts cultivate students who become socially and environmentally aware global citizens. It is the only school in the tri-state area where graduates earn the New York State High School Diploma and the German International Abitur (DIA). No German is required for children entering Pre-K or Kindergarten. All nationalities are welcome.
260 Jay St; Katonah
Harvey is a dynamic coeducational college preparatory school for students in grades 6 to 12 that features an international program, five-day boarding, and an award-winning robotics curriculum. With an average class size of 10, teachers know their students well and are able to provide support while challenging them to reach their potential. Small classes also mean each student has a voice. Harvey offers Honors and AP classes, as well as an array of co-curricular options in the arts, athletics, and community service.
340 Quaker Ridge Rd; New Rochelle
The Hudson Country Montessori School is a private school serving toddlers (18 months) through 8th grade. Children are guided through the Montessori curriculum at their own pace under the supervision of certified Montessori teachers. Self-correcting manipulatives differentiate instruction and achieve specific objectives. The environment fosters concentration, self-reliance, and freedom of movement so children can work individually or cooperatively while pursuing a solid academic foundation. Extended day programs (7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.) are available.
173 Stratton Rd, New Rochelle
Iona Preparatory Lower School will host two information sessions for prospective students entering pre-kindergarten through seventh grade on Thursday, February 7, at 9 am and 7 pm. Westchester County’s only all-boys, K-12 Catholic school offers small class sizes that allow faculty to cater to the needs and interests of boys and actively engage them in learning. Information sessions are a great opportunity for prospective students and families to meet faculty, get questions answered, and tour the Lower School’s new ‘makerspace’ and technology upgrades in the Devlin Library & Center for Excellence.
54 NY-138, Somers
Kennedy Catholic High School is Northern Westchester’s premiere college-preparatory high school serving young men and women from the surrounding region. Kennedy Catholic follows a rigorous Regents curriculum while also training students in the sound doctrine of Catholic faith — a combination that makes students well-prepared not only for college, but also for a successful life. Kennedy Catholic offers a full spectrum of academics, fine arts, and athletics that equip students with the exceptional strengths colleges value.
Lower Campus (Grades Pre-K – 4)
325 W Patent Rd, Mount Kisco
Upper Campus (Grades 5 – 9)
439 Cantitoe St, Bedford
Families are drawn to Rippowam Cisqua School because of its unique ability to stretch, challenge, and lift young minds. Strong student/teacher relationships are supported by small interactive classes, flexible learning spaces, and an immersive curriculum that integrates academics, arts, athletics, and innovation. By cultivating their imagination through play, exploration, and discovery, students engage in joyful learning experiences that spark their intellectual curiosity and personal growth. Graduates emerge as independent thinkers, confident communicators, and engaged leaders.
400 Westchester Ave
At Fordham’s Westchester campus, programs focus on both traditional career paths and emerging industries. Class schedules are designed for Hudson Valley and Fairfield County residents who lead busy lives. Undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available, along with professional development programs. Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies and its prestigious graduate schools of business, education, and social service will help you earn the credentials needed to advance in your current career or start a new one. Conveniently located just off Interstate 287, the campus is easy to reach by public transportation or by car. Learn more at fordham.edu/Westchester.
2900 Purchase St, Purchase
Manhattanville College is a small, private institution on a 100-acre suburban campus with housing for over 1,000 students. With New York City only 30 miles from campus, students enjoy the city for entertainment, educational resources, and business opportunities. Manhattanville offers more than 50 areas of undergraduate study from education, science, business, and media to dance, music, and history. Extracurricular offerings include more than 50 clubs and 22 NCAA Division III teams. Graduate students can choose from over 75 graduate and certificate programs.
272 N Bedford Rd, Mount Kisco
We are a vocational school teaching students the education and knowledge to become a successful Licensed Massage Therapist. Finger Lakes School of Massage has produced, and continues to produce, well-trained, passionate, dedicated, and satisfied graduates that embody a spirit of trust, cooperation, and integrity. We support our students from the moment they submit their application to long after they graduate. Our students feel secure exploring the boundaries of self-knowledge in a holistic and nurturing environment. As more and more people are seeking out massage therapy, whether as a way to deal with chronic pain or just as a way to relax, opportunities for massage therapists are growing. Come learn with us.
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