Which private schools in NYC offer a good balance between progressive and traditional? And what are the chances of getting in (without making a major donation or having...
some serious connections). We were planning on moving out of the city, but now with one child attending Gaynor we will stay. The other child has no issues- smart kid and needs an environment that will be challenging. He is thriving in a Montessori preschool. I thought id try this board first since I think there are some families who may be in the same situation and old love some advice! Thanks!
95% of kids accepted at most Private or independent schools in NYC are not children of major donors or children who are connected. They are just regular kids. I'd adjust that...(more)6-14-2016 11:59am+3 likes
thinking first. Then, to answer yiur question, I'm not sure there are any that are a mix of the two opposing styles. What are you looking for specifically?