• The world awaits

    Our school prides itself on providing a truly international education which will prepare your child for their future

  • A love of learning

    Our curriculum is designed to give children the tools to learn, and the curiosity to go further

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  • Building their future

    Our students are confident, creative and compassionate, and ready to pursue a world of opportunities

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  • A lifetime of learning

    Our skilled and experienced teachers are dedicated to helping your child achieve more than they thought poissible

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  • Join our growing family

    At the heart of our school, there's a safe and welcoming community built by students, parents and teachers.

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  • Every Day is memorable

    Everytime you drop your child off at school, these's something new and exciting instore

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  • Come and visit us

    Your child is poised to make their mark on the world. Come and visit to us so we can show you how we will support them

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An International School in New York that Parents Know is Unique

Where else in New York can your child truly experience a completely personalized education, immerse themselves in arts and culture, and build connections and experiences that extend around the world?

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Student Council Representatives

Our Student Council gives children a voice at the school, and builds their ability to lead, listen, and interact with others.

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50 thoughts every parent has during a school performance

Ah, school programs. The excitement. The nerves. The music. The little voices. It’s enough to make your parental cup runneth over with pride. But pride isn’t the only thing we feel as audience members. Take a look at 50 very real and some hilarious thoughts every parent has during a school performance from babble.com: (#1 doesn't really apply to city parents)

High demand drives massive growth of international education in Asia

During the 20th century international schools were reserved solely for children of expat families, diplomats, politicians and society’s elite. Since the turn of the millennia, that has changed and the prolific growth of international schools in East Asia and Southeast Asia has been driven by demand from middle class Asian families.

 The factors driving the demand of international education vary from nation to nation but there are two underlying factors; the growing aspirations of the rising middle-classes and the perceived inadequacies of national education systems.

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Our Principal Highlights Some of His Favorite Articles on Education

Not surprisingly, Alan is a voracious reader. From nonfiction to James Bond, there are few books he hasn't read or recommended. He frequently forwards the WCLA staff relevant education-related articles much like this one from one of our favorite resources, Fast Company Magazine.


Where Are the World's Smartest Cites?

Fast Company breaks down international cities that are tops in improving technology, quality of life civic participation, and more.