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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?

News & Events

Quick-look Calendar

Apr 14 (all day)

Last Day of Second Term

Apr 17 (all day)

Spring Break - School Closed

Apr 24 (all day)

First Day of Third Term

May 26 (all day)

Memorial Day - School Closed

Jun 23 (all day)

Last day of school (school ends at Noon)

School Calendar
Open House

Winter Open Houses

We’re excited to invite you to our upcoming 2017 Winter Open Houses!

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A creative space with The Juilliard School

Find out more about how our embedded performing arts program designed by The Juilliard School translates into daily school activities. Composing lyrics, drumming, singing and playing the chime bars are just some of the activities that our students have learned over the last few months.

Games

The Global Games North America

We are pleased to announce that the first ever Global Games North America are here! Students from across the US and Mexico have headed to our sister school in Orlando, Florida to compete in a variety of sports including archery, basketball, sand volleyball and much more.

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Huffington Post, Pokémon Go and outdoor learning

Pokémon Go and its popularity among students (and adults for that matter) might be a clue for educators on getting students reconnected with their outdoor environment. In his latest Huffington Post Blog, Nord Anglia Education CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice, discusses the benefits of outdoor learning and the important role it plays in a well-rounded curriculum.

Global Games North America now open for registration!

The first ever Global Games North America will feature five days of action-packed events. Children will have a chance to shine in a variety of sports while bonding with fellow teammates and students from all Nord Anglia Education schools in North America.

The changing landscape of international education

The world is changing at a fast pace, and so too should our education. In the 2016/17 John Catt’s Guide to International Schools, Nord Anglia Education CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice, talks about the need to evolve education to suit the 21st century.

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The magic of Juilliard comes to Switzerland

Our Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard artist faculty came together recently with an outstanding performance to inspire students and parents alike. Juilliard artist faculty around the world engaged the audience with exquisite performances filled with heart and soul. One of our Collège du Léman parents, Rob Breare, gives a detailed account on this exceptional evening in Geneva, Switzerland.

Nord Anglia Education CEO Looks Ahead

In a guest blog for the Huffington Post, Nord Anglia Education CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice explores whether traditional schooling is preparing students for the future.