Diversity, multilingualism and activism: these are all part of daily life in Brooklyn. With core values like these, you want a school that’s going to match.

That’s why Pine Street School makes sense. They position your kids to thrive in a world of change and challenge by building early awareness and skills in key areas that most schools ignore until it’s too late. Here’s what this school offers that no one else does:

  • Located near Wall Street, at the northern tip of Brooklyn, Pine Street School is an easy commute for Brooklyn families seeking an outstanding elementary and middle-school option.
  • Pine Street School is NYC’s only international school with a vision that includes early introduction of STEM and climate change awareness. They balance technology with a strong ethical and service sensibility. And they focus on preparing children to live sustainably by reducing carbon and reversing global warming.
  • They are also the only school in the region offering Mandarin and Spanish immersion along with an International Baccalaureate program through 8th Grade.
  • From international travel, public speaking and curriculum built on modern practices of critical inquiry and analysis, this school is anything but average.

When it comes to picking your school, think global and act local.


Hear What Other Parents Are Saying:

“We love the globally-focused education, via their International Baccalaureate curriculum, language immersion programming and overall approach to well-rounded education. As an added bonus, the parent community is amazing. The families are down-to-earth, diverse and wonderful to interact with.”
“Pine Street School is the right fit for our son and our family. Our son is confident, inquisitive, curious, creative and has an urge to solve problems which is due to the curriculum and the staff at Pine Street School. Our children naturally want to learn and solve problems through their project based learning curriculum.”
“We highly value that Pine Street offers individualized and personalized learning, where our boys can be taught at a pace and with context conducive to their understanding and learning needs.”