Your kiddos skip off to school five days a week, so make sure their time is well spent by sending them to Blue School—a passionate, independent school for learners as young as two all the way through 8th grade.

Named one of “The 13 Most Innovative Schools in the World” by Business Insiderand one of “The six most innovative global schools” by Wired magazine, here are just a few of the reasons parents are choosing Blue School for their child’s education:

  • With a dynamic balance of academic mastery, creative thinking and self & social intelligence, a Blue School education instills a lifelong passion for learning.
  • Blue School’s inquiry-driven approach encourages bold collaboration and rich project work. The school’s core values include exploration, play, creativity, self-awareness and a strong family-community connection.
  • The lower Manhattan campus features a thoughtful, inspiring design with amazing features like a lab space for studio art, STEAM, music and drama; an Upcycling Center, Wonder Room, Materials Library and more. There’s even a rooftop terrace!
  • Prospective parents will soon discover a welcoming community of students, educators and parents with a passion for socially conscious, independent education.

But don’t just take our word for it! Visit the school yourself.

Admissions tours are held Tues. & Thurs. mornings, where you can see the students and teachers in action. Don’t miss the Spring Open House: there’s one for pre-primary and primary grades on May 1, 6-7:30 p.m. at 241 Water Street. And the Upper-primary and Middle School (4th-8th Grade) open house will be on May 6, 6-7:30 p.m. at 156 William St.

 

Hear What Others Are Saying:

“I think connection and the family-like atmosphere of Blue School is something that is super unique to the school.”
—Owen Shi, 2018 Blue School Graduate
“I’m more comfortable learning with my teacher because I’ve gotten to know her through the year. They look at you and find every single way you can be comfortable here. For me, they know just how much they need to push me to learn.”
—Callum Hicks, Blue School 5th grader
“If I went to some other school, I don’t think I would be who I am today, and I love who I am today!”
—Freja Huang, 2018 Blue School Graduate