International Schools in New York City

 

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Expats moving to the Big Apple will find that there are plenty of international schools in New York to choose from. A number of curricula are offered at the various schools, the most popular being the International Baccalaureate (IB). In addition, there are schools offering the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) as well as national curricula of France, Germany, Japan and others.

Below is a list of popular international schools amongst the expat population of New York:

Nord Anglia International School New York

www.nordangliaeducation.com/our-schools/new-york
Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: English National Curriculum and International Primary/Middle Years Curriculum
Ages: 2 to 14

The British International School of New York

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: English National Curriculum and IB
Ages: 3 to 14
 

Dwight School

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: IB
Ages: 2 to 18
 

EF Academy

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: IB, A-level, IGCSE
Ages: 13 to 18
 

German International School New York

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: German International Abitur and American
Ages: 3 to 18
 

Keio Academy of New York

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: Japanese
Ages: 13 to 18
 

Lycée Français de New York

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: French and American
Ages: 3 to 18
 

The New York International School

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: Own curriculum
Ages: 2 to 13
 

United Nations International School

Gender: Co-educational
Curriculum: IB
Ages: 3 to 18

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