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1.Downtown Brooklyn Access GED
6769 Schermerhorn St
832 Marcy Ave
3.Indacube Chinese Language School
85 Broad St
Indacube is a language school providing Mandarin Chinese classes in New York City.
4.World Class Learning Academy, New York
44 E 2nd St
Opening in September 2011 for students in Nursery to Year 6 (US Nursery to 5th Grade), World Class Learning Academy, New York features facilities such as generously-sized classrooms with natural lighting, large gym, indoor play space, rooftop garden, well-resourced library, resource center, specialized English as an Additional Language center, and a café serving healthy, nutritious lunch options.
5.Final Cut Pro Classes
217 E 10th St
6.Abi School of Barbering & Cosmetology of Tribeca
113 Chambers St
Tribeca Barber School provides an excellent education for beginning hairstylists with a concentration in men's haircuts, shaves and grooming. The instructors Sylvia, David and Marshall are informative, supportive and encouraging and the students are friendly and passionate about learning this trade. It's a supportive environment to learn and I have made many friends here. I was taught many different types of haircuts, for all different hair textures, as well as sanitation, business practices and client care. They also help with job placement as you near graduation. I would recommend this school to anyone looking to enter the barbering or hairstylist profession.
7.New York Career Institute
11 Park Pl
I am currently attending NYCI as a court reporting student. My experience here has been very good, nothing to complain about. Every teacher I've had was always there to help me, even after class hours, if needed. When I first started, I was debating on whether I should take up Court Reporting or Paralegal, but after the first two weeks of taking court reporting classes, I knew right away that was the course I wanted to take. I am near graduation and I can't wait to get out there and start working. What's good is that this school has great job placement, as I've heard from my fellow classmates. They will constantly send you to different agencies. The staff is nice and helpful. It's a smaller school, but its better that way because you get better aquainted with others and you learn best with the smaller class sizes. I highly reccommend coming here.
8.Buckle My Shoe Nursery School
40 Worth St Rm 1
Buckle my shoe is an absolutely great and wonderful place. Whether you are going to work and want to be sure that you child is loved and well cared for or you just want to give your child some room to learn and communicate the place is right for you. Teachers are absolutely great. I strongly recommend Buckle My Shoe.
9.Public School K231
195 Sandford St
this is a special education and i don't really like this school and 180 is so much better because its a general education but the thing I like about this school they are very nice so I'm gonna give this school on e star for the teachers
10.New Tech Driving School
25 Chapel St
Whether you are an experienced driver just moving to the big city or a first-time driver learning on our congested roads, you can benefit from our thorough instructions. We offer classes to teach you how to handle a scooter, run a motorcycle or drive a stick. We are proud to offer defensive driving classes that will make even an experienced driver safer. With our help, you can be ready for the test and prepared for the unique challenges associated with driving congested roadways. Don't take chances with your life and your car. Trust us to prepare you for the busy roads by making you a better driver. Visit our website for more information!
11.Brooklyn Friends School
375 Pearl St
Brooklyn Friends School is a coeducational elementary and secondary school. The school, located in Brooklyn, N.Y., offers classes from prekindergarten through grade 12 and enrolls more than 600 students every year. Its curriculum focuses on both foundation skills and analytical and critical thinking skills that include organizational and basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics. Brooklyn Friends School also offers a variety of after school facilities and activities, such as games, creating collages, singing, storytelling, art projects, puppetry, theater, jewelry making, a library, gymnasium and cooking activities. The school conducts several workshops on modern dance, multimedia sculpture, cartooning, clowning, ceramics, rollerblading, theater, magic, computer graphics and foreign languages. It also offers student clubs, guidance, internship opportunities and summer camps.
12.Brooklyn International High
49 Flatbush Avenue Ext
Brooklyn International High School is an educational institution that works for the academic, social, emotional and physical development of students. The school offers various athletic activities, as well as operates math, debate and chess clubs. It provides membership opportunities in the National Honor Society. Brooklyn International High School has partnerships with the Chinese American Planning Council, New York University Hospital and African Services Committee. The school is a member of the Internationals Network for Public Schools. It maintains computer networking and yearbook clubs. Brooklyn International High School offers the English as a Second Language program. It conducts classes in science and journalism. The school additionally provides various recreational opportunities, including drama, dance and music.
13.Allen School of Health Sciences
188 Montague St
If you're interested in jump starting your career in the healthcare field, you've come to the right place. The Allen School of Health Sciences can put you on your way toward a new and exciting career. You'll have access to an unparalleled education led by instructors with real world experience. We offer three accredited medical programs that will train you to become a Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant or Medical Insurance Billing and Coding professional. You can find the Allen School of Health Sciences three campus locations in Brooklyn, NY, Jamaica, NY and Phoenix, AZ. For your convenience, we offer our Medical Billing and Coding School Online for students looking to segue into a new career in the health care industry, but currently have ongoing obligations keeping them from attending onsite classes. Contact us today to learn why our accredited healthcare programs provide you an incredible opportunity to succeed, and why we have continued to hold the confidence of employers in the Allied Health Industry for more than half of a century.
129 Pierrepont St
Saint Ann's School, located in Brooklyn, N.Y., is a private school founded in 1966 as a ministry of the Vestry of St. Ann's Episcopal Church. It offers classes in preschool through grade 12 and enrolls more than 1,100 students. The school provides a strong academic program, including advanced placement and honors courses, and provides a comprehensive educational program, including various subjects, such as mathematics, language arts, computer science, social studies, science, art, computer science, history and music. Saint Ann's School encourages all students to participate in extracurricular activities, such as its yearbook, newspaper, band, student council and sports, such as basketball, volleyball and softball.
15.Packer Collegiate Institute
170 Joralemon St
Located in Brooklyn, N.Y., the Packer Collegiate Institute is an independent, college preparatory day school providing coeducational programs from prekindergarten through grade 12. It has an enrollment of more than 900 students comprises various classrooms, libraries, gymnasiums, a fitness center, a theater, a dance studio and a dining commons. In addition, it has a Gothic Revival Chapel within its campus. It offers a wide range of academic courses, such as visual arts, photography, media arts, dance, drama, orchestra, brass choir, chamber music, wind ensemble, chorus, technology education and practical application. It also offers various after-school and summer programs. The Packer Collegiate Institute provides a variety of athletics activities that include baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, tennis, softball, track and field and yoga classes.
16.Public School 261
314 Pacific St
Located in Brooklyn, N.Y., PS 261 is an elementary magnet school that provides various learning opportunities for students that help in their social and emotional development. It provides a variety of education opportunities, including math games, Native American studies, acting and performing, clay sculpture, dance and computerized music. In addition, it offers various courses in journalism, photography, architecture, party planning, sewing and clothes designing, science and cooking. The school also provides poetry publishing and yoga classes. It also provides education in advanced art, and fine arts and self-portraiture. The school offers an after school program and various activities, such as cheerleading, basketball and chess club. Additionally, it offers health and nutrition programs for students. It also organizes various trips and events, and fundraising programs.
17.Brooklyn Heights Montessori School
185 Court St
Brooklyn Heights Montessori School, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., is an independent day school for children up to grade eight. Established in 1965, the school provides educational programs to more than 300 students annually. Brooklyn Heights Montessori School s Little Room classes are designed to serve children with speech and language delays and deficits, learning disabilities, sensory processing and related emotional and social difficulties. It also offers Montessori Afternoons Plus, an after school program offering a wide variety of activities, such as photography, chess, soccer, art, yoga, ceramics, music and cooking. Brooklyn Heights Montessori School is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools, American Montessori Society, National Association of Independent Schools and the Educational Records Bureau. BHMS is also licensed by the New York City Department of Health.
18.Brooklyn Technical High School
29 Fort Greene Pl
Brooklyn Technical High School serves students in grades nine through 12. The school operates various departments, including biology, English, chemistry, mathematics, music, physics, social studies, and health and physical education. Brooklyn Technical High School promotes health-related fitness through a mix of several after- and before-school activities, including traditional and nontraditional sports and fitness activities. The school's special academic programs include honors classes in math, biology, English, social studies and journalism. Brooklyn Technical High School also operates an athletics department that offers various sports activities, such as volleyball, baseball, tennis, basketball, golf, and track and field. The school is located in Brooklyn, N.Y.
19.Public School 29
425 Henry St
PS 29 is a school, which offers classes from prekindergarten through grade five. Its parent-teacher organization is comprised of parents, teachers and community members and works together to enhance and enrich the lives of children in the community. Its curriculum includes spelling, reading, writing, mathematics, social studies and science. Its library provides access to resources for students and staff in curriculum areas and also offers a variety of print, nonprint and electronic sources to assist in the learning process. The school additionally provides meal services to the students. Its after-school program offers specialty classes and homework help. The school is located in Brooklyn, N.Y.
20.Saint Joseph's College-New York
245 Clinton Ave
Established in 1916, St. Joseph's College is a member of the American Council on Education and the Association of American Colleges and offers a range of academic programs. The college offers degrees in accounting, biology, business administration, chemistry, child study and criminal justice. It also offers classes in psychology, economics, political science, sociology, gerontology, religious studies and advertising. St. Joseph's College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education, Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is approved by the New York State Education Department. Additionally, the college provides courses in American studies, business administration, speech pathology, nursing and human resources management. The college library offers books, journals, videos, DVDs and audiotapes. St. Joseph's College is located in Brooklyn and has a campus in Patchogue, N.Y.
21.Bishop Loughlin Meml High Schl
357 Clermont Ave
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, founded in 1851 and located in Brooklyn, N.Y., offers classes to students in grades nine through 12. Its broad range of curriculum includes reading, writing, foreign languages, literature, creative writing, journalism, applied communications, American history, business, marketing, and family and consumer science. It also offers subjects, such as applied mathematics, algebra, thematic science, physics, chemistry, biology, environmental and earth sciences, anatomy and physiology, and computer and physical education. The school provides special education programs for students with disabilities. The school s sports activities include football, baseball, volleyball, basketball, cross-country, football, bowling, and track and field. It also has science, music, art, chess, chemistry, movie, computer clubs, and has various musical bands. The student council assists in various school activities, such as organizing fund-raising programs, health care, and community services. The school has a parent-teacher association that assists in school activities.
22.School of Rock Brooklyn
327 Douglass St
School of Rock Brooklyn is a 5000 square foot haven for aspiring musicians ages 5 through adult, who want to go beyond just typical lessons. We believe live performance is the most fun and effective way to teach an instrument, which is why we get you playing on stage as quickly as possible. Our private lessons and group band classes are tailored to all age groups and levels of proficiency, and instructors are passionate about passing on the legacy of music by helping students succeed in music and life. Because life isn’t a solo act, we’re equally focused on creating awesome bands of friends and musicians. We’re as much about orchestrating a community in Brooklyn full of cool experiences as we are about building confidence, extraordinary teamwork, and achieving excellence through our unique teaching method. Students are not only learning an instrument—they’re making friends, building confidence, and becoming better people. Want to know more? Visit School of Rock Brooklyn to get a feel for our methods and community.
23.Brooklyn High School
300 Willoughby Ave
Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School is an educational institution that offers a range of academic opportunities for students. It maintains a staff of professionals and paraprofessionals. The school provides classes in English, humanities, earth science, world history, social science, graphic arts, printing, mathematics and physical education. Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School has a parent association that organizes various fundraising events. It conducts writing, drafting and problem solving sessions. In addition, the school organizes various quizzes. Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School features a library that maintains a collection of books. The school is located in Brooklyn, N.Y.
24.Berkeley Carroll School
181 Lincoln Pl
The Berkeley Carroll School, an independent, college preparatory day school, offers classes to students in prekindergarten through grade 12. The school offers instruction in various study areas, including reading, writing, mathematics, science, French, Spanish, literature, social studies and several creative arts electives. It enrolls more than 800 students every year. The school also offers independent study programs, internships and community service events. It provides placement assistance in colleges and universities throughout the United States. The school organizes various extracurricular activities, including school newspaper team, speech and debate teams, visual arts, math and chess clubs, International Thespian Society, dance and music programs, bands and choir. The Berkeley Carroll School is located in Brooklyn, N.Y.
25.Alexander William Middle Schl
350 5th Ave
MS 51 William Alexander Middle School is an academic institution that offers a variety of learning opportunities for students in grades six through eight. Its facilities include a library, computer laboratory and classrooms. The school provides instruction in English, math, science and history. It conducts music, computer science and foreign language classes. MS 51 William Alexander Middle School offers special education and after-school programs. It provides memberships for book and French clubs. The school offers creative writing, karate, wrestling and card-making classes. MS 51 William Alexander Middle School organizes science events, trips and fundraising activities. It has a parent-teacher organization and provides guidance counseling services.
26.Public School 3
50 Jefferson Ave
P.S. 003 The Bedford Village occupies an area of more than 85,000 square feet and has over 60 classrooms. It educates nearly 600 students in prekindergarten through grade five and employs approximately 80 staff members. The school offers accelerated academic classes, reading recovery programs and visual arts education. It provides computer-assisted instruction and organizes field trips to art, science and technology institutions. P.S. 003 The Bedford Village also maintains a computer laboratory and media center. It additionally offers extracurricular activities related to dance and music. Located in Brooklyn, N.Y., the school is managed by The New York City Department of Education, which operates more than 1,400 elementary, middle and high schools.
27.Public School 297
700 Park Ave
P.S. 297 Abraham Stockton offers academic services to students in prekindergarten through fifth grade. It has educational and business alliances with the New York City Police Department, Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, Tompkins Children's Center and Brown Children's Center. P.S. 297 Abraham Stockton conducts special classes in computer skills, fine and performing arts, music, writing, conflict resolution and homework help. The school organizes a variety of extracurricular activities, such as dance contests, field trips, musical concerts, authors visits and annual city harvest Drives. P.S. 297 Abraham Stockton has an annual enrollment of more than 400 students and is located in Brooklyn, N.Y.
28.Poly Prep Lower School
50 Prospect Park W
Poly Prep Lower School serves students in pre-kindergarten through grade four. The lower school offers classes in math, science, language arts and social studies. The school s curriculum includes art, dance, library, music, and physical and technical education. Poly Prep Lower School offers extracurricular activities, such as story telling, puzzles, drawing, painting, table games and various outdoor games. It conducts writing workshops which provides children the opportunity to write, revise, edit and publish original stories. The school also offers sports activities, such as soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball, softball and baseball. Additionally, it teaches students to use online library catalogues to search for books, as well as conducts reading classes.
29.High School-Global Citizenship
883 Classon Ave
High School for Global Citizenship serves students in grades 9 through 12. Its academic curriculum includes American literature, math, art, history, and health and physical education. The school provides elective and advanced placement courses in social studies. High School for Global Citizenship also conducts classes in French and Spanish. The school has partnerships with Global Kids and Safe Horizon. In addition, it offers a variety of after-school activities. High School for Global Citizenship operates a parent-teacher association and special education department. The school provides an orientation and bridge program. Its students participate in several travel programs through its partnerships with Heifer Ranch, The Experiment in International Living and YMCA Global Teens.
30.Leadership Prep Charter School
141 Macon St
In operation since 2006, Leadership Preparatory Charter School enrolls more than 225 students in kindergarten through grade three. The school offers classes in reading, language arts and mathematics. It conducts academic workshops, discussions and seminars for its students. The school encourages participation in a range of extracurricular and sports activities. Located in Brooklyn, N.Y., Leadership Preparatory Charter School also provides counseling services.
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