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Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding Gender, Socialization & Development
Location: 134 Duane St. Time: 9.15 - 10.15 a.m.
55 Hudson St. More details to follow in the weekly newsletter.
Location: 55 Hudson St. Time: 1.15 - 2.15 p.m.
A child-centered, nurturing environment designed to spark curiosity and inspire a lifelong love of learning.
Our unique approach blends Montessori and Reggio Emilia practices to give early learners daily opportunities to grow. They ask questions, collaborate, explore & create meaning.
A meaningful education begins when a child first enters the classroom. They practice independence by choosing their work and how to complete their work cycle. Meetings offer a sense of community and curiosity is given direction through intention and exploration.
Programs customized to suit your family’s needs, including half-day sessions, a full-day program, after-school activities, and summer program.
Applying to The Washington Market School is a bit different—first off, we don’t believe in formal interviews with children. Moreover, during the admissions process you’ll get a chance to sit in on classes, meet other prospective parents, and get to know our community. With one-on-one support and open conversations, we’ll guide you through every step.
“School admissions can be daunting in NYC, but somehow Washington Market felt different – thoughtful, kind and caring. The process felt more like a conversation about the best interests of our children and family rather than an evaluation.”
– From a current WMS parent
“One of the things that we found so special about Washington Market is how exactly right it was for our two very different children - it has been a magical place for our kids to grow.”
“WMS is a warm and wonderful environment where children are encouraged to explore, learn and have fun. The school is its own force field of positive energy and love.”
Ava Mozaffari is an Alumna, class of 2000, and current teacher at The Washington Market School. Ava grew up in ...
It is not often that one’s pre-school experience shapes their career choices as an adult, but for Colleen Horan, ...