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December 2021

Fri
03

Duane Winter Sings!

3AM: 9:40-10:05a / 3PM: 1:40-2:05p 4AM: 10:40-11:05a / 4PM: 2:40-3:05p

Mon
06

Hudson Winter Sings!

Class A: 9:20a Class D: 10:35a Class B: 11:15a Class E: 2:00p

Mon-Fri
06-10

City Harvest Food Drive

Tue
07

Hudson Winter Sings!

Class C: 9:55a

Wed
08

Hudson Winter Sings!

Hudson Winter Sings! Class GH: 9:50a Class F: 10:30a

Thu
09

1:15-2:15p: Mug & Muffin

Fri
10

9:15-10:15a: Mug & Muffin

Mon-Fri
20-31

WINTER RECESS — School Closed

Mon
03

WMS Reopens for Children and Staff

Thu
06

7:30-8:30p: Values-Based Parenting (with Dr. Simran Singh)

Mon
17

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY — School Closed

Mon
21

PRESIDENTS’ DAY — School Closed

Tue
22

Faculty & Staff Appreciation Day — School Closed

Wed
23

Staff Development Day — School Closed for Children

Mon-Fri
14-25

SPRING BREAK — School Closed

Mon
28

WMS Reopens for Children and Staff

Fri
15

Passover & Good Friday — School Closed

Thu-Fri
28-29

Parent/Teacher Conferences — School Closed for Children

Mon
30

MEMORIAL DAY — School Closed

Tue
14

Last Day of School for Children

Fri
17

Last Day of School for Staff

Mon
27

First Day of Summer Program

Mon
04

INDEPENDENCE DAY — Summer Camp Closed

Fri
05

Last Day of Summer Program

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Exmissions

Four decades of exmissions excellence brought to bear for each individual child.

The Exmissions Process

Exmissions is more than a list of schools. It’s a collaborative process that
begins the moment your child is accepted, and ends with the perfect fit.

Step 1

The lay of the land

To navigate the kindergarten application process, parents must first understand it. We begin our exmissions process with a comprehensive seminar that covers application requirements, deadlines, and every option parents will want to consider. Fueled by four decades of exmissions experience, this seminar provides a thorough overview of navigating the complexities of New York City’s vast school system.

Step 2

Creating a plan

In preparation for application season, we hold 1:1 meetings with parents to identify an optimal list of schools for their child. We account for religious and geographic restrictions, leveraging our understanding of each child’s unique strengths and interests to give each family a strategically-sound playbook for success.

Step 3

Submitting applications

From touring and interviewing to recommendation letters and the applications themselves, we guide each family through their own unique application process. We not only help you stay on top of deadlines and technicalities — we’re there to provide feedback and help make strategic adjustments at every step.

Step 4

The strategy session

Once all applications have been submitted, our exmissions consultants will regroup with each family to reassess their exmissions strategy. We may add or remove target schools based on feedback from parents and admissions directors.

Step 5

The ISAAGNY School Report

For children applying to ISAAGNY schools, we develop a comprehensive 20-page confidential report. With inputs from teachers, administrators and our head of school (Ronnie Moskowitz), we produce painstakingly detailed written evaluations to make sure your child is understood.

Step 6

School correspondences

Choosing where to send the first choice letter is just one of the strategically critical correspondances parents will need to navigate. We assist parents in gathering professional references, writing parent statements, and ensuring you’re communicating with the right people at the right schools.

Step 7

The final choice

Once schools have mailed out decisions, we help families make their final choice. If additional considerations (i.e. waitlists) come into play, we work behind the scenes to expedite the process and secure the best outcome for your child.

Ex-Missions Accomplishments

105K

Funds raised for our tuition assistance program

30

Washington Market School students receiving financial aid

25%

Average percentage of tuition assistance per family

Children from The Washington Market School have been
accepted to the following schools (2019 - 2020)

  • A
  • Allen – Stevenson School
  • Avenues
  • B
  • BASIS School
  • Bank Street School
  • Berkeley Carroll School
  • Brearley School
  • British International School
  • Brooklyn Friends School
  • Browning School
  • Buckley School
  • C
  • Chapin School
  • City & Country
  • Collegiate School
  • Columbia Grammar
  • Convent of Sacred Heart
  • D
  • Dalton School
  • Dwight School
  • E
  • Ethical Culture School
  • F
  • Fieldston School
  • French American School of New York
  • Friends Seminary
  • G
  • Grace Church School
  • Greenvale School
  • Greenwich Country Day
  • H
  • Hewitt School
  • Hunter College Elementary School
  • I
  • IDEAL School
  • L
  • Leman Manhattan
  • Little Red School House
  • Lycee Francais
  • M
  • Mary McDowell School
  • Marymount School
  • N
  • New Caanan Country Day
  • Nightingale-Bamford School
  • P
  • Packer Collegiate Institute
  • Poly Prep Country Day School
  • Portfolio School
  • R
  • Riverdale School
  • Rumsey Hall School
  • S
  • Spence School
  • Speyer Legacy School
  • St. Ann’s School
  • St. Bernard’s School
  • St. David’s School
  • St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s
  • St. Luke’s School
  • T
  • Town School
  • Trinity School
  • U
  • United Nations International School
  • V
  • Village Community School
  • W
  • Winchester Thurston School
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