Welcome to Garden School
Located in the heart of Jackson Heights, Garden School is a NYSAIS-accredited, Nursery to Grade 12 independent college preparatory school.
Garden School, in the independent tradition, affirms the primacy of learning. We empower every student in our educationally diverse community to meet responsibly the challenges of everyday life by promoting academic achievement, personal development and social involvement. We further believe that by recognizing each student’s individual identity, Garden School fosters the self-worth necessary to succeed.
Our Road to 100 Strategic Plan
Garden School’s “Road to 100” Strategic Plan is a multi-year plan detailing how we intend to refine, grow, and invest while securing and reinforcing attributes and programs that have always made Garden School one of the finest places to learn and work.
Our Academic Programs
At Garden, Early Childhood consists of Nursery, Pre-K and Kindergarten. Here, your child takes their first steps along an educational path that will continue through high school and beyond. In our Lower Division, students in Grades 1 through 6 experience the right blend of academic focus and additional specialist classes. Our Upper Division students in Grades 7 through 12 have the opportunity to have interpersonal relationships with their teachers, individual attention and mentoring, and meaningful educational experiences.
Congratulations to Our Recent Graduates
Finding the right place for your child is based on more than just grades and standardized test scores. Our college search seeks to find the best match for our graduates – places where they can thrive and learn.
Garden School is proud of our alumni for having matriculated to amazing colleges that are a fit just for them.
Have a Question?
As Garden School implements social distancing measures, there is limited access to our campus.
However, we are still here to answer your questions over email!
NEWS & UPDATES
Garden School Climate Change Debate
Garden School’s 4th through 12th grades participated in a debate over climate change. Six upper school students presented arguments for and against human-generated climate change. They all extensively researched the subject and spoke eloquently about the issue. In addition, questions were fielded from the audience.