DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM

Starting Tuesday, March 17, our classes will be conducted remotely and not within our building. Use the below buttons to access the Garden Distance Learning Program portals for both the Lower and Upper Divisions.

Welcome! We are eager for your visit to Garden School. Please note that due to the pandemic we have new protocols in place. Upon arrival to Garden School, please expect to have your temperature taken before entering the building. We will also require all visitors to wear masks while on campus. Last, we ask visitors to complete the following questionnaire. Thank you for your patience as we work to keep Garden School a safe environment for all.

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!

JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL INFO SESSION

Wednesday, October 28
9:00 am

OUR MISSION

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.

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.

WHY ?

We believe that an exceptional education is a right, not a privilege. We provide an excellent academic choice that offers a realistic option for families in the New York Metropolitan area.

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.
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OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK

In-Person Learning for All Grades

Join us for a

VIRTUAL INFO SESSION

Wednesday, October 28
9:00 am

JOIN US FOR A:

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26
11:30 AM