How many students attend Corlears?
What is the size of the Corlears faculty?
There are 160 students enrolled for the 2013/2014 school year.
- Average class size is 16 students.
Full-time faculty – 39
Part-time faculty – 7
Tell me about the Corlears facility.
Fall 2011 marked the completion of the first phase of Corlears’ expansion and renovation project. As a result, all of Corlears new features are compliant with environmentally sound principles and the American with Disabilities Act.
There are 10 light-filled and spacious classrooms. A piazza exists on each of the classroom floors which is intended for informal gathering, student drop-off and pick-up.
Our library has 7,500 volumes
There is a 720 square foot art studio
Self-contained science lab
A 1,720 square foot gym
A foreign language classroom
A music room
Enclosed yard for recreation and play.
What are Corlears School hours?
· 2s, 3s Half-Day 8:30-11:45am
· 3s-10s Full Day 8:30am-3:15pm
Are there extended hours?
Corlears offers three different extended day options for families for a small fee:
– Students arrive as early as 8:00am and are supervised and accompanied to their respective classrooms at 8:30am. A small fee is charged for Early Birds.
After School Childcare
– Childcare is available after school from 3:15-5:45pm. There is a daily charge
– Fun and interesting after school courses, such as chess, computer skills, and movement are offered during three sessions a year. They are an hour or more in length after school hours. For additional information about course schedule and fees, please contact our school office, 212.741.2800.
Do families have to pack lunch for their children?
Yes, children in school for a full day must bring their own lunches. Please note that we are a nutsensitive school.
When does the 2013/2014 school year begin?
· 6s - 10s Monday, September 9
· 4s, 5s Wednesday, September 11
· 2s, 3s Monday, September 16 – phase-in period begins
What is the tuition at Corlears for 2014/2015?
· 2s, 3s Half-Day $23,365
· 3s Full Day $29,715
· 4s, 5s Full Day $33,645
· 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s $34,685
There is an annual Building and Equipment fee of $1,000 included in tuition that covers building maintenance, improvements, and upgrades in classroom technology.
A bond payment is required from each family attending Corlears. How much is the bond? Is it returned to the family when it leaves the school?
Each family is required to make a non-interest bearing loan or bond of $1,000 for each child. The payment of the bond is divided so that $250 is payable the first year of enrollment; $250 the second year; and $500 the third year. Bond amounts are adjusted for families on financial aid.
At the end of a family’s time at Corlears, they may request that the bond be returned or they may contribute it to one of the school’s fundraising programs.
What is the payment policy at Corlears?
A non-refundable application fee of $65.00 is payable when submitting the application for admission.
A tuition deposit of $4,500 is required for students 2 - 5 who have been accepted and offered enrollment contracts. A tuition deposit of $6,000 is required for students 6 through 10 years of age. The balance of tuition is due in two equal installments. The first is due in May and the second in mid-September. Tuition installment plans are also available.
Can you please explain financial aid at Corlears?
How much financial aid has Corlears budgeted for 2013/2014?
Corlears is committed to a diverse enrollment which includes families with a variety of cultural, racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. Financial aid is given to families of students who are four or older on the basis of need and available funds
If a family is interested in applying for financial aid, the forms should be submitted with the admissions application.
Student recipients – 31
Total amount distributed – $740,000
Percentage of tuition income – 16 percent
Corlears School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or scholarships.