Our Graduates

Our comprehensive middle school outplacement program provides individual guidance to families and students so that the experience is thorough and successful. Our graduates attend a variety of schools throughout New York City including single-sex, co-educational, traditional, progressive, public and religious schools. Corlears’ graduates are well prepared when they transition to ongoing schools. A child who graduates from Corlears takes away rich experiences and lessons that prepare them to be confident lifelong learners.


For more information on our middle school Outplacement Program, please click here.

Please see where our class of 2013 will be attending this fall:

·         Avenues  (2 students)

·         Calhoun School  (1)

·         City and Country School  (1)

·         Dalton School  (1)

·         Little Red School House (LREI)  (1)

·         Poly Preparatory Country Day School  (1)

·         The Studio School  (1)

·         Trevor Day School  (1)

·         Trinity School   (1)

·         United Nations International School (UNIS)  (1)

 

The following represents middle schools to which our graduates have attended in the past:

·         Avenues

·         Bank Street School for Children

·         Berkeley Carroll School

·         Birch Wathen-Lenox School

·         Brearley School

·         Brooklyn Friends School

·         Browning School

·         Calhoun School

·         City and Country School

·         Dalton School

·         Dwight School

·         Epiphany School

·         Ethical Culture Fieldston School

·         Friends Seminary

·         Hewitt School

·         Little Red School House-Elisabeth Irwin High School

·         Manhattan Country School

·         Nightingale-Bamford School

·         Packer Collegiate School

·         Poly Prep Country Day School

·         Professional Children’s School

·         Trevor Day School

·         United Nations International School

·         Village Community School 


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