Focus On Brooklyn Amity School

by NYC Firm Schools on November 29, 2010

Brooklyn Amity School has earned a reputation of academic excellence and students have made great achievements in competitions such as Science Olympiad, Math Contests, Robotics Competitions, Arts Contests, and Future City Engineering Competitions. The private K-12 school focuses on moral development as well as academic achievement and offers students plenty of extracurricular activities, community service involvement, and arts and academic exercises.

Children learn to work together in groups through cooperation and interactive, child-centered environments. The program at Brooklyn Amity is a rigorous college preparatory program with emphasis on math and science.

In elementary and middle school, students get a healthy dose of math, science, social studies, and language arts. Students learn to analyze information and incorporate what they learn from one discipline into what they learn from another discipline so that they see how everything fits together. The high school curriculum consists of Algebra I and II, Precalculus, Geometry, Calculus, and AP Calculus. Students are also given a strong science foundation, which includes courses in robotics, and studies in English. The school also has a very strong college preparation program that includes SAT readiness.

For students who speak foreign languages, there is a strong ESL and ESOL commitment as well.

Extracurricular activities includes teams based around math and science competitions, karate, a fitness program, clubs, field trips, and videos of the students in performance.

Brooklyn Amity School students graduate with high self confidence and a desire to achieve.

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