Caedmon is featured in DNAinfo New York’s latest article about the new digital globe that’s enhancing our lessons and captivating our students.
Caedmon is proud to be listed as one of the top private schools on the Upper East Side by Our Town NY!
All are prestigious and academically rigorous and many send a healthy percentage of their students to Ivy League Schools.
Class of 2014 alum Sophia Alden’s photograph “Old Basement Windows” was selected as part of a monthly National Geographic Kids contest. Only ten photographs were selected and will be put on display in the US Vice President’s residence.
The Caedmon School’s Tyler Jennings was recently inducted as a 2015-2016 Fellow of The Academy for Teachers. The Academy brings New York’s finest teachers together for Master Classes led by preeminent intellectuals and artists. Being selected is an honor. Only 18 teachers are chosen for each Master Class, which also provide a rare opportunity for private and public school teachers to work together.
Learn more here and join us in congratulating Mr. Jennings!
Caedmon’s innovative Minecraft curriculum (you read that right!) is featured in Our Town East Side Manhattan! Read how students use this gaming phenomenon to enhance their understanding of math, social studies, language arts, and science.
Caedmon is proud to have been called out in an article on same-sex parenting published in Metrosource Magazine, which noted:
The Caedmon School regularly hosts speakers and workshops that address social justice — such as Border Crossers, an organization which trains and equips educators to have meaningful conversations about identity.
NY Family Magazine featured Caedmon’s approach to games in a recent article, saying:
As the first Montessori school in New York City, the mission of the school, which puts an emphasis on the qualities of community, academic excellence, and diversity, states: “We foster each child’s natural curiosity,” and: “Graduates are creative, capable, and courageous.”
Our Town NY featured Caedmon’s renovations in a recent article, saying:
This summer, it completed a $1.15 million project that updated all of its classrooms, art studio, dining hall and children’s bathrooms. The work was part of a rolling renovation effort that began, most recently, in 2003, with a $1 million retrofit.
The result is a modern, airy, welcoming set of spaces that feels surprisingly sophisticated for pre-schoolers and their older colleagues.