Private Schools in Washington Heights

Posted by in Children, Education, Other

The school year’s quickly coming down to a close but it’s never too early to get started on the fall admissions process. That’s why we’ve compiled a guide to private schools in Washington Heights. Each one of the schools listed below offer different curriculums and approaches to learning according to their religious affiliations. Narrow down your search and find the best match for your child by reading this guide of private schools in Washington Heights.

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Public Schools in Washington Heights

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in Children, Education, Other

There are many public schools in Washington Heights and it can be difficult to sort out the differences between them. Each one takes a specialized approach to learning and comes with a different set of programs. We’ve cut out the work for you and compiled a guide to all of the public schools in the neighborhood. Read below to find out which ones have the potential to be the best match for your kid!

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Washington Heights Churches

Posted by in Children, Community, Family, History, Local Services, Locals, Other, Places of Worship

These Washington Heights churches are not just places of worship. They’re architectural masterpieces that offer an awe-inspiring look into the past. The interior of many of them reflecting changes that have taken place in over a century. The religious institutions of Washington Heights reflect the rich history of the neighborhood. Take a moment to visit one of the churches listed below and read our guide to learn more about them. A spiritual journey is awaiting!

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Photos from the 2016 Medieval Festival at Fort Tryon Park

Posted by in Children, Community, Events, Family, Food & Drink, Locals, Other

Each year, many New Yorkers and tourists alike travel north to Fort Tryon Park to celebrate the Medieval Festival. I took some photos this year to give you a taste of what’s in store for years to come! To learn more about this event, check out this link from the Met Museum.

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