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    Avenues: The World School added 4 new photos.

    Although a little belated, please enjoy the eighth issue of The Highliner – an ambitious, student-led publication created by upper graders: bit.ly/2sA7mzH
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    Avenues: The World School added 4 new photos.

    These middle grades students learned the ins and outs of the theater world and got to know some of the people behind the scenes of Broadway productions: bit.ly/2tplOJe
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This fall, Mike Levy returns from Beijing to our New York campus where he will become associate head of the Upper Division.  More...

10th graders have been studying the social, political and cultural effects of the Reformation, the Age of Absolutism and the Enlightenment. As a culminating project, they analyzed The Mission (1986), a film directed by Roland Joffe starring Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons, which neatly encapsulates the major themes of this unit.   More...

In the Middle School, it has been a tradition to celebrate Pi Day in our math classes since our first celebration, on March 14, 2013. This year, the seventh and eighth grade enjoyed student-led presentations, followed by our own Pi competition.  More...

I February, a team of 20 Avenues Upper School students hosted over 150 guests from NYC and beyond at the first Design 4 Impact conference. Students invited three stakeholder groups—schools, innovators and community advocates—to participate in four panel and workshop strands, a Design Challenge and a Student Showcase.   More...

With the presidential election in full swing, the Middle School has caught the politics bug! The "Political Junkies" club staged a mock election last month, during which the entire Middle School got to have their first experience voting. We hope we've created lifelong voters!  More...

Lunar New Year, also called Spring Festival, has more than 4,000 years of history. This year, the year of the Monkey, the festival fell on February 8. Avenues Lower School and Early Learning Center (ELC) students enjoyed a full schedule of celebratory activities that week, including a series of performances in Chinese for their classmates as well as local Chinese seniors at Hudson Guild.  More...

As part of this year’s first STEAM challenge, fifth and sixth graders were challenged to create their own rulers using an architectural design app called Graphic. Their digital models were then sent to the Avenues iLab for printing, first in cardboard and then in wood.   More...

As the Early Learning Center prepared to celebrate the Lunar New Year, we decided to invite our class parents to join us and share a Chinese New Year tradition or craft with the students. We were lucky to have parents from agree to visit and share an age-appropriate, fun activity to help students better understand the significance of Chinese New Year and the traditions associated with it.   More...

Focusing one’s awareness in this way has a relaxing effect on children and adults alike, and mindful moments often punctuate the end of an action-packed school day in first-grade classrooms. The integration of meditation and mindfulness in the classroom not only promotes a tranquil atmosphere but also scaffolds students’ social-emotional development and personal growth.  More...

For this year’s Chinese New Year, teachers In the Cheng Se pre-K classroom set out to share some precious Chinese traditions with our preschoolers. The result was a full and exciting two-week celebration.  More...