The pre-K Penguins and Seals learned the power of the word "vote." We started our lesson with an open conversation. Had anyone heard the word before? What does it mean?
Interviewing is a skill we implement in our curriculum throughout the entire school year – from Self to Babies to our last World Course unit, called Self Expression.
This fall, Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and stepsister of Anne Frank, told her story of survival and perseverance to a riveted audience at NYU’s Skirball Center, at an event sponsored by Avenues and hosted by New York Hebrew.
The educational philosophy of the early childhood years at Avenues is based on an underlying respect for the individual child. With this in mind, we provide an environment rich in opportunities for each child to grow in their understanding of language and how to work and play with others.
Sylvia Guimarães has joined Avenues São Paulo as director of community engagement. Sylvia has extensive experience in education outreach, non-profit management, and social justice initiatives, especially in regards to literacy.
Ryan Sawtell joins Avenues São Paulo as a lead World Course educator for Os Primeiros. In August he will join the full faculty to teach Mastery in the Secondary Division. Most recently, Ryan worked at Harlem Village Academies High, where he taught teaching Theory of Knowledge, Spanish, and European Art and Architecture. In this role he collaborated across academic departments to develop learner-centered curricula that link content knowledge and skills with relevant local and global issues.
Essential and Enduring Learning Outcomes
Avenues World Elements (AWE) was developed to showcase the unique global perspective of Avenues and define the global intended curriculum for graduating students across the globe. AWE captures the essential and enduring outcomes for graduates of Avenues.
On Tuesday, June 5, the class of 2018 graduated from Avenues New York. They're moving on to great things, and we couldn't be happier for them.
Over spring break 2018, upper grades students explored cultural diversity, biodiversity and climate change in Chile.
Middle grades students traveled to Guilin, China to advance their Chinese language abilities and deepen their understanding of Chinese culture.
Avenues: The World School is pleased to announce that for the second consecutive term, it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for innovation, leadership and educational excellence.
Avenues New York has received accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)—a globally recognized standard of a school’s high quality, excellence and integrity.