Students: 345 | Faculty: 49 | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Coed
The Harvey School
The Harvey School in Katonah, NY is a Co-Ed private school. It services only students that are in secondary grades 6 through 12. In 1916 when the school was created, it was originally established as school for boys, but today it is co-educational.
It has adapted through the years and in the Fall 1984 season, as the campus grew and expanded space wise, it also grew and expanded perspective wise, when they allowed girls to come to the school as well. The Harvey School is steeped in tradition and pride for their students.
The school has reached top accreditation marks from NYSAIS and their funding is constantly growing.
As their athletics department has a new center that has been created and is growing, the Cavaliers will be cheering maroon and blue for many years to come.
Boarding Schools in New York
St. Francis is an all-boys, private catholic boarding and day school located on a sixty-five acre lot in rural Athol Springs, New York, just outside Buffalo on Lake Erie. Justin Figas founded the school in 1927. Figas set out to form a college preparatory high school to provide education for the Polish-American young men in Western New York. With a student to teacher ratio of 12:1, St. Francis serves grades nine through twelve. The yearly tuition for a Red Raider is ...
Darrow School is a prominent college preparatory day school. When it first opened during the fall seasons of 1932, it was known as Lebanon School for Boys. Later in the year of 1939, the school was officially named Darrow School. The school was first founded by a group of educational leaders as well as community and Shaker leaders. It is located in New Lebanon, New York, within the central part of the Berkshires on Mount Lebanon. While at the time ...
Emma Willard School is a private boarding school for ninth through twelfth grade girls. Located in Troy, New York, the school is near the state's capitol, Albany, and is easily accessed from New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia. Founded in 1814, the school boasts twenty-three buildings on a campus of 137 acres. Currently, Emma Willard has around 330 students; of those, roughly two-thirds reside on campus. The school also has a low student-teacher ratio of 6:1 with an average class size of ...