Rye Middle School 3 Parsons St, Rye, NY10580 The Rye Middle School focuses on the importance of assisting students in their transition from childhood to adulthood,…More assisting students' transition from the self-contained classrooms of elementary schools to the departmentalized structure of the high school, and equipping students with the necessary academic skills and personal/social attitudes to succeed in the middle level grades, high school and beyond.
Rye Country Day School traces its beginnings to 1869, when a group of local parents, wishing to improve the quality…More of education available for their daughters, contacted The Rev. William Life and his wife, Susan, who ran a small school in Pennsylvania. The Lifes came to Rye and established The Rye Female Seminary under the direction of Mrs. Life. During its first year, 60 students (25 boarders and 35 day students) enrolled in the seminary, which was located on the present school property on Grandview Avenue.</p>
<p>The year 1921 saw the seminary merge with a boys' school from nearby Harrison — The Rye Country School — and became known as The Rye Country Day Schools. The "s" was later dropped from the word "Schools."</p>
<p>RCDS enrolls students from preschool through 12th grade. </p>
School of the Holy Child in Rye is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women in grades five…More through 12. Established in 1904 and guided by the ideals of Cornelia Connelly, founder of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, the school was established to foster "joy in teaching and joy in learning" and to educate young women to "meet the wants of the age."</p>
<p>The school was originally located in New York City, but moved to its current 17-acre campus in Rye in 1957.</p>
Blind Brook Middle School 840 King St, Rye Brook, NY10573 Blind Brook Middle School is part of the Blind Brook School District. Principal Karen Bronson is responsible for all…More aspects of the middle school operation including curriculum, personnel, and student and parent affairs. Jane Wermuth, the middle school and high school assistant to the principal, provides additional supervision in the building and assists the principal with administrative responsibilities. The staff includes guidance counselors, school psychologists, nurses, special education teachers and teachers for grades 6 - 8.
Rye School of Leadership (R.S.L.) is a school of choice, or an alternative school, designed to acknowledge the…More diverse needs of secondary students. The R.S.L. philosophy emphasizes attitude over aptitude, effort over achievement, and character over talent. R.S.L. serves grades nine through 12 by providing a small school setting for those students who find it challenging to achieve personal or academic success in a traditional school environment. </p>
<p>The program offers the courses required by New York State for high school graduation, while encouraging students to assume personal responsibility for their educational futures. Rye School of Leadership is a family program that expects parental involvement.</p>
Rye Presbyterian Nursery School Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY10580 The Rye Presbyterian Nursery School is a weekday nursery school for children ages 2 - 5. Founded in 1958 by a small…More group of church parents, today the school works to provide a healthy atmosphere where children can develop their social, cognitive, spiritual and physical skills. The nursery school is inspired by the educational philosophy of the municipal preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy, which believes that young children are competent and capable from birth, and that children, parents and teachers are equals in the learning process. The school's staff includes a music teacher, child psychologist, speech therapist and occupational therapist.