Classrooms have natural lighting and are large in size (25ft x 20ft) allowing our small class size (20 students: Pre-K – 5th Grade, 25 students: 6th – 8th Grade) plenty of room to spread out and learn.
Each classroom is equipped with a SMART Board. In addition 1st – 8th grade classrooms have two to three personal computers providing easy access to research. 2nd – 8th Grade classrooms also have access to iPad carts which teachers sign out to enrich their lessons.
The dual purpose Science/Art Lab can get quite messy but it is where some of our finest learning occurs. In addition to all of the science and art equipment, we have a SMART Board, personal computers, a cooking station and numerous pets all of which are integrated into our students’ learning. For more information about art, visit the Art Class Page.
The bright and colorful Gym is the perfect place to run around and release some energy. Our Academy also partnered with both the Park Slope Armory and Prospect Park YMCA to further enrich our Physical Education program.
The Library is home to almost 3,000 books as well as personal computers and a SMART Board. It is the perfect place to read quietly or research a topic for your next project. Students are welcome to scan and take home books from our collection. Learn more on the Library Class Page.
Students utilize the beautiful courtyard located between the Church of Saint Saviour and the Rectory to play or even enjoy a Literature class by the garden. We also regularly make trips to Prospect Park, which is located just a block away.
Our Academy is located in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn. Our neighborhood is known for its historic buildings and architecture, diversity, cultural attractions, proximity to Prospect Park, and convenient access to public transportation. Prospect Park is frequently utilized by our Academy for recreational and educational purposes. Other area attractions and places of educational interest close to our Academy include: The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), The Brooklyn Public Library, YMCA, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum, Barclay’s Center, NY Methodist Hospital, and the shops and restaurants of nearby Fifth and Seventh Avenue. Manhattan is easily accessible by local subway stations.