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P.S. 146, The Brooklyn New School/The Brooklyn School for Collab
610 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
At the end of Henry Street in Carroll Gardens is a large brick school undergoing exterior repairs. Inside, there isMore still much learning going on. This location is actually home to two schools: P.S. 146, the Brooklyn New School, for grades pre-K through 5; and the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, for grades 6 through 12.
P369k Coy L. Cox School
383 State St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The Coy L. Cox School is a special education school that serves students of all ages. The school is in New York City'sMore Special School District 75. Approximately 600 students attend P369k at its satellite schools and main campus on tree-lined State Street in Boerum Hill.
Hannah Senesh Community Day School
342 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Hannah Senesh Community Day School is a K-8 private school offering instruction in general and Judaic studies. TheMore school opened in 1995 and has grown steadily since then. In 2007, the school moved to its current location on Smith Street. The building features many amenities from a rooftop playground to a full-size gymnasium to a library with computer stations.
Leman Manhattan Prepatory School- Lower School
41 Broad St, New York, NY 10004-2513
Leman Manhattan Prepatory School- Upper School
1 Morris St, New York, NY 10004-1018
The Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies
610 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
The Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies shares a home on Henry Street in Carroll Gardens with PS 146, the BrooklynMore New School. BCS educates children in grades 6 - 12 and is an expeditionary learning school.
The Brooklyn School for Global Studies
284 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Brooklyn School for Global Studies teaches 6th through 12th graders to develop critical thinking. The CobbleMore Hill–located school is public but requires applications for admission. Students must be driven and in order to attend, must have achieved good grades and excellent attendance in elementary school.
Brooklyn High School of the Arts
345 Dean St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The Brooklyn High School of the Arts in Boerum Hill was founded in 2000. The large school building reverberates with theMore sounds of instruments and singing, just walk by one afternoon and you'll see. Approximately 700 students attend the school, and auditions are required before enrolling in a preferred artistic medium.
Mary McDowell Center for Learning
20 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Mary McDowell Center for Learning is a school for children with learning disabilities. Using Quaker teachingMore techniques, the school's philosophy is every student can learn with respect and responsibility. The center was founded in 1984 and now has three specific school divisions: lower, elementary and middle. An upper school for grades 9 and 10 will open in Brooklyn Heights in September, 2011.
PS 29 Elementary School
425 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
The John Harrigan School, or PS 29, is one of the most highly rated elementary schools in Brooklyn. Located in CobbleMore Hill and surrounded by beautiful homes and parks, the school casts a commanding presence. Founded in 1920, PS 29's play area and playground and currently being rebuilt.
The Math & Science Exploratory School
345 Dean St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Also known as M.S. 447, The Math and Science Exploratory School is a popular middle school in District 15. ScienceMore and math are the main areas of of emphasis. Students make frequent field trips to the city's many educational attractions, including museums and the aquarium. The school is home to an orchestra, a recording studio, several sports teams, a newspaper and an orchestra. Some thirty percent of the student body participates in special education programming. After school events hosted here range from PTA meetings to wine tastings. Visit the school's official Web site for more information.
International School of Brooklyn
477 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231

International School of Brooklyn provides French and Spanish immersion for elementary school students throughout theMore New York City area. The preschool program provides instruction in the target language, with the elementary classes split between English and the target langauge. 

This institution offers a balanced curriculum with physical education, music and art. Various enrichment programs include after-school classes, extended care programs and summer camps.

PS 58, The Carroll School
330 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
The Carroll School sits in an idyllic location, right next to Carroll Park, route: {:action=>"show",More :controller=>"listings", :id=>"carroll-park"} -->.