Upcoming Events

May 1

SSAT & ISEE Parent Workshop, Speaker: Adam Nguyen, Ivy Link

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park and Lexington Time: 9:30am - 10:30am
May 2

SAT PARENT WORKSHOP, Speaker: Cory Brager, Ivy Link

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park and Lexington Time: 9:30am - 10:30am
May 6

Preschool Admissions Panel Discussion

Location: Barrow Street Nursery School, 27 Barrow Street Time: 6:00pm - 7:15pm Register
May 7

Preschool Admissions Panel Discussion

Location: Resurrection Episcopal Day School (REDS) 119 E. 74th St. Time: 9:30am - 10:45am Register
May 8

TURNING TECH INTO AN ALLY FOR CLOSENESS, CREATIVITY AND COMMUNITY, Speaker: Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D.

Location: Dwight School, The Quad at 18 West 89th Street Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Preschool Admission Workshops

Apr 24

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, first floor, between Lexington and Park Avenues Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park & Lexington Avenues Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Apr 29

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park & Lexington Avenues Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
May 1

Preschool Admissions Workshop DOWNTOWN LOCATION

Location: Corlears School 324 West 15th Street (between Eighth and Ninth Avenues) Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
May 5

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park and Lexington Avenues Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Featured Article

  • Play for the Ages

    By Patricia Hayot, Head, The Chapin School When we stop playing, we stop developing, and when that happens, the laws of entropy take over—things fall apart. Ultimately we...stop fully interacting with the world, more plant than animal. When we stop playing, we start dying. STUART BROWN, M.D. The most delightful memories of our childhoods often revolve around play: inventing games with friends, running to playgrounds after school, or begging our parents to let us stay out a little bit longer as the evening light fades.

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  • Physics First, Especially for Girls

    by Susan B. Lovell
    Science Department Chair

    Miss Hall’s School
    Where are the women in science professions? Where are the engineers, the astronomers, and the astronauts? Why do girls, who often dominate science in elementary school, tend to disappear from upper-level science classes in junior and senior years of high school? Girls’ participation in physics and computer science peaked twenty years ago and has been declining ever since, despite increased opportunity available due to changes in culture. Something is driving girls away. A look at changes in science education and the specific needs of girls might tell us what. Click Here to Download the Full Article