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Berkeley-Carroll School
181 Lincoln Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The Berekeley-Carroll school is a college preparatory day school for children ages pre-K through 12th grade. It hasMore been in Park Slope for more than 100 years. At both the lower school on Carroll Street and the upper and middle school on Lincoln Place, the school offers numerous extracurricular activities as well as summer programs and day camps. The school also features a full athletic center, including a 75-foot pool.
Saint Saviour High School
590 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Saint Saviour High School is an all-girls Catholic high school run by Saint Saviour Church. Despite the small studentMore body, the school boasts a number of extracurricular activities, sports teams and Advanced Placement courses. In the past, the school has also enjoyed a 100 percent graduation rate.
Montessori School of New York
105 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Located in a historical landmark building on shady Eighth Avenue, the Montessori School of New York is a nonprofitMore establishment and New York City's first Montessori school. Unlike most Montessori schools, which end at kindergarten, MSNY educates Pre-K through 8th grade. The international school hosts many foreign children and offers a diverse multicultural curriculum. 
The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research
237 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research is a public school operated by the New York City Department ofMore Education. The school educates students in grades six through twelve. Class sizes may range from 26 to 32. The school is located on 7th Avenue, between 4th and 5th Streets. It was formerly the home of John Jay High School, which closed due to low performance in 2004.
P.S. 10
511 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
P.S. 10 is a New York City Magnet School for math, science and technology. The school also enjoys a full music program,More as well as partnerships with the Met Opera, the Piano School of NYC and Écoles Françaises New York. There are a number of morning and after-school enrichment programs available to the students.
Old First Nursery School
729 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Though located in the similarly named Old First Church on Seventh Avenue, Old First Nursery School is a secularMore preschool cooperative for children ages two years and nine months to five years. The school's educational philosophy is art, active-learning and play-based. Parents participate in managing and maintaining the school.  
P.S. 321 The William Penn School
180 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
At Park Slope's P.S. 321, teachers place a particularly heavy emphasis on writing. The school additionally offers aMore large variety of after-school enrichment programming. For the parents of Arabic speaking students, there is an Arabic parents; group. The school features a small vegetable garden and hosts a year-round weekly flea market.
Slope Music
271 9th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Housed in a beautiful blue building on 9th street dating back to 1850, Slope Music School is a small, private musicMore school offering lessons to all levels of students in Park Slope. Vita and Charles Sibirsky started the school in 1981 and have been teaching the community to play since then. The seven teachers at the school often play in the community as well. They can be seen at the Old Stone House, the local library, and various jazz clubs around town. Classes are held one on one in the different and beautiful studios in the school and are offered to adults and children. 
St Francis After School
763 President St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The St. Francis Xavier youth programs are held after school. They offer homework help, recreational activities, arts andMore crafts, family nights and more for local children to lead active, fun lives in a safe environment. They also help with standardized test preparation. The programs, held at the St. Francis school on a safe, quaint block, are offered to both the Catholic school and public school children in the area, up to the junior high level. Students may participate in dance, choir, science, sports, and more, with their peers.
P.S. 133 William A. Butler School
211 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Located on the corner of bustling Fourth Avenue and Eighth Street, P.S. 133 is a New York City school for Pre-K throughMore fifth graders. The school additionally hosts an after-school program run by University Settlement, with programming including music, science and literacy development. Brooklyn Arts Connection additionally provides an after-school mosaic-making class, drama program and visual arts program here. P.S. 133 has a strong emphasis on social-emotional learning as well as academic. 
Saint Saviour Elementary School
701 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Run by the neighboring Saint Saviour church, Saint Saviour Elementary School is a Catholic school for childrenMore in grades pre-k through eighth. The school offers a number of extracurricular enrichment programs, including cooking, basketball and comic book writing, as well as early-bird and late pick-up programs.
P.S. 39 The Henry Bristow Landmark School
417 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Located on a quiet block on 6th Avenue, P.S. 39 is a New York City Public School for children in preschool throughMore fifth grade. The school also hosts an after-school program that offers homework assistance, arts, sports, karate and Italian enrichment.   
Holy Name of Jesus School
241 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Since 1885, the Holy Name of Jesus School has been educating Catholic girls and boys in the ways of both religion andMore academia. On the expansive grounds of the Holy Name of Jesus Parish, the Pre-K through 8th grade school is located just a few blocks from Prospect Park. The school additionally provides an after-school program that runs until 6pm.
PS 124 Silas B. Dutcher Elementary School
515 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

PS 124 Silas B. Dutcher Elementary School is a public elementary school in Park Slope. The school offersMore district-approved curricula for children in grades pre-k through 5. Lessons focus on an array of subject-based learning, technology, media studies and children's literature. Extracurricular activities such as visual and performing arts are available as well.

The school runs a blog to which both teachers and students contribute.

Chai Tots Preschool
70 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Prospect Park West Branch of Chai Tots Preschool is one of three Chai Tots schools in the South Brooklyn area. TheMore school focuses on providing children ages 18 months to five years with both a Jewish and secular education, and offers flexible school plans for either two, three or five days a week. The school has four classrooms, each with two to three teachers.
P.S. 282/M.S. 282
180 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The combined elementry school and middle school at P.S. 282/M.S. 282 is a New York City public school for students inMore grades Pre-K through Eighth, located on Park Slope's quiet, residential Sixth Avenue. The school offers gifted and talented classes for students in kindergarten through fifth grades, as well as a variety of enrichment and exrtacurricular activities. The Teachers College Workshop Model and Everyday Mathematics are also incorporated into the curriculum.
Brooklyn Free Space
298 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Brooklyn Free Space is a cooperative preschool program for children ages 2.5 to 4.8, run by participating memberMore families. The school focuses on social and emotional education, with enrichment opportunities such as music, art and dance. The school also offers early bird and after school programs.
Beansprouts Nursery School
453 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
With five locations throughout Park Slope, Beansprouts Nursery School offers two-day, three-day and five-day-a-weekMore programs for  children. The school features a physical, emotional, social and cognitive curriculum. Early-bird and late-pickup programs are also available for working parents.
Park Slope Christian Academy
98 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Located on Park Slope's bustling Fifth Avenue, Park Slope Christian Academy is a private Kindergarten-through-EighthMore grade school run by the Park Slope Christian Tabernacle. The school offers daily Bible study as well as a Middle School Law Institute and Medical Academy.
The Park Slope Day Camp
241 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY 11215
With branches across Park Slope and Windsor Terrace, as well as other Brooklyn neighborhoods, the Park Slope Day CampMore offers summer camp and after-school programs year-round for children in elementary school and middle school. The summer camp offers frequent day trips, such as horseback riding and beach trips. It also offers a special summer circus camp. The Windsor Terrace branch is located at the Holy Name of Jesus School.
Huggs Day School
763 President St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Huggs Day School is licensed and insured, accepting children age 2-4.  The school is located on President Street,More between 6th and 7th Avenues.  The program for those ages 2-3 has a student-to-teacher ratio of 15:3.  The program for those ages 3-4 has a ratio of 18:2. 
The Park Slope Day Camp
180 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
With branches across Park Slope, as well as other Park Slope neighborhoods, the Park Slope Day Camp offers summer campMore and after school programs all year round for children in elementary school and middle school. The summer camp offers frequent day trips, such as horseback riding and beach trips. It also offers a special summer circus camp.
PS 295
330 18th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
PS 295 is a studio school for arts and culture located between the neighborhoods of Windsor Terrace, Sunset Park andMore Park Slope on 18th Street in Brooklyn. The school is made up of a diverse community of families working to provide students a comprehensive education enriched by a curriculum emphasizing the arts. The school offers numerous programs for kids, including Pre-K, kindergarten and first through fifth grade classes. The school also has numerous special classes, including art, science and drama. Check the school's website for details on its programs or for a schedule of events.
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