Berkeley-Carroll School 181 Lincoln Pl, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Berekeley-Carroll school is a college preparatory day school for children ages pre-K through 12th grade. It has…More 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.
Old First Nursery School 729 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Though located in the similarly named Old First Church on Seventh Avenue, Old First Nursery School is a secular…More 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.
Slope Music 271 9th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Housed in a beautiful blue building on 9th street dating back to 1850, Slope Music School is a small, private music…More 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, NY11215 The St. Francis Xavier youth programs are held after school. They offer homework help, recreational activities, arts and…More 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.
Holy Name of Jesus School 241 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY11215 Since 1885, the Holy Name of Jesus School has been educating Catholic girls and boys in the ways of both religion and…More 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 is a public elementary school in Park Slope. The school offers…More 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.
Beansprouts Nursery School 453 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 With five locations throughout Park Slope, Beansprouts Nursery School offers two-day, three-day and five-day-a-week…More 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.
Special Education School 77 62 Park Pl, Brooklyn, NY11217 Park Slope's special education school is for autistic students aged 10 to 21 and helps students develop skills to help…More them become as independent as possible. The students are often seen volunteering around the community at spots like the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.
Camp Friendship 339 8th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Founded in 1973, Camp Friendship began when neighbors decided to raise funds for kids in need to attend summer camp.…More Since then, after school and recreational programs including basketball and baseball are supported by a staff of trained parents and youth volunteers. Arts and crafts, martial arts and dance/movement and fitness program featuring ballet, tap, modern dance, creative dance and gymnastics is also available for children ages 5 through 14 years old. The not-for-profit organization is open year-round and provides after school programs during the school year.
Julie Stoil Fernandez 21 Webster Pl, Brooklyn, NY11215 Julie Stoil Fernandez is a 1992 graduate of Northeastern University Law School. Ms. Fernandez specializes in…More guardianship law.
Five Points Learning 641 President St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Five Points Learning is a Brooklyn-based tutoring service with locations in Bay Ridge and Park Slope. The company's…More staff of experienced educators work with students from elementary school through high school, offering professional math, science, English, homework help and standardized test preparation services. Visit the Five Points Learning Web site for program, staff and registration information.
Pinos La Forchetta Pizzeria 181 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Pino's La Forchetta Pizzeria & Restaurant has been with Park Slope for more than 35 years. The pizzeria shop is a…More landmark in Park Slope, offering great tasting pizza and now also offering whole wheat pizza. The pizzeria is frequented by locals, especially parents and school children of P.S. 321, which is located directly across the street. The location offers plenty of seating, which is especially helpful in accommodating the many hungry children after school.