From traditional schools to progressive programs, Chronogram’s coverage of educational opportunities in the Hudson Valley is wide reaching. Feature articles address controversial issues, like technology and meditation in the classroom, as well as interviews with educators and students. Nontraditional educational opportunities in the Hudson Valley, like Waldorf and Montessori schools, are profiled so that parents can make a more informed decision about where their child goes to school.
A roundup of adult learning opportunities in the Hudson Valley—from pottery and gardening to music and martial arts.
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Planning a Succesful Transition
When Hillary Harvey discovered that local homeschoolers were struggling with college admissions, she decided to investigate.
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Anne Pyburn Craig explores the current mania for standardized testing.
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Hudson Valley Schools
Chronogram’s school coverage ranges from elementary school and high school to early college programs and higher education in Upstate New York. Bard College at Simon’s Rock offers a nontraditional college for the early achiever while continuing education opportunities in the Hudson Valley include classes and programs for adults getting a late start. Interviews with local educators, like Vassar College President Catherine Hill, give a sense of the infrastructure of local school systems. Our Education Almanac offers a resource for navigating the wide-variety of educational offerings in the Hudson Valley, including Woodstock schools, Kingston schools, and more.
Hudson Valley Camps
Chronogram’s coverage of Hudson Valley summer camps includes programs available through the YMCA, local schools, nature museums, adventure camps, and arts and culture programs. We feature comprehensive almanacs detailing available summer camps in the area, as well as more detailed program lists for specific organizations, like Poughkeepsie Day School and Mill Street Loft.