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High Meadow School 



In the heart of Stone Ridge
stands a 19th century brick mansion surrounded by nine acres of trails, ripe for exploration and learning. High Meadow is a not-forprofit, progressive independent school that puts each child at the center of a continuously challenging curriculum that employs experiential, instructional, and integrated learning across the academic spectrum. In addition to a broad array of core arts classes, High Meadow School has received a prestigious multi-year grant from New York State Council on the Arts, partnering teachers with artists to deepen academic learning. As students move to the Upper School, which features a 260 seat Performing Arts and Athletic Center and five new classrooms, Science and the Arts become the focus. The extraordinary teaching staff brings experience, innovation, and a wide body of knowledge. The diverse mix of families, committed to building a community that develops the whole child, makes High Meadow a rare find. This is a place where children, toddler through eighth grade, truly love to be!

On Sunday, March 21:
Meet our teachers and tour our facilities from
12:30 to 2:00 then groove to Family Bands Liz Mitchell,
Grenadilla, and Dog on Fleas at 2:00. For more information
about our school and tickets to the concert log on to
www.highmeadowschool.org


Report Card

Grades offered: Toddler through eighth grades
Teacher Student Ratio: average of 2:16
Accreditation: Chartered by New York State Education Department (NY SED) and Accreditation Pending with New York State Asociation of Independent Schools (NY SAIS)
Tuition: $10,500
Address: 3643 Main St Stone Ridge, NY 12484
Email: contact@highmeadowschool.org
Website: www.Highmeadowschool.org
Phone: (845) 687-4855


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