We are currently accepting applications for our 2017-18 school year for grades 1 – 4, kindergarten and nursery. To find out more, please email email@example.com.
Our after-school choral program draws upon the rich tradition of classical and choral singing with instruction inspired by the Kodaly and Orff methods.
This drop-off program will focus on the foundations of music making including: fine-tuned listening, melody, pitch, relative pitch, healthy vocal practice, and musicianship.
Music Director: Anna Park
Ms. Park is a pianist, music director, and Waldorf teacher who trained at The Juilliard School and Oberlin College and Conservatory. Ms. Park has performed at numerous venues worldwide including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
All skill-levels welcome!
- Fee: $235
- 10 weekly sessions March 22 – May 31
- Plus one evening performance concert Saturday, June 3
- For children currently in first – third grade
Register Today! (Late registration through April 1 available–prorated fee applies)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Visit New Amsterdam and discover our unique, thoughtful and caring approach to educating the whole child.
Join us for March Open Day, Saturday, March 25, 10:00am – noon.
- Sample classes for children 2 – 6 years old with free play, bread baking, morning circle and puppet show.
- Children 7 – 9 are invited to join us for watercolor painting and crafting.
- Parents are welcome to join us for a conversation about our programs.
Tours are offered every Thursday morning. Please email Kaarin, our Director of Admissions, to join us : email@example.com
Introducing Tiered Tuition for our Grade School
- Tier 1 : $25,000
- Tier 2 : $18,500
- Tier 3 : $12,000
We aim to offer a workable tuition for families who want to partake of all the many wonderful things that New Amsterdam has to offer: a unique, home-like environment with excellent, committed teachers, a superior level of academic instruction, one-on-one instruction as needed, music, cello, art, Japanese language, and so much more.
As a guideline, applicants who earn $125,000 a year or less can expect to qualify for Tier 3 and pay $12,000 in tuition. Applicants who earn approximately $125,000-175,000 per year can expect to qualify for Tier 2 and pay $18,500 per year in tuition. Applicants earning more than $175,000 per year can expect to pay the full tuition of $25,000 (Tier 1). Please note we will also consider a family’s debt and assets when determining tier qualifications.