The Manhattan Family Guide to Private Schools

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Soho Press, 1997 - Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) - 465 pages
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More than 68 private elementary and high schools located in Manhattan and the adjacent boroughs are described in this updated edition. This book is essential to parents seeking the appropriate school for their child.

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Contents

The Abraham Joshua Heschel School
53
The AllenStevenson School
60
Bank Street School for Children
67
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About the author (1997)

Victoria Goldman and Catherine Hausman both have children in private schools and are often quoted for their expertise concerning private education. Their articles have appeared in New York Magazine and The New York Times. Victoria Goldman is co-author of the Manhattan Directory of Private Nursery Schools and the author of the Los Angeles Guide to Private Schools.

Victoria Goldman has had children in private schools and is often quoted for her expertise concerning private education. Her articles have appeared in New York Magazine and The New York Times. Victoria Goldman is co-author of the Manhattan Directory of Private Nursery Schools and the author of the Los Angeles Guide to Private Schools.

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