Berkshire Country Day School
Berkshire Country Day School is dedicated to encouraging academic excellence at the highest level and to realizing each student’s potential for well-rounded development. We provide a stimulating and challenging education in a supportive and nurturing environment. In the spirit of inquiry and discovery, students learn to be resourceful and responsible. In an atmosphere of mutual respect, students learn about community and caring for others. Berkshire Country Day School is a place where each student can meet success as a 21st century learner.
Berkshire Country Day School is an independent school for students in preschool through ninth grade. BCD is located on Route 183 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Columbia-Greene Community College
A State University of New York community college located in Hudson, NY.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia County
Cornell Cooperative Extension actively supports equal education and employment opportunities. No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, religion, political beliefs, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability. Cornell Cooperative Extension is committed to the maintenance of affirmative action programs that will assure the continuation of such equality of opportunity.
Darrow School is a boarding and day school for grades 9-12 offering a rigorous, comprehensive, hands-on, college-preparatory curriculum in a supportive environment. A 4-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio allows for a high level of individual attention, and an average class size of nine affords all students the opportunity to actively participate in the learning process and develop deep and lasting connections with all members of the community.
Emma Willard School
Honoring its founder’s vision, Emma Willard School proudly fosters in each young woman a love of learning, the habits of an intellectual life, and the character, moral strength, and qualities of leadership to serve and shape her world.
Family Resource Centers of Columbia County
We think that raising young children is one of the hardest jobs. Our purpose is to to make that job easier. At our Family Resource Centers, mothers, fathers, grandparents and others caring for young children can drop in for companionship, an opportunity to share problems and concerns, attend a parent education workshop, and offer preschool-age children the benefits of our supervised Circle Time playgroup. Each Center has trained childcare staff, snacks for adults and kids, and peer support programs for adults.
We think that raising young children is one of the hardest jobs. Our purpose is to to make that job easier. At our Family Resource Centers, mothers, fathers, grandparents and others caring for young children can drop in for companionship, an opportunity to share problems and concerns, attend a parent education workshop, and offer preschool-age children the benefits of our supervised Circle Time playgroup. Each Center has trained childcare staff, snacks for adults and kids, and peer support programs for adults. Our Circle Time playgroups are open to all without charge and our families represent every economic, social and educational level.
Hawthorne Valley School
Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School nurtures the artistic, academic, physical and moral development of the growing child by supporting the three-fold nature of the human being, which encompasses body, soul and spirit. The school strives to build a living connection to the environment, while cultivating social responsibility and fostering a will to work in the world. This education of the whole human being strives to develop freethinking, reverent individuals who will impart purpose and direction to their lives and make meaningful contributions to the future.
Hudson Valley Community College
Hudson Valley Community College serves approximately 13,500 students each semester, and employs more than 630 full- and part-time faculty members. Currently the second-largest institution of higher learning in the Capital Region of New York State, Hudson Valley Community College offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs through its four schools: Business; Engineering & Industrial Technologies; Health Sciences; and Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Ichabod Crane School District
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Mountain Road School
Mountain Road School supports, challenges and empowers the whole child within a loving and collaborative community of parents,teachers and students.
A Mountain Road education fosters academic and creative excellence, ethical and spiritual development, engagement with the world, and creates a foundation for lifelong learning.
Robert C. Parker School
Robert C. Parker School is an independent, non-sectarian, progressive school serving boys and girls in preschool through 8th grade. Founded in 1991, we are located in a sunny 23,000 square foot facility on 77 acres of meadows and woodlands in North Greenbush, just across the Hudson River from Albany. Our driveway is two miles east of I-90’s Exit 8.
The Albany Academics
The Albany Academies is a Preschool-grade 12 independent college-preparatory single-gender school committed to developing the potential of the whole individual by building a community that fosters scholarship, leadership, character, service and creativity. Our core values include responsibility, self-discipline, compassion, ingenuity, respect, service, integrity and perseverance.
The Doane Stuart School
Doane Stuart is an interfaith school and the nation’s only successfully merged Protestant/Catholic School. It is the area’s leading coeducational Nursery through Grade 12 Independent School.
Woodland Hill Montessori School
Woodland Hill Montessori School, one of the oldest Montessori schools in the nation, brings the innovative philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori to New York’s Capital Region. The century-old Montessori method nurtures a child’s natural love of learning and supports each child’s journey toward independence, self-actualization, and personal excellence.