Upper West Side Public Schools

Upper West Side Public Schools

Now that you’re child has completed nursery school and pre-school, you can start worrying about kindergarten! Not every school fits every student’s needs. That’s why we’ve put together this list of Upper West Side public schools. Read below to find out what programs and what kind of educational-based approach to learning each school offers. And don’t forget to visit their official websites for information on the admissions process and more!

Public schools in Washington Heights

Upper West Side Public Schools

P.S. 87 William Sherman School

160 W. 78th St.

Upper West Side Public Schools

PS 87 is a public elementary school that’s home to a large and diverse student body. The school maintains the vision that children, staff, and parents are all important members of the community. Their style of communication helps the parents stay connected to what’s happening at the school at all times. The teachers are dedicated to their students and strive to help them develop their creative talents.


P.S. 145 The Bloomingdale School

150 West 105th Street

Upper West Side Public Schools

The Bloomingdale School uses technology as part of their everyday curriculum. They believe in the crucial importance technology will play throughout the 21st century. Teachers here implement a combination of face-to-face learning along with online teaching. Their mission is to shape students that are aware of the world’s issues and can work their way through problems independently. They strive to build excellent reading comprehension skills and oral reading fluency in each and every one of their students.


P.S. 163 Alfred E. Smith School

163 W. 97th St.

public schools on the upper west side

PS 163 is an elementary public school located on the Upper West Side that serves to those in grades Pre-K through grade 5. They offer four different educational programs: integrated co-teaching, general education, gifted & talented, and a dual language English and Spanish program. Their core curriculum focuses on the arts, sciences, and new technologies to expose students to a wide array of subjects.


Related Posts

The following two tabs change content below.
Edgar Catasus

Edgar Catasus

Edgar Catasus is a a film fanatic, a food lover, and an Upper West Side enthusiast. After working in PR and marketing in Chicago, he is pursuing his dream of becoming a writer. He loves photography and on his spare time you can find him hiking or biking the great outdoors (while also snapping some pretty awesome Instagram pics!).
Edgar Catasus

Latest posts by Edgar Catasus (see all)