École Internationale de New York (EINY)

L’Ecole Internationale de New York, EINY, is the independent, international French-American school located in the Gramercy area.  At its three-location campus around Madison Square Park, the school offers an academic bilingual program in French and English to students across Pre-school, Elementary and Middle School. The school also provides a Mandarin program and integrates Spanish as a fourth language.

EINY is fully accredited by the French Ministry of Education and is affiliated with the Mission Laïque Française that has a network of 25 French international schools in the United States. The school combines the rigor of France’s curriculum and the American emphasis on independent thinking with an international perspective. Teachers are certified from the French and American educational system.

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EINY is the independent, international French-American school located in Gramercy. Across its three-location campus around Madison Square Park, EINY offers an academic bilingual program in French and English across Pre-school, Elementary and Middle School, along with Mandarin and Spanish programs.EINY is fully accredited by the French Ministry of Education and affiliated with the Mission Laïque Française, the American network of 25 French international schools. Certified from the French and American systems, teachers instill the rigor of the French curriculum and the American emphasis on independent thinking.


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Ecole International's goal "is to teach both French and English programs dictated by the national core program and New York State curriculum," says school co-founder and director Yves Rivaud. "We teach in French two-thirds of the time, and in English one-third of the time." The school's core subjects include math, science, English language arts, French reading, social studies, history, and geography. All classes have two teachers, one French and one American, who work as a team. "We want students to have all they need to become bilingual within a few years," Rivaud says.