École Internationale de New York (EINY)

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The Ecole Internationale de New York, EINY, is the independent, international French-American school located in the Flatiron area.  At its three-location campus around Madison Square Park and Gramercy Park, the school offers an academic bilingual program in French and English to students across Pre-Elementary, Elementary and Middle School. The school also introduces Mandarin in 3rd grade and integrates Spanish as an optional third language in Middle School.

EINY Pre-Elementary and Elementary sections are fully accredited by the French Ministry of Education. 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 or American educational system.

EINY accepts applications on a rolling basis. Private school tours are available upon request.

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SUMMER FUN – PROGRAMS & CLASSES – PRINT GUIDE
EINY’s 2016 Summer Camp offers a fun and enriching bilingual experience in French and English through a wide range of activities including art, music, games, sports, and cultural excursions as students are immersed in both French and English. Designed and tailored for different age groups ranging from ages 3-10, of all language backgrounds, from 9am-3:30pm, with an option of extended day from 8:30am-5pm. Located in the neighborhood of Flatiron.


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Ecole Internationale de New York's goal "is to teach both French and English programs beyond the national core program and New York State curriculum," says school 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 program includes English and French language arts, math, science, social studies, and humanities taught in both English and French. 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 world citizens within a few years," Rivaud says.