117 West 95th Street
New York, NY 10025
LOCATION and TRANSPORTATION: The Studio School is located at 117 West 95th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The closest subway stops are the and lines at 96th Street and Broadway, and the and lines at 96th Street and Central Park West. The nearest bus lines are the M104 on Broadway, the M7 and M11 lines that operate on Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, and the crosstown M96 stop at 96th Street and Columbus Avenue. Elementary School and Middle School students who meet minimum age and distance requirements are eligible for Student MetroCards.
HEAD OF SCHOOL: Janet C. Rotter
ENROLLMENT: Approximately 115 students
STUDENT BODY: Coed
AGES: Preschool (3 years) – Middle School (8th grade)
TODDLER PROGRAM: Yes (click here for more information)
GROUPINGS: The Studio School uses cross-age groupings rather than age-based grades or levels. Applicants to kindergarten must be five years old by August 31 of the year in which they start.
PROGRAMSEarly Childhood, Half DayEarly Childhood, Full Day
Elementary School (Grades 1-4)Middle School (Grades 5-8)Fee for Partial Year EnrollmentFinance FeeWire Transfer FeeHOURS8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.*
8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.* TUITION 2018-2019$30,350
* Early dismissal on Wednesdays for all full day students at 2:00 p.m.
AFTERSCHOOL: Yes (click here for more information)
ALLERGIES & SENSITIVITIES: So that Studio may keep each child safe, the school surveys the parents of enrolled students before the beginning of each school year to learn about each child’s food, animal, or environmental allergies or sensitivities and food preferences. Once our designated health and safety administrator has received information from a family, she will call the family to review that information with them, and also talk with the child’s doctor if the child has allergies or sensitivities that may require medication. For students with more severe allergies that are potentially life-threatening, the child’s teacher, program head, and the safety administrator will meet with the child’s parents to develop an allergy plan tailored for that child.
It is the responsibility of the parent to immediately alert our health and safety administrator about any allergy-related experience, change of medication, and any new information concerning their child’s allergies. An online allergy form can be found in the Forms Library of the Parent's Page. See 'Parent Login' at top of this page.
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: The Studio School is committed to creating a community that celebrates the richness of life and the common bonds of all humanity. We are dedicated to teaching students and involving their families in a non-judgmental and heterogeneous way regardless of age, race, religion, sex, national origins, or family composition.