New York Parent Beat: The Parents League

AGIf you’re a New York parent enduring the gruelling independent school admissions process, check out the Parents League. My inside source says they are on the ball and even have information about available spaces (from pre-k through grade 12) after the regular admissions process is over. Not surprising since, according to their website:

“[A] team of 10 School Advisors . . . [whose] backgrounds range from former admissions officers to board members and former teachers . . . make regular visits and have regular contact with [their] affiliated schools, which enables them to stay informed and up to date.”

In addition to frequent workshops, League advisors are available for individual consultations and will answer questions by phone as well.

The League is a not-for-profit association of parents and independent schools. To become a member, click here.

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