Tuxedo Park School to host tours beginning Dec. 10

Tuxedo Park. The school was founded in 1900 and is a pre-K-3 through ninth grade independent, non-sectarian school.

03 Dec 2019 | 01:06

Tuxedo Park School will open it’s doors to visitors every second and fourth Tuesday beginning Tuesday, Dec. 10. Tours will begin at 8:30 am and end at 10 am.

Tuxedo Park School was founded in 1900 and is a pre-K-3 through ninth grade independent, non-sectarian school. It is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools and chartered by the State of New York.

Only 25 perent of TPS students come from Tuxedo Park. The school's diverse student body comes from Orange and Rockland counties in New York and Bergen, Sussex and Passaic counties in New Jersey. Bus transportation is provided to many of these areas and before and after school enrichment is available as well.

A strong tuition assistance program ensures the school is accessible to all families.

Tuxedo Park School students learn and grow in a nurturing atmosphere that provides time and guidance to explore identity, goals, and interests. By the time they reach eighth or ninth grade, they are fully prepared to choose the high school that best fits whom they have become, and they are fully prepared to be leaders in their new school community. After graduating TPS students attend day, boarding or local high schools.

Every morning students are greeted at the door by the Head of School Todd P. Stansbery who knows each and every child personally. The small class sizes ensure personalized attention and helps students develop into confident future leaders.

Contact Ruth Teague at 845-351-4737 or rteague@tuxedoparkschool.org to RSVP on Dec. 10 or any second or fourth Tuesday to experience Tuxedo Park School.