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Top 20 Best Private Schools in Queens County (2023)





Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy


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17914 Dalny Rd
Jamaica, NY 11432
(718) 739-5933

Grades: NS-8

| 455 students

The Kew-Forest School

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11917 Union Tpke
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(718) 268-4667

Grades: NS-12

| 235 students

The Windsor School

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37-02 Main Street
Flushing, NY 11354
(718) 359-8300

Grades: 7-12

| 101 students

ABC Preschool & Kindergarten Center

Daycare / Preschool

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6620 Laurel Hill Blvd
Woodside, NY 11377
(718) 672-2424

Grades: NS-PK

| 150 students

Flushing Christian School


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41-54 Murray St
Flushing, NY 11355
(718) 445-3533

Grades: K-8

| 133 students

Martin Luther School

(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)

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60-02 Maspeth Avenue
Maspeth, NY 11378
(718) 894-4000

Grades: 6-12

| 200 students

82nd Street Academics

Alternative School

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81-10 35th Avenue
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
(718) 457-0429

Grades: PK-10

| 575 students

Al-ihsan Academy


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130-08 Rockaway Blvd.
South Ozone Park, NY 11420
(718) 322-3154

Grades: PK-12

| 510 students

Archbishop Molloy High School


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8353 Manton St
Jamaica, NY 11435
(718) 441-2100

Grades: 9-12

| 1,546 students

Bnos Bais Yaakov-far Rockaway

All-girls (Jewish)

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613 Beach 9th St
Far Rockaway, NY 11691
(718) 337-6000

Grades: PK-12

| 1,136 students

Bnos Malka Academy

All-girls (Jewish)

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7102 113th St
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(718) 268-2667

Grades: PK-8

| 339 students

Christ The King High School


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6802 Metropolitan Ave
Middle Village, NY 11379
(718) 366-7400

Grades: 9-12

| 600 students

Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy


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5610 214th St
Oakland Gardens, NY 11364
(718) 631-3153

Grades: PK-8

| 411 students

Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy


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4511 245th St
Little Neck, NY 11362
(718) 631-3153

Grades: PK-8

| 392 students

Evangel Christian School


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3921 Crescent St
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 397-9600

Grades: PK-12

| 453 students

Ezra Academy


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11945 Union Tpke
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(718) 263-5500

Grades: 7-12

| 121 students

Garden School

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3316 79th St
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
(718) 335-6363

Grades: NS-12

| 215 students

Holy Child Jesus Catholic Academy


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11102 86th Ave
Richmond Hill, NY 11418
(718) 849-3988

Grades: PK-8

| 407 students

Holy Cross High School


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26-20 Francis Lewis Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11358
(718) 886-7250

Grades: 9-12

| 650 students

Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School

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209-15 Horace Harding Expressway
Oakland Gardens, NY 11364
(718) 225-4826

Grades: PK-6

| 92 students

Incarnation Catholic Academy


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8915 Francis Lewis Blvd
Queens Village, NY 11427
(718) 465-5066

Grades: PK-8

| 292 students

Jewish Institute Of Queens


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6005 Woodhaven Blvd
Elmhurst, NY 11373
(718) 426-9369

Grades: PK-12

| 617 students

The Mary Louis Academy

All-girls (Catholic)

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17621 Wexford Ter
Jamaica, NY 11432
(718) 297-2120

Grades: 9-12

| 760 students

Mi Nuevo Mundo Children Education Center

Daycare / Preschool

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31-05 51st Street –
Woodside, NY 11377
(718) 626-7394

Grades: NS-PK

| 161 students

Monsignor Mcclancy Memorial High School


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7106 31st Ave
East Elmhurst, NY 11370
(718) 898-3800

Grades: 9-12

| 656 students

Our Lady Of Fatima School


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2538 80th St
East Elmhurst, NY 11370
(718) 429-7031

Grades: PK-8

| 412 students

Our Lady Of Hope Catholic Academy


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6121 71st St
Middle Village, NY 11379
(718) 455-8353

Grades: PK-8

| 539 students

Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy


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11110 115th St
South Ozone Park, NY 11420
(718) 843-4184

Grades: PK-8

| 465 students

Our Lady Of The Blessed Sacrament


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3445 202nd St
Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 229-4434

Grades: PK-8

| 350 students

Queen’s Paideia School

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4402 23rd St
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 836-7001

Grades: K-8

| 22 students

Sacred Heart Catholic Academy


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8405 78th Ave
Ridgewood, NY 11385
(718) 456-6636

Grades: PK-8

| 353 students

Sacred Heart School


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21601 38th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 631-4804

Grades: PK-8

| 381 students

St. Adalbert Elementary School


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5217 83rd St
Elmhurst, NY 11373
(718) 424-2376

Grades: PK-8

| 336 students

St. Demetrios School

(Greek Orthodox)

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3003 30th Dr
Astoria, NY 11102
(718) 728-1754

Grades: 4-12

| 356 students

St. Elizabeth Catholic Academy


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94-01 85 Street
Ozone Park, NY 11416
(718) 641-6990

Grades: NS-8

| 372 students

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7 Bayside K-8 Public Schools Named Best In State: U.S. News

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More than half of the schools in Queens that ranked among the top 50 list of the city’s best K-8 public schools are in Northeast Queens.

Kayla Levy, Patch Staff

Ps 203 Oakland Gardens​, an K-5 school in Bayside Hills pictured here, ranked the highest among Northeast Queens’ elementary schools on the list, coming in 15th place in the city and 27th place in the state. (Google Maps)

BAYSIDE, QUEENS — Seven elementary and middle schools in Bayside were named among the best in New York, according to a first-of-its-kind ranking released Tuesday by U.S. News and World Report.

For the inaugural list, U.S. News published rankings and data on more than 80,000 public elementary and middle schools across the United States — over 1,220 of which are a part of the New York City Public School system.

Seven elementary and middle schools in Bayside appeared in the top 50 ranking of the city’s best public K-8 schools, and all were ranked among the state’s 100 best schools.

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Ps 203 Oakland Gardens, an K-5 school in Bayside Hills, ranked the highest among Northeast Queens’ elementary schools on the list, coming in 15th place in the city and 27th place in the state.

As for middle schools, JHS 74 Nathaniel Hawthorne was the highest ranked in Bayside, coming in 30th in the district and 46th in New York state.

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Here’s a complete look at the Northeast Queens public schools that ranked among the top 50 of either the best elementary or middle schools in New York City. We included each school’s state ranking, too.

Northeast Queens elementary schools

  • Ps 203 Oakland Gardens: No. 15 in NYC and No. 27 in New York State
  • The Active Learning Elementary School: No. 21 in NYC and No. 34 in New York State
  • Ps 41 Crocheron: No. 27 in NYC and No. 45 in New York State
  • Ps 94 David D Porter: No. 31 in NYC and No. 52 in New York State
  • Ps 205 Alexander Graham Bell: No. 33 in NYC and No. 55 in New York State
  • The Ps 98 Douglaston School: No. 41 in NYC and No. 74 in New York State
  • Ps 130: No. 44 in NYC and No. 80 in New York State
  • The James J Ambrose School: No. 48 in NYC and No. 89 in New York State

Northeast Queens middle schools

  • The Queens College School for Math Science & Technology: No. 26 in NYC and No. 37 in New York State
  • JHS 67 Louis Pasteur: No. 27 in NYC and No. 38 in New York State
  • JHS 74 Nathaniel Hawthorne: No. 30 in NYC and No. 46 in New York State
  • JHS 216 George J Ryan: No. 34 in NYC and No. 53 in New York State
  • East-West School of International Studies: No. 44 in NYC and No. 73 in New York State
  • Ms 158 Marie Curie: No. 45 in NYC and No. 74 in New York State
  • Bell Academy: No. 46 in NYC and No. 76 in New York State

All told, 27 schools in Queens ranked among the top 50 elementary and middle schools in the city, U.S. News found. Among those top schools, more than half are located in Northeast Queens, a part of the borough that’s wealthier and whiter than other parts of the World’s Borough.

Patch mapped the top schools here (schools in Northeast Queens are in blue, schools in Central Queens are in green, schools in Northwest Queens are in yellow, schools in Southeast Queens are in red):

To determine the rankings, U.S. News used data from the U.S. Department of Education to analyze math and reading proficiency and performance. Proficiency was based on how well students did on state assessments, and performance was assessed by how well they did compared with school expectations.

The state assessment data used in the rankings is from the 2018-19 school year and, therefore, predates any effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on test-taking.

Nationally, California has 5,534 ranked elementary schools — the most of any state — followed by Texas at 4,446; New York at 2,211; Florida at 2,128; and Illinois at 2,038 schools.

California also has the most ranked middle schools with 2,319, followed by Texas at 1,942; Illinois at 1,243; New York at 1,219; and Florida at 997.

This isn’t the first time that educational institutions in Queens have topped U.S. News’ school rankings: In April, a Kew Gardens Hills high school was named the best in New York State, and the 12th best nationally, in the outlet’s annual high school ranking report.

Schools in Northeast Queens have also been singled out for accolades in the recent past: Last month, The St. Francis Preparatory School, located in Fresh Meadows on the border of Bayside, was named among the best private high schools in Queens.

Find the complete list of 2021’s Best K-8 Schools here.

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18 Best Fashion Schools in New York 2023

Do you love fashion? And you want to advance your career in New York? Then this article about fashion schools in New York is a great start for you to make your choice.

New York is a big city that has hosted many events and the people who live here are ambitious and always want to stand out in everything they do.

Dress is one way to stand out. To do this, you need to dress smart and original.

New York is the 7th most fashionable city in the world.

The city holds its Fashion Week every fall and spring of the year. Fashion designers from all over the world gather at this event to showcase their designs and craftsmanship in the fashion world.

Fashion in New York is generally important because it is the place where people from all over the world buy all sorts of fashion items. And also as a result of their long history of fashion since ancient times.

Need to get a degree from a school in another to specialize in this. For anything you want to get into, you need a degree to get it far. Whether you are attending cosmetology school, aesthetic school, or any other beauty school, the important thing is that you have complete training in it.

Fashion education is important because it allows you to be prepared for everything related to fashion and also to really immerse yourself in fashion.

How much do New York fashion schools cost?

The average cost in post-AIDS fashion schools is $10,389.

Average cost before assistance is $25,113.

How to Apply to Textile Schools in New York

Below are the ways to apply to Textile Schools in New York.

  • Submit your school transit or GED result.
  • Fill out the application form.
  • Pay registration fee
  • Write an introductory essay
  • Submit SAT score or Act
  • Send letters of recommendation
  • Show your portfolio.

Best Textile Schools in New York

The following schools have been selected as the best clothing schools in New York. They are highly recommended by students who have gone through school and remain the best in the fashion industry.

  • Parsons New School of Fashion Design
  • New York School of Design
  • LIM College
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Esaie Couture Design School
  • New York Sewing Center
  • Cazenovia College
  • Cornell University
  • CUNY Community College Kingsboro
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • SUNY Westchester Community College
  • Art Institute of New York
  • Marist College
  • Nassau Community College
  • Syracuse University
  • Wood Tobe School – Coburn
  • Pratt Mine Institute
  • Villa Maria College
  1. Parson’s New Fashion Design School

This is one of the best schools in New York. It was founded in 1896. The school is known to have produced a large number of educated successful designers who have received several degrees, programs and diplomas.

They are engaged in fashion design and marketing, which allows them to compete professionally with graduates. It is one of the schools of fashion that weaves project-based techniques.

They organize studios and workshop programs such as Fashion Design (AAS), Fashion Design and Society (MFA), Fashion Management Online (MPS) and Textiles (MFA).

At Parsons Fashion School, students who are financially unable to pay tuition receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships.

2. New York School of Design

This is one of the fashion schools in New York specializing in professional fashion education.

This school lives up to the expectations of students, regardless of their interests. This gives scope for the study of different areas of fashion.

The New York School of Design is an internationally recognized design school and one of the most renowned fashion colleges in New York City, offering students effective hands-on training in fashion and design.

This school, unlike other schools, provides the required entry points at foundation, certificate, and expert levels.

3. LIM College

This is one of New York City’s dress schools where graduates gain degrees, experience and connections to start their respective careers in their field.

LIM College is a private college founded in 1939 in downtown Manhattan. This is an exceptional private education that gives you the skills and knowledge you will need to make a name for yourself in the fashion business.

One of the things that makes this fashion school different from others is that various companies connected with the fashion industry provide opportunities for graduates of this fashion school.

Some degrees such as Business of Fashion (BBA) and International Business (BS) are available from LIM College.

LIM College students have received several internship opportunities in virtually every aspect of fashion, from e-commerce production to trend forecasting.

4. Rochester Institute of Technology

This institute was founded in 1829. It is privately owned and one of the top fashion colleges in New York City, at the center of technology, art and design.

They have varieties and cooperative people, busy and intellectually curious.

Rochester Institute of Technology is known for its creativity and professionalism. They offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in metalworking and jewelry.

Furthermore, students who are unable to participate financially, as well as students who are deaf or hard of hearing, benefit from scholarship opportunities provided by the school.

5. Esaie Couture School of Design

This is one of the best textile schools where everyone has the opportunity to learn at their own pace and gain global experience.

This is a unique fashion school that allows you to have access to online fashion design and sewing courses at any time.

The school has its own workshop where, as soon as you register, you will be introduced to beginners in sewing, draping and pattern making.

There are many online courses, but some of them include:

  • Sewing courses
  • Technical projects
  • Creating a template
  • Embroidery
  • Fashion Merchandising

6. New York Sewing Center

The founder of the New York Sewing Center is Christine Frayling, who is known to be a senior women’s clothing designer and instructor based in New York.

He graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in fashion design and merchandising.

Christine has extensive experience in the fashion design industry. She has her own clothing business, which is sold in many stores around the world. She believes that her sewing skills strengthen women and instill confidence in them.

This school has trained many fashion professionals in New York. They give one-on-one attention to their students and their private lessons can be taken at home or in their studio.

7. Casenovia College

This is a college that provides students with a quality education at an affordable price. It has a learning-friendly atmosphere and provides students with the opportunity to participate in the campus community.

This is one of the best dressmaking schools in New York that offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

They help develop students’ creative and technical skills so they can model and develop strong concepts, and especially enable them to use modern digital technologies to present their clothing line.

8. Cornell University

This fashion design school is unique and focuses only on the fashion design process.

They are known as one of the best schools in NYC because of their ability to update conceptual design thinking with design skills and methods. This university was founded in 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White.

Cornell is one of the few private land-grant universities. This led him to run a joint outreach program in every county of New York and receive annual funding from the State of New York for certain educational missions.

Cornell started with three semesters of foundation courses in clothing and text materials followed by a sequence of studio collections that helps students develop their vision when it comes to fashion.

Students complete an internship to be able to explore aspects of the industry and gain much-needed experience.

9. CUNY Kingsborough Community College

CUNY Kingsborough Community College is good at what it does. They prepare students for an ideal career in fashion design and theater and film costume design.

This is the only community college in Brooklyn, New York. It was founded in 1963 and began its program in 1964.

The school started with fewer people, but today it has over 18,000 students and they believe that education is essential for a better life.

Kingsborough College is made up of 23 colleges and universities in New York. It is the largest city university and the third in New York.

They offer certificate and degree programs to students through vocational and vocational training that prepares them for work immediately after graduation, as well as learning how designers create their collections, as well as draping, sketching, etc.

10. Fashion Institute of Technology

This is the second best university in New York. It is located on West 27th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues in the Manhattan, New York area.

The Fashion Institute of Technology was founded in 1944 and accredited in 1957. He has received international recognition for his expertise in design, art, etc. Some of the fashion related programs at this school include; textile styling, illustration, menswear, etc.

They also offer scholarships for students who are unable to pay tuition.

11. SUNY Westchester Community College

SUNY Westchester Community College is more than just the largest educational institution in New York. It was founded in 1946 as the New York State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences and has a large student population.

It offers courses for people of all ages and also takes into account their career choices, personal development and personal training for business.

Most college students receive scholarships as financial aid. They work on a semester basis and have a full-time teacher. They offer degrees such as master’s degrees, post-graduate certificates, and doctoral degrees.

They ensure the safety and security of their students and enable them to achieve various goals and objectives.

SUNY Westchester Community College has a lively atmosphere, complemented by the surrounding nature and architecture. Classes are enchanted by great professors who have inspired students to stay motivated and committed to succeeding in the classroom.

They have programs that enrich student lives and help the college fulfill its mandate of providing affordable, quality education.

12. Art Institute of New York

This institute offers a degree program that helps people learn new skills. It was founded in 1980 as the New York Restaurant School and was renamed in 2001.

It has been accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. It closed in 2017 and then reopened in July 2021. He opened commercial art colleges with several branches in North America. The president of this institute was Jennifer Ramey.

The Art Institute of New York is divided into four major academic departments: Design, Fashion, Media Arts, and General Education.

The Fashion Department is the most popular in the school, so students in this program will work towards an Associate of Applied Science degree in Fashion Design as their final degree.

At this institute, students learn the computer techniques needed to create very stylish clothes and gain skills that help them promote or sell their designs.

13. Marist College

Marist College is one of the best when it comes to clothing schools in New York because they have everything you need to learn good fashion design.

This college was among the colleges that were listed by Forbes as one of the top colleges shaping the future of the fashion industry. This college is located on the banks of the historic Hudson River in Manhattan.

This is a broad institution specializing in art and design. It aims to prepare students for successful careers in fashion and design. It is also involved in initiatives that set them apart from similar institutions.

It was founded in 1929. Offers several programs for beginner fashion designers. They also participate in an internship that allows students to work in any company of their choice Calvin Klein, Chanel and many others.

The school prepares its students for merchandising, retail, fashion promotion, planning, operations, etc.

14. Nassau Community College

This is a college with a more personalized level of education. Their tools and equipment are updated and the college provides an opportunity to learn more about their field.

This is a community college in the Garden City of New York. It was founded in 1959 by interim president Maria Confetti. This college has provided an education that enjoys a nationwide reputation for academic excellence.

Courses are available during the day, evenings, weekends and online. Small classes, usually taught by outstanding faculty dedicated to the learning process, make Nassau an excellent educational value.

At this college, students had the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Arts (AAS) degree in fashion design. The art of fashion, draping and garment design will be taught using methods used in the industry.

Students develop the skills needed to turn their original designs into ready-to-wear. Students are also encouraged to participate in industry-sponsored and community events.

During each spring semester, a fashion show featuring four semesters of student projects showcases student achievement. Students also participate in internship programs at the design firm’s studio as part of the program.

The academic experience gained from this program provides for basic work as a designer or design assistant, manufacturing or product development. Graduates can transfer to a four-year college to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

15. Syracuse University

This is one of the textile schools that teaches experimental textiles, fashion and art history, fashion design and more. It was founded in 1870. At this institute, you will be provided with the tools and opportunities to help you excel in your chosen field of study.

This university is a comprehensive research university with a high living area. It is a private institute known for its outstanding scientists. It is located in Lima, New York.

Scholarships and financial aid are available to students. Students can often be seen reading a trade magazine.

16. Wood Tobe School – Coburn

This is one of the best schools and since its foundation has been the first school in its country specializing in fashion education.

This school offers associate degrees and diplomas through career-oriented programs. This school was created for a career in fashion in New York by Miss Tobe Koller Davis (an internationally renowned fashion authority) and Julian Coburn, formal fashion editor.

Founded in 1937, this school prepares its students for life in the fashion world through hands-on experience and exposure to many areas of fashion.

Wood Tobe Coburn School offers its students specialized training that enhances their skills. They have body-pattern courses, professional sewing techniques, design studios, and more.

17. Pratt Main Institute

This school offers several programs for aspiring fashion designers such as BFA in Fine Art, BFA in Costume Design. It was founded in 1887.

Students of this institute have the opportunity to participate in annual design competitions sponsored by various companies.

This institute is interdisciplinary in the sense that the study of fashion intersects with the disciplines of art and design. Students build their vision through improvisation, imagination and curiosity. They convey this vision through precision materials, digital technology and traditional methods.

Pratt is known for his outstanding academic achievements. Graduates in fashion design carry the hallmark of their faculty into the working world, where they are recognized for their commitment and creativity, personal vision and versatility.

18. Villa Maria College

This is a private college in Buffalo. It was founded in 1960 by the Felician sisters. This college encourages the values ​​and perspectives of students in their careers in fashion and image design.

Through experience, students develop the critical thinking and communication skills they need to succeed in the industry. It offers a bachelor’s degree in fashion and fashion design.


These and many other schools are fashion design schools in New York where you can enroll and earn a degree in fashion design.

Let’s answer some frequently asked questions about textile schools in New York and call this article a wrap up!

New York Fashion School FAQ

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Best New York Language Schools | Portal MEET-USA.


Learn English better where it is spoken. And studying with living in New York also involves a lot of educational and entertaining activities, because this metropolis is one of the top cities in the world. There is a huge number of language schools available for foreigners. The problem arises only with the choice of school – it is extremely difficult to figure out which language schools in New York are trustworthy and meet high standards.

In New York there are such famous schools as Oxford House College (OHC) English, English Language Centers (EC), Bell Language School, Sprachcaffe New York. It is these schools that have earned a lot of positive feedback, moreover, they have no negative user ratings. None of the presented schools received complaints from former students.


The language school

OHC English is located in Manhattan and was founded 10 years ago. Today, students from all over the world study here. The school does not stand out in any way from a series of numerous educational institutions with a similar program. Nothing special is offered here, the prices are average, sometimes they give discounts on tuition. The school attracts with its reliability and convenience. Working for 10 years, she was able to gain a reputation.

OHC English is suitable for students of all ages and for people with disabilities. If we talk about prices, then it is worth considering one point – a school located in Manhattan simply cannot charge less. For example, a General English course with 20 lessons per week will cost $2070 for 6 weeks of study, not including other expenses such as registration fee, study materials, accommodation.


Language school

EC New York is located in a beautiful and popular tourist location – in the heart of Times Square, this adds to its popularity. The educational institution has an impeccable reputation, it is valued for the quality of teaching and an interesting approach to organizing courses. However, the institution does not offer anything extra, only English courses. The prices here are high, but often the school offers good discounts on tuition. Of the benefits – the ability to cancel the application for classes for free. It is very convenient to walk around the center of Manhattan during training – almost all sights are available.

Here a General English course costs about $2,400 for 6 weeks of study.



this school is taught by native speakers, as in all top schools in the metropolis. The institution is located on Broadway – the longest street in New York. Multinational classes are formed here, which makes learning even more interesting. Tuition prices are slightly lower than the average for the city, and there is the possibility of booking. The institution provides visa support and helps the student to come and settle down. It can be considered one of the best of its kind. Complete beginners and people who already know the language quite well turn to this school – experienced teachers will help everyone reach a new level.

Standard English Course 4 lessons per day – 20 lessons per week costs $320 per week, which is $1,920 for 6 weeks with no associated additional costs.


One of the best language schools in New York

Bell Language School is for several reasons – the educational institution is located in Brooklyn, the teachers of the school are native speakers with higher education who have undergone rigorous teaching certification. The school is licensed and has the right to initiate an F1 student visa. You can live and study in New York by choosing this option. If necessary, the student will be helped to settle down: they will meet, pick up housing.

In an educational institution they help to prepare for TOEFL and IELTS, master business English, and improve their language skills. Applicants who plan to enter one of the American universities and professionals who need English for work are trained here. English is taught both to students who have knowledge of the initial level, and to those who speak the language very well.