elementary schools

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Upper West Side »

Where our kids go to school should not be based entirely on geography, argues Donna Nevel. 

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo mapped out how the city's fourth-graders fared on the state's tough English exam.

Financial District »

Some Downtown schools cut their pre-K, but the Spruce Street School is opening a new 18-seat class.

Upper East Side »

More than 200 pre-K seats will be added to District 2 schools, but none are on the Upper East Side.

Far Rockaway »

P.S. 104 principal Katie Grady is teaching students to "pay it forward."

Kips Bay »

A Kips Bay father launched an app that makes finding information on schools as easy as pressing a button.

Concord »

The schools were announced by Mayor Bloomberg Tuesday.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Applications to top schools greatly outnumber the amount of pre-K seats.

Battery Park City »

Lower Manhattan's elementary schools are popular but overcrowded.

Central Harlem »

Harlem offers uptown parents an array of charter, magnet and traditional public schools.

Washington Heights »

Parents, educators and elected officials are looking for ways to improve northern Manhattan schools.

Park Slope »

The neighborhood is getting a new K-5 school in the fall of 2013 to ease the space crunch.

Prospect Heights »

The brightest public schools in District 17 emphasize Spanish, fencing and banana biology.

Brooklyn Heights »

P.S. 307 in Vinegar Hill and P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights have both shown academic gains.

Forest Hills »

The area boasts many sought-after schools, including P.S. 196 and P.S. 101.