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Greenwich Village »

Many pre-K programs still have vacancies ahead of Wednesday's application deadline, the DOE said.

Cobble Hill »

Linden Tree Preschool will reopen as Building Bridges, a new pre-K that's still accepting applications. 

Murray Hill »

P.S. 281 welcomed its first pre-K and kindergarten students on Monday.

Cobble Hill »

Linden Tree Preschool was forced out of Christ Church after lightning struck and damaged the building.

New York City »

Pre-K applications for the fall of 2013 are due April 5.

Chelsea »

The program is open to low-income working families, who can enroll at any time.

New York City »

DNAinfo.com New York ranked sought-after public pre-K programs based on their 2012 admission rates.

Greenwich Village »

Youngsters had a less than one in 10 chance of getting into one West Village pre-K program in 2012.

TriBeCa »

A new pre-K is coming to Lower Manhattan, but parents still want to see more seats in the area.

Lower East Side »

District 1 offers a wide varity of pre-K classes, ranging from progressive to traditional.

Gramercy »

P.S. 40 is losing its pre-K program because of overcrowding.

Central Harlem »

Harlem has a range of pre-K programs, including ones that focus on exploratory learning and play.

Upper East Side »

With few slots at neighborhood schools, parents are preparing for a grueling application season.

Washington Heights »

Parents can choose among a range of bilingual, choice and zoned schools.