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Info Session and Campus Tour at Blue Rock School

Student at Blue Rock School

Student at Blue Rock School

Blue Rock School in West Nyack invites parents interested in Kindergarten through eighth grade classes to visit their campus on Saturday, March 3, at 10 a.m. Blue Rock faculty will be on hand to speak about their educational environment, designed to awaken children’s natural curiosity and foster a lifelong love of learning. To reserve a space, call Admissions Director Beverly Stycos at 845.627.0234 or contact bluerockschool@verizon.net.

Blue Rock School is a progressive, independent day school located on a four-acre, wooded campus. The school was founded in 1987 with the purpose of providing a rich educational experience based on a child-centered, hands-on approach that nurtures children’s innate love of learning and natural curiosity. Blue Rock class sizes are small and students engage in a challenging academic curriculum that is balanced and fully integrated with the arts, nature and play. Blue Rock School also offers a five-week Summer Play Program, which is open to the community. 

For more information call 845.627.0234 or visit BlueRockSchool.org. Blue Rock School is located at 110 Demarest Mill Road (off Germonds Rd.) in West Nyack.

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