Special programs at PS 31 Bayside include ballroom dancing facilitated by the American Ballroom Theater. If that's…More not the kind of challenge your child might seek, he or she can study architecture and design home floor plans.
Of parents surveyed by the Department of Education, 94% responded that they were satisfied with the education their child had received here in 2010.
An investigative approach to science learning and integrated arts and computer programs are some of the features of…More this schools setting, according to the Department of Education. The DOE also says this school has a comprehensive health and movement and music and the brain curriculum.
Marie Curie Middle School 158 4635 Oceania St, Bayside, NY11361 Marie Curie Middle School 158 has magnet classes in math, science and gifted and talented classes, and technology…More instruction to supplement the gifted and talented classes. Students have placed first and second in the Math Counts competition and have earned gold and silver awards from the New York State School Music Association. Parent satisfaction with MS 158 has been high for the past several years, according to a Department of Education survey. MS 158 has many different after school programs.
The P.S. 159 visual and performing arts program, which administrators herald as "exemplary," includes ballroom…More dancing instruction for fifth graders. The Six Pillars of Character Development Program is school-wide.
Enrichment Clusters allow for investigation of topics which appeal to individual kids grades one through five. All kindergarten through fifth grade classes, as well as many A.I.S. Enrichment Rooms, have computers. P.S. 159 scores very high on a yearly satisfaction survey of parents done by the Department of Education.
P.S. 41 Crocheron 21443 35th Ave, Bayside, NY11361 P.S. 41 Crocheron has the distinction of being a nationally recognized as a No Child Left Behind "Blue Ribbon School" in…More 2007. An NYPD security guard is posted at the front entrance, but the school--based on its environs--doesn't seem to need it; the 2009-2010 Department of Education's Accountability Report scored PS 41 a 9.3 out of 10 for safety and respect. Academic expectations, communication and engagement were also rated very high.