EF Academy is thrilled to announce that in September 2014 we will be expanding our presence in New York, to include a new learning facility only a short distance from EF's main campus.
"It's truly an exciting time for EF Academy. I hope to be welcoming you personally to our newest "home" in New York."
Brian Mahoney, Headmaster
EF Academy New York
EF Academy New York
From the bright lights of Manhattan to the Statue of Liberty, and from Broadway to Little Italy, New York City is one of the most diverse and eclectic cities on the planet. But New York has much more to offer than America’s largest city. The state is full of mountains, lush woodlands, and calm and quiet neighborhoods — including the quaint village of Thornwood, where EF Academy’s New York campus is located.
Enjoy an idyllic American campus
EF Academy is thrilled to announce that in September 2014 we will be expanding our presence in Tarrytown, New York, to include a new learning facility only a short distance from EF’s main campus. This new satellite campus will feature 100 acres of secure grounds, state-of-the-art educational amenities, an upgraded residence and cafeteria, as well as expanded student lounges and gathering spaces. Best of all, EF students will continue to be just a short train ride to all the cultural and educational attractions of New York City.
Students live on campus in a caring and supportive dormitory environment. Dorm parents and teachers also live in our residence halls to provide around-the clock supervision. The school’s director of residential life oversees the welfare of students, and activities such as Model United Nations, debate team and theatre club provide students with engaging and rewarding experiences.
EF Academy New York is an IB World School, authorised to offer the IB Diploma Programme. These are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education.
For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org. EF Academy New York is authorised by the University of the State of New York Education Department to grant official high school diplomas.