Posts Tagged ‘Columbia Prep’

School Traffic Problem

Written by admin on . Posted in Opinion and Column

To the Editor: There are many issues regarding Columbia Prep and its lack of neighborliness that have led to opposition to the West 94th Street project (“Glass ‘Donut’ Expansion,” Oct. 15). Many of us have complained about hundreds of cars dropping off and picking up students on West 93rd between Central Park West and Columbus [&hellip
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Columbia Prep Feedback

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To the Editor: Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School has in no way been cooperative with its neighbors (“Glass ‘Donut’ Expansion,” Oct. 15). The one meeting school representatives had with concerned citizens—at the encouragement of Community Board 7—was a fiasco. Despite repeated requests from attendees to discuss their concerns, they were stonewalled by the school’s architect [&hellip
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At Private Schools, Little Financial Impact

Written by admin on . Posted in News West Side Spirit

This past winter, plunging financial markets combined with steady tuition increases seemed destined to spur flight from independent schools. But according to officials at the National Association of Independent Schools and several city private schools—where tuition ranges between $28,000 and $36,000 per year—applications remain steady, even as financial aid requests from current families have increased
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