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Private High Schools in Queens, New York

Nonsectarian, Non-Religious High Schools

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These private high schools in Queens are not affiliated with any religious denomination.

Christopher Robin Academyin the southeastern corner of Queens educates students grades 1 to 12. About 150 students attend this co-ed school.
222-16 Merrick Blvd
Springfield Gardens, NY 11413
718-525-1330

Garden School in Jackson Heights has taught students since 1923. This small, co-ed school educates students from nursery school though high school.
33-16 79th St.
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
718-335-6363

The Kew Forest School in the Forest Hills, just at the center of Queens, was established in 1918. Enrollment averages over 350 students at this co-educational school for grades K-12. For grades 9-12, there is a college preparatory program. 119-17 Union Tpke.
Forest Hills, NY 11375
718-261-3322

Lexington School for the Deaf in serves the deaf and hard-of-hearing, and offers education for deaf children from infants to age 21. The School also offers services and training for families and adults.
30th Ave. & 75th St.
Jackson Heights, NY 11370
718-899-8800

Whitestone Academy is a very small, co-ed high school in Whitestone.
150-34 12th Ave.
Whitestone, NY
718-767-0773

The Windsor School in Flushing is a small, co-ed, college preparatory high school and junior high. The school seeks students from other countries who wish to attend high school in the United States. The website includes information in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese. Also offers English language training, a summer program, and a pre-university year.
41-60 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11355
718-359-8300

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