B.S. Elementary Education, St. John’s University; NYS Secondary Mathematics Certification, pursuing M.A., Mathematics, SUNY Old Westbury (anticipated 2017).
Administration and Faculty
B.A. English, Fordham University; M.A. English, CUNY Hunter College; Ph.D. English, CUNY Graduate Center. Adjunct Professor at CUNY Queens College. New York Association of Independent Schools Member of the Commission on Accreditation.
B.A. Mathematics/Secondary Education; M.S. Elementary Education; P.D. Educational Administration and Supervision; doctoral coursework in Administration, St. John’s University.
B.A. Business Administration, CUNY Hunter College.
, Director of College Counseling, Upper Division Coordinator (1996)
B.A. English/Government, Connecticut College; M.A. Journalism, New York University. Past President of NYSACAC, NACAC Board of Directors, and advisory panel member for The City University of New York and The College Board.
B.A. Religion, Vassar College; California Clear Multiple Subject Credential, San Francisco State University. Co-Founder and Board Vice-Chair of the Children’s Arts Guild.
B.A. Italian, CUNY Queens College; M.B.A. Finance, Fordham University.
BBA Accounting, Berkeley College.
B.S. Elementary Education, SUNY New Paltz; M.S. Special Education, CUNY Queens College.
B.S. Biology (Pre-Med Track), Iona College; M.S. Biology, New York University.
B.S. Computer Science, New York University; M.A. in Education of Mathematics, CUNY Queens College.
A.A. Education, CUNY Queensborough Community College; B.A. Liberal Arts, CUNY City College; M.S. General and Special Education (Birth to Second Grade), Touro College.
B.S. Elementary Education, Grade 5-7 Math Certification, St.John’s University; MA in Literacy and Language Acquisition (anticipated 2016).
B.S. Physical Education, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
, English and History, Academic Advisor, Grade 12 (1982)
B.A. and M.A., CUNY City College. Winner of a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship for study of the works of Herman Melville.
, Chair of Mathematics Department (2011), Mathematics (1996)
B.S. Mathematics, University of Iasi, Romania; M.S. Pure Mathematics, CUNY Queens College. Adjunct Lecturer at CUNY Queens College.
B.A. African Literature; M.A. English, University of Dakar, Senegal; Brevet de Technicien Superieur en Tourisme, Vocational School of Tourism and Hotel Management, West Africa. Berlitz Teaching Training Program.
, Chair of History and Social Sciences Department (1969)
B.A. Catholic University of America, Washington, DC; M.A. European History, Manhattan College; further graduate studies at New School for Social Research.
B.S. Environmental Biology, Ohio University; graduate studies in Secondary Education, CUNY Queens College.
B.M. Jazz Performance, New York University; additional coursework, CUNY Queens College, Aaron Copland School of Music.
B.A. History, Early Childhood and Elementary Education, CUNY Queens College; M.S. Literacy Education, Adelphi University. Adjunct Professor of Literacy Education at Adelphi University.
B.A. Literature, Ramapo College of NJ; Certificate in Book Publishing; M.A. Early Childhood Education, New York University.
, History and English, Academic Advisor – Grade 11 (2002)
B.S. Finance, Boston College; M.A. American History, Fordham University.
A.S. Nursing, CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College; currently enrolled in B.S./M.A. Nurse Practitioner Program, CUNY Hunter College. Certified in Basic Cardiac Life Support and Advance Life Support.
B.A. English, Gordon College; M.S. Secondary Education/English, CUNY Queens College. Winner of 3 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowships/Seminars.
B.A. Spanish and French; M.A. French, CUNY Queens College. Adjunct Lecturer, CUNY Queens College (1996–2006).
, Chair of English Department, Academic Advisor – Grade 10 (1974)
B.A. English, University of Colorado; M.A. English Literature, New York University. Winner of 5 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowships for seminars in the Renaissance, Women Writers of the Renaissance, Thucydides’ History, the Transcendentalists, and the Great Famine of Ireland. Director of the Garden School Writing Project.
B.A. Fine Art of Graphic Design, The School of Visual Arts; M.S. Education, CUNY Queens College.
B.A. History/Secondary Education, Hofstra University; M.S. School Building Leadership, St. John’s University.
, Pre-Kindergarten and Dean of Grades N–K (1986)
B.A. Early Childhood Education, CUNY Queens College; M.S. Multilingual, Multicultural Education, College of New Rochelle; M.S. School Building Leadership, St. John’s University.
Natalie Sangiovanni, Middle and High School Mathematics (2015)
B.A. Philosophy, Bates College; Currently enrolled in M.A. Physical Education Graduate Program, CUNY Queens College.