List of 1 items.

  • Academics

    Curriculum enhancement through New York City
    40+ field trips
    Spanish K-9
    STEAM K-9
    1:1 Laptops for boys in Grades 4-9
    iPads available for all grades
    Technology and digital fluency taught from Kindergarten
    70+ Alligator Soup After School offerings

List of 1 items.

  • Faculty

    135 full and part-time faculty & staff
    4 full-time Learning Resource Specialists
     

List of 1 items.

  • Accreditation and Affiliations

    Accredited by The New York State Association
         of Independent Schools
    First U.S. Primary School to Receive LEED Gold
         for Existing Buildings Award
    International Boys School Coalition
    The National Association of Independent Schools
    The New York State Association of Independent Schools

List of 1 items.

  • Athletics

    12 Teams
    8 Sports Offered
    FALL: Cross Country, Soccer, Flag Football
    WINTER: Basketball, Wrestling
    SPRING: Baseball, Lacrosse, Track & Field
    7 Full-time Physical Education Teachers
    New Athletics & Fitness Center under construction:
    • Regulation-Sized Gym
    • A second gym with rock climbing wall
    • Fitness and cardio spaces
    • A multi-purpose/wrestling room
    • Covered rooftop play space

List of 1 items.

  • Alumni

    15 alumni events yearly 
    47 states and countries across the globe 
    548 alumni donors during the 2018-2019 School year

List of 1 items.

  • Arts

    VISUAL ARTS
    Woodshop and art classes for all grades
    Art classes taught by professional exhibiting artists
     
    THEATRE
    Performance and public speaking opportunities for K-9
    Technical Theatre course for boys Grades 7-9
     
    MUSIC
    17 Instrumental instructors
    Around 220 instrumental students
    4 Orchestras – Grades 3 to 9
    2 Choruses – Grades 4 to 9
    Individual music lessons begin in the middle of Second Grade

List of 1 items.

  • Financial

    2019-20 Tuition: $50,960
    Endowment: $34.32 million (2018-19)
    Financial aid budget: $2.22 million
    Average grant: $34,326


Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.