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Class Structure

Threes through Kindergarten

Chilton House

Named after Constance Chilton, a friend and colleague of Elisabeth Morrow, and Head of School for almost fifty years, until 1981.

Threes

Fourteen students per class on average

Two teachers in each classroom

One full-time assistant

Students leave the classroom for music, physical education and library. These subjects are taught by additional faculty.

Fours

Sixteen students per class on average

Two teachers in each classroom

Students leave the classroom for music, physical education and library. These subjects are taught by additional faculty. Spanish is taught in the classroom by a separate Spanish teacher.

Kindergarten

Eighteen students per class on average

Two teachers in each classroom

Students leave the classroom for music, physical education, science, technology and library. These subjects are taught by additional faculty, sometimes in conjunction with the homeroom teachers. Spanish is taught in the classroom by a separate Spanish teacher.

First through Fourth Grade

Little School

Originally named The Little School, The Elisabeth Morrow School was renamed in honor of its founder in 1948. From its initial location on Linden Avenue in 1930, The Little School moved to its present location on Lydecker Street, Englewood, in 1939.

First to Fourth Grade

Eighteen students per class on average

One teacher in each classroom

Students leave the classroom for music, physical education, art, science, technology and library. These subjects are taught by additional faculty, sometimes in conjunction with the homeroom teacher. Spanish is taught in the classroom by a separate Spanish teacher.

Fifth through Eighth Grade

Morrow House

Originally home to the Morrow family, the estate was purchased, then donated to the school in 1956 and named in honor of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (mother to Elisabeth Morrow) for her years of dedication and stewardship as President of the Board.

Fifth Grade Through Eighth Grade

The students in grades five through eight are in learning groups that average eighteen per class. The program is departmentalized starting in sixth grade and therefore, students have several teachers throughout the week for various subjects. Students meet in advisory groups of fewer than 10 students daily.

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Admissions

For more information regarding Admissions or to schedule your tour of The Elisabeth Morrow School, please contact:

Kathleen Visconti

Director of Enrollment Management

Debra Abitante

Associate Director of Admissions

Laura Khutorsky

Associate Director of Admissions

Jan Keshishian

Assistant Director of Admissions

admissions@elisabethmorrow.org

201.568.5566 x7212

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