The Grand Central Parkway School, Public School 196 in Forest Hills, is named for its close proximity to the…More area's eponymous highway. Also, the school's back window has a substantial view of theparkway and Willow Pond Park.
The school, run by Principal Susan Migliano, prides itself on being "a school with heart" in a community where elementary school space is at a premium.
Considered a strongly multicultural school focused on a collaborative education, its mission is to prepare students for a secondary education in the New York City public school system.
The Kew-Forest School 11917 Union Tpke, Forest Hills, NY11375 The Kew-Forest School, located on Union Turnpike, just south of Queens Boulevard, is a private school that serves…More students from kindergarten through high school. The philosophy of the school is simple: Give students an advanced education from their first instruction all the way to their final high school classes. The school prides itself on its ability to prepare students for college life in the most stringent academic environment. Communication between students, faculty and families is a strong component of academic life at the school, which is presided over by Headmaster Mark Fish.
Queens Metropolitan High School, erected in 2010, is part of a campus of three schools, located on Metropolitan…More Avenue.
The facility, led by principal Marci Levy-McGuire, was created as a response to the growing problem of overcrowding at many schools in the Forest Hills area. The school is 5 floors of classrooms, with multiple gyms and cafeterias, music programs, art classes and more. The school aims to empower students to answer three questions: Who am I? Who do I want to be? How do I get there?
The school shares many of its facilities with the Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School and PS 233Q.
Yeshiva Binat Chaim 10616 70th Ave, Forest Hills, NY11375 Yeshiva Binat Chaim is a school for boys with a strong focus on religious education. The school, which offers services…More to high school-aged students, focuses on a parochial education. Young men who attend the school can expect a rigorous curriculum based on the tenets of the Torah and the building blocks of a New York Board of Education-endorsed system.
PS 144, Col. Jeromus Remsen Elementary School on 69th Avenue, is one of a handful of public elementary schools…More serving the young students of Forest Hills. The school is named for a famed Revolutionary War colonel who served in the Battle of Long Island.
Serving students from kindergarten to sixth grade, the school has a wide-variety of extracurricular activities, including music programs, after-school events and field trips to local museums. The school principal is Reva Gluck Schneider.
PS 101 The School in the Gardens 2 Russell Pl, Forest Hills, NY11375 Public School 101 is an elementary school serving Forest Hills and Forest Hills Gardens. The goal of the school, as per…More its mission statement, is to encourage a love of learning through creativity, technology and awareness of the world outside. Presided over by Principal Valerie Capitulo-Saide, the school aims to foster an environment where students are free to express themselves and grow into critical thinkers, all while exploring myriad extra-curricular activities.