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The Kew-Forest School
11917 Union Tpke, Forest Hills, NY 11375
The Kew-Forest School, located on Union Turnpike, just south of Queens Boulevard, is a private school that servesMore 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.
Yeshiva Binat Chaim
10616 70th Ave, Forest Hills, NY 11375
Yeshiva Binat Chaim is a school for boys with a strong focus on religious education. The school, which offers servicesMore 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.
The Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School
91-30 Metropolitan Avenue, Forest Hills, NY 11375

The Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School, erected in 2010, is part of a campus of three schools, located onMore Metropolitan Avenue.

The facility is co-directed by Patrick Finley and Damon McCord, and is designed to create a different type of curriculum for students, where hands on experience and learning take precedence over instruction.  The school is 4 floors of classrooms, with multiple gyms and cafeterias, music programs, art classes and more. Students are challenged to interact with each other and the community and complete projects to fulfill graduation requirements.

The school shares many of its facilities with Queens Metropolitan High School and PS 233Q.

Forest Hills High School
67-01 110th St, Forest Hills, NY 11375

Forest Hills High School is housed in one of the more impressive buildings in the community. Resting at the top ofMore one of the highest hills in the area, its impressive stature is matched by its wide course selection and the number of students it serves. 

Forest Hills High School has been recognized a national blue ribbon school of excellence.

Sha-Arei Zion Ohel Bracha
7524 Grand Central Pkwy, Forest Hills, NY 11375

This school, located adjacent to the Grand Central Parkway, is a co-ed school that focuses on a Jewish education forMore students.

In addition to educational services, the school also has an after-hours education program for students who have to stay extra time. There is also a summer school program.

Sha-Arei Zion Ohel Bracha is a private institution that serves students from kindergarten all the way through eighth grade.

Public School 303
108-55 69th Avenue, Forest Hills, NY 11375
Public School 303, the Academy for Excellence through the Arts, was established in one of the more residentialMore neighborhoods in Forest Hills in 2008. Designed as a place for students to express themselves through artistic endeavors, the school  highlights the visual and performing arts through all elements of education. The building, once the home of Queens Public School 3, and formerly district offices, has an outdoor playground and multi-purpose gym/auditorium, but does not house a library or computer room.
Touro College Graduate School of Business
65 Broadway 2nd Fl, New York, NY 10006
Located in the heart of Manhattan's financial district, the Touro College Graduate School of Business is dedicatedMore to grooming the business leaders of tomorrow and empahsizing critical thinking skills, teamwork, business communication and the real-life application of business theory. The school offers a variety of postgraduate and certificate programs, including business communication, international business finance, human resources management, accounting, paralegal and real estate advisement programs. 
Beth Gavriel Yeshiva for Boys
66-35 108th St, Forest Hills, NY 11375
The Beth Gavriel Yeshiva for Boys is located in a building adjacent to the Beth Gavriel Congregation synagogue. TheMore school is focused on providing a Jewish education for boys from pre-school to eighth grade. Originally starting with fewer than 65 boys, the school has grown in leaps and bounds since it was founded in 2001. Beth Gavriel Yeshiva for Boys prides itself on establishing character in young men, as well as providing a foundation in religious tradition.
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