Visit Pine Street School In Person
Applications for the 2022-2023 school year are available.
Families can get started on the admissions process by creating a profile in Ravenna, our online admissions management program. Once you've created your profile (or simply login if you already have one!), go ahead an RSVP for an upcoming School Tour or Open House and begin your application. You will also login to Ravenna to complete your application and manage the steps in the process.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, allowing families an expedited decision-making process. Please visit the How to Apply page for details on application requirements and rolling admissions.
We look forward to meeting you soon and getting to know you and your family!
Current Year Admissions
We are currently accepting applications for limited spaces in Nursery/2s through 5th grade for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Families are encouraged to connect with the Admissions team to confirm availability, application requirements and rolling admissions.
School tours (required) are designed to show you our program in action and answer key questions. You will have a chance for Q&A with the Head of School, Eileen Baker and several of our current parents. Tours are required in order for your application to be considered.
Our Open Houses (optional) offer you an opportunity to mingle with and get to know our talented teachers and ask them questions directly. This is a wonderful way to get to know our program in more depth and to address detailed questions about your child’s potential day-to-day experience. These events are also attended by Head of School, Eileen Baker, and several of our current parents. We do not require Open Houses for applications, but many parents find them helpful in making an informed choice to enroll at Pine Street School.
Pine Street School's building entrance is located at 25 Pine Street, next to the Federal Building, between William and Nassau Streets in Manhattan's Financial District.