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Our NYC Campuses
Our Riverside Campus, located at 66th Street and Riverside Boulevard, houses our Preschool 2s through Kindergarten students. Our Main and North Campuses, located at 89th Street and Central Park West, house our students in grades 1-12. We have several gyms in our main buildings, as well as an Athletic Center on the Upper East Side, which features a pool, basketball court with bleachers, and tennis courts on the roof.
Contact us to learn more or register for a virtual admissions event.
- Preschool: email@example.com
- Grades K-8: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Grades 9-12: email@example.com
Preschool and Kindergarten
Main and North Campuses, Grades 1-12
Our Learning Spaces
Overlooking beautiful Central Park, our School houses a stunning collection of museum-quality artwork that hangs side-by-side with student art, creating an atmosphere that sparks creativity and self-expression. Classrooms are equipped with movable desks that are configured to foster seminar-style discussion and collaboration, as well as interactive smart boards.
Dwight athletics continue to thrive in our state-of-the-art, 40,000-square-foot Athletic Center, which features: two rooftop tennis courts; an indoor, six-lane, 25-yard swimming pool; a dance studio; a fitness room; and full-size basketball and volleyball court.
Getting to Dwight
Dwight Preschool and Kindergarten are located on our Riverside Campus at Riverside Boulevard at 66th Street, across from the Hudson River.
The main entrance to the Kindergarten is 433 West 66th Street. The main entrance to the preschool is 144 Riverside Boulevard.
Grades 1-12 are located at our Main Campus at 89th and Central Park West. The Main Campus is at 291 Central Park West, and there is a second entrance at 18 West 89th Street.
Virtual Admissions Events
Join us for an opportunity to get to know Dwight at every grade level!
Maintaining Health and Safety at Dwight
Dwight has been open for in-person learning since August 27th. As we proceed with in-person classes, we remain vigilant about our health and safety protocols so that faculty can teach with confidence, staff can work safely, and our students can continue to learn and flourish.