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Amity at Glance


Brooklyn Amity School

School Focus: College Preparatory

School Type: Independent/Private

Grades Offered: PreK-3-Gr. 12

Day-School: Yes

Boarding: International/Domestic Year

Founded: 1999

CEEB Code: 330718

Who We Are

Brooklyn Amity School

Brooklyn Amity School provides a PreK-3-Gr. 12 co-ed, college preparatory educational program through a well-balanced curriculum emphasizing science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) integrated with athletics and project-based (& blended) learning in a safe environment that cultivates respect for self and others. Graduates of Brooklyn Amity School are global thinkers who contribute to the community as socially-responsible, generous, and educated members

High School Academic Curriculum

High School Academic Curriculum

Advanced Placement: AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP Psychology
English: English I (World Literature I), English II (World Literature II),
English III (American Literature), Shakespeare & Poetry, Creative Writing I, Creative Writing II, Journalism

Social Studies: Global Studies I, Global Studies II, US History, Civics
Science: Biology, Chemistry, Zoology, AP Biology
Mathematics: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus

Foreign Language: Spanish I, Spanish II, American Sign Language
Fine Arts: Studio Art, Graphic & Web Design, Design Thinking
PE and Health: Fitness, Aerobics, General Sport, Health/Nutrition
Electives: Public Speaking, Understanding Mental Health
Technology: Photoshop, Java Programming, Coding, Application Building

Elementary & Middle School Academic Curriculum

Elementary & Middle School Academic Curriculum

Brooklyn Amity School employs a common core curriculum in providing students with the tools necessary to succeed at each grade level. Our Elementary & Middle School students also receive instruction in History, Science, Technology, and Foreign Languages. 

Key components of the ELA standards include:

Reading Level &Text Complexity Fluency Phonological Awareness Knowledge of Language Phonics &Word Recognition Literary Text Types Vocabulary Acquisition & Usage ReadingComprehension Conventions of Standard English Grammar Range of Writing, Speaking & Listening.

Key concepts of the MATH standards include:

Counting & Numbers Statistics & Probability Operations & Algebraic Thinking Ratios & Proportions Measurement & Data The Number System Geometry Expressions &Equations Fractions Functions Concepts of Time.

Grading Scale

Grading Scale

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After School Enrichment Programs

After School Enrichment Programs

Dance Club Chess Club
MathOlympiad ActivityTime/Snack-Art
Theater/Drama Club Science Olympiad
IntramuralBasketball Intramural Soccer
Karate Club SAT/ACT Prep
Foreign Language Club Book Club
Youth Coding/Robotics Amity Outreach/Helping Hands
Art Club PhotographyClub
SHSAT Prep Amity Chorus
Student Council AmityEnsemble
Robotics Team Creative Writing
PSAT Prep Pre-K Enrichment


After School Enrichment Programs

Brooklyn Robotics League

Harvard University Robotics

Cornell University Science Competition

First TECH NYC Challenge

Congressional HS

Visual Arts Competition

Science Olympiad

Poetry Contest

Middle & High School Science Fair

Spelling Bee

Missing Children Poster Contest


After School Enrichment Programs





Track & Field


Amity Outreach & Community Services

Helping Hands Club

International Relief Project

Disaster Relief Project
Masbia Soup Kitchen Project
Wounded Warrior Project
Animal Awareness Project
Book Drive
UN Global Initiatives
Community Helpers

Elementary School Recycle Project

Students & Families Events

Engaging Events for Students and Families

International Field Trips

Field Day

Talent Show

College Fair

Family Game Night

Amity Basketball Tournament

Staff  vs. Student Volleyball Game

Multicultural Day

Muffins w/ Mom

Halloween Parade

Father’s Day

Basketball Game

Ice Skating Party

Winter Wonderland Party



Career Day....

College Aceptance

100 % College Acceptance.
Our graduates have gained acceptance into many of the country’s top universities.

Bryn Mawr College, California State University, Los Angeles Cazenovia College, City College of Technology, Clark University, Colby- Sawyer College of New Rochelle, College of Notre Dame, CUNY (Baruch College, Brooklyn College, City College, College of Staten Island, Hunter College, John Jay, Lehman College, Queens College, York College, New York City College of Technology), CUNY Macaulay Honors (Brooklyn College), DePaul University, Drew University, Drexel University, EmmanuelCollege Florida Institute of Technology, FordhamUniversity, George Mason University, Georgia State College, Hobert and William Smith College, Hofstra University, Hunter (SAGE), Illinois Institute of Technology, Iona College, Irvine Kennesaw State College, La Salle College, Lehman College, Long Island University, LoyolaCollege, Manhattan College, Marymount Manhattan College, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Miami University, Minnesota State University, Montclair State University, New England College, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New York Institute of Technology, New York University (NYU), Northeastern University, Northern Arizona University, NYU-Polytechnic Institute, Pace University, Parsons School of Design, Penn State University, Philadelphia University, Pratt Institute, Queens College, Quinnipiac University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick San Francisco State University, Sarah Lawrence College, Seton Hall University, SmithCollege, Southern California Institute of Architecture, St. Francis University, St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s University, StevensInstitute ofTechnology, Stony Brook University, Suffolk University, SUNY (Albany, Buffalo, Maritime, Stonybrook), Syracuse University, Temple University, University at Buffalo, University of Arizona, University of California, University of California Berkeley, University of California Davis, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of California Riverside, University of California San Diego, University of California Santa Barbara, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Charleston, WV University of Connecticut, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Maine Honors, University of Massachusetts, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Miami, University of New Haven, University of San Francisco, University of Sciences(Pre-Med), University of Southern Maine, University of Washington at Seattle, University of San Bernardino, Virginia Tech, Washington State University, Wells College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Western New England University,  WoodburyCollege...

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