The Advantage You Need for the Schools You Want—New York Admissions

I am still in disbelief that we had such amazing results. We really couldn't have done it without you. You are truly amazing.
 Kindergarten parent

New York Admissions has a 100% admissions success rate. We have helped over 1,300 children and their parents navigate the school application process, and our families average 4 acceptances per child. We know the ins and outs of every private school, elite public school, nursery school, and special needs school in New York City, as well as those schools and boarding schools worldwide. Our families have been accepted at every single-sex and coed private school, at every nursery school, and at every special needs school in New York.

We help families through the admissions process at entry-point and non-entry-point years for nursery school, elementary school, middle school, high school, and post-graduate (gap year) programs. Families come to us for guidance at every stage of education, from placing their toddler in their first nursery school program to helping their 18-year-old apply for a senior year of high school. We provide insight into how schools define themselves—single-sex or coed, traditional or progressive, lower school only or ongoing through high school—and we help families to understand how these options will impact their child’s educational experience. Our goals are your goals—to determine the perfect schools for your child and to get your child accepted at those schools.

For help getting into these schools and others, contact me:

We are pretty much speechless—she was accepted to all 4 schools. There are no words to express our thanks.
—Middle school parents


He loves the school, the teachers, and the kids. It is the best thing we ever did. I have been singing your praises and recommending you.
— Middle school parent


Preschools, Nursery Schools, and Early Childhood Centers

Our daughter is loving school! And so do we! That was a great recommendation and proves once again you are THE BEST!!!
—High school parents