Open House

Details and Registration Form

Thank you for your interest in Cooke School!

Tours are now being offered on a limited basis to prospective families.

Note: Masks are required.

Click the button below to register.

 
PLEASE BE AWARE: Because of the pandemic, our K-5 students are at an off-site location this year.  At the moment, only grades 6-12 are in the main building on Madison Avenue.  Grades K-5 will join us at Madison Avenue for the 22-23 school year.  Families who wish to apply for those younger grades are still welcome to tour the building, but they will not see our current K-5 students in action. 

 

ABOUT COOKE: Cooke School is a private special education school serving New York City students, ages 5 through 21, with mild to moderate cognitive or developmental disabilities that severely impact their acquisition of academic, social and daily living skills. Our school is also very effective for students with severe language-based learning disabilities that significantly impact their development of academic and social skills. 

We are committed to maintaining a student body that reflects New York’s economic and cultural diversity. We encourage all prospective families to learn more about our schools by attending a school tour, where they can meet our staff and see first-hand how Cooke students learn in the classroom.

For more information, please contact the admissions office at 646.273.5555 or admissions@cookeschool.org

Cooke has moved to our brand-new, fully accessible state-of-the-art location—at 1713 Madison Avenue—featuring innovative learning spaces that will complement and enhance our students overall learning experience!

(Click image to take a virtual tour!)

The Cooke School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of any policies or programs, including its educational policies, admissions policies and athletic and other school administered programs.