STEPHEN GAYNOR SCHOOL

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Open Houses/Campus Tours

We’re now accepting inquiries for the 2023-24 academic year. Join us for one of our upcoming Admissions Open Houses or Campus Tours!

“Focused” on Author Alyson Gerber

Author Alyson Gerber returned to Gaynor on December 6 to speak with the Green and Blue Clusters about her path to becoming a published author and the lessons she learned along the way. Gerber last visited Gaynor in 2019. Gerber’s novels resonate with Gaynor students, particularly Focused, which tells the story of a girl with ADHD who is hyper-focused on chess.

Author Chelsea Clinton visits Gaynor

Author Chelsea Clinton visited the Purple through Silver Clusters on November 29 to read from two of her books and take questions from the students. Clinton was invited to Gaynor by the Parents’ Association through a connection with Gaynor parent and Book Fair Committee member Dana Raucher, in conjunction with the Scholastic Book Fair held on December 1. This year’s Book Fair Chairs Samantha Regan and Katy Williamson welcomed Clinton to Stephen Gaynor School’s Performing Arts Center and introduced her to her attentive audience.

A graphic with four photos displayed as interlocking puzzle pieces.

Every Piece is a Perfect Fit at the Red Cluster Identity Showcase!

As part of their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work, Red Cluster students have been exploring the concept of “identity” by discussing different aspects that make up a person, such as faith or beliefs, family structure, gender expression, skin color, and interests. To show what they learned, each student created a puzzle of six different pieces to represent themselves. Once complete, the puzzles were placed in the North Building Cafeteria for the Red Cluster Identity Showcase.

Teaching Artist instructor stands in an oval with students in front of the stage in Gaynor's Performing Arts Center

Wherefore Art Thou, Blue Cluster?

Teaching Artists from New Victory Theater came to Stephen Gaynor School for a drama workshop with Blue Cluster students before they saw Romeo and Juliet at the theater on November 9.

Our Mission

A pioneer in special education, Stephen Gaynor School is an independent Pre-K, Lower, and Middle School for bright students with learning differences. Founded in 1962, Stephen Gaynor School provides a highly individualized educational program in a rich, rigorous, and nurturing environment in which students gain the skills and confidence necessary to learn, grow, and reach their full potential.