The Storm King School
140 students, 80% boarding students, 50% international students.
The Storm King School has 100% acceptance to universities. Some of the universities to which graduates have been accepted include: Boston College, Cornell University, George Washington University, Parsons School of Fashion and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Smith College, UCLA, University of Michigan.
The Advanced Placement courses are offered in Art History, Calculus, Computer Science, Macro Economics, English, Physics, Psychology, Statistics, Studio Art: Drawing, Humanities.
The 4.0 grading system is used for all academic courses. Students meet with their academic advisor daily.
A minimum of 22.5 credits are required for graduation. In addition to course credits, all students are required to play two competitive (interscholastic) team sports per year.
English - 4 credits
History ( US History and Senior Social Studies) - 4 credits
Mathematics - 3 credits
Science (Senior year must have a fourth credit in math or science) - 3 credits
Foreign Language - 2 credits
Physical Education - 2 credits
Visual Arts - 1 credit
Performing Arts - 1 credit
Public Speaking - 1 credit
Internet Safety - 0.5 credits
Health - 0.5 credits
Community Service - 0.5 credits
The Storm King School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. SKS is a member of the New York State Association of Independent Schools, the National Association of Independent Schools and the College Board.
The Storm King School offers everything from snowboarding to golf, soccer to lacrosse. Students are sure to find a sport they enjoy. Boys sports include: Varsity and Jr. Varsity: soccer, basketball, lacrosse and wrestling. Girls sports include: Varsity and Jr. Varsity: soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball. Co-ed sports include: Varsity crew, cross-country, golf and ultimate Frisbee. Intramural sports include: outdoor adventure, skiing & snowboarding, physical fitness.
The Storm King School offers clubs that change based on student preferences. Clubs may include: "The Quarry" yearbook, community service club, fitness club, hiking club, weightlifting club, art club, theater club, movie writing club, movie production club, cooking club, ski/snowboarding club, environmental club, student government, admissions ambassadors, National Honor Society.
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Students are placed in the classes best suited to their individual needs, including: Level1 (High Beginner - Low Intermediate), Level 2 (Intermediate), Level 3 (Advanced)