Prospect Hill Elementary School 1000 Washington Ave, Pelham, NY10803 First built in 1879 as a two-story brick building located on Jackson Avenue, this place of learning eventually expanded,…More moved and was named the Prospect Hill Elementary School in 1930.
Originally built as a four-classroom, two-story brick building in 1900, the Colonial Elementary School underwent…More extensive renovations in 1926 and again in the 1990s. Today, Colonial accommodates approximately 300 students from kindergarten through fifth grade.
The school implemented a number of literacy and math initiatives this year, including the Wilson Fundation Program. Fundations aims to improve the reading skills of kindergarten and first grade students during 30-minute classroom sessions that focus predominantly on print knowledge, alphabet awareness, decoding, vocabulary, fluency, spelling and phonics.
In addition to the school's rigorous academic and innovative initiatives, Colonial places a heavy emphasis on the arts, encouraging students to build upon their music and art skills.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School 575 Fowler Ave, Pelham, NY10803 For more than 50 years, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School has offered a rigorous pre- and elementary school…More curriculum. In addition to the mandatory secular studies, students participate in religion classes, mass and prayer services. Students' academic growth is assessed by the annual Archdiocesan testing program, standardized tests and New York State Education Department exams. A host of after-school activities is available, including choir, chess, art club and girl and boy scouts.