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The Green Vale School is a co-educational, nonsectarian, independent day school in Old Brookeville on Long Island, New York, just 40 minutes east of Manhattan. We provide a superior academic preparation for boys and girls from Nursery through 8th Grade. Guided by their teachers, students in the younger classes are allowed to mature at their own pace, finding challenge and success in a variety of classroom venues such as the science, writing, math, or dramatic play learning center.

Early Childhood Programs:
- Nursery
- Beginnings
- Young Three's
- Pre-K
- Kindergarten

Lower School:
- Grades 1-5

Middle School:
- Grades 6-8

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Address: 250 Valentine's Lane, Old Brookville, Nassau County, New York 11545, USA
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