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Convent of the Sacred Heart, located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, is an accredited, Latin Rite Catholic private, all-female school offering Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 programs. The three divisions of Convent of the Sacred Heart are comprised of Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. Each division addresses the academic, spiritual, social and psychological needs of the students through diverse teaching strategies and extra-curricular activities.

The Convent of the Sacred Heart is located adjacent to Central Park in the New York borough of Manhattan, on the Upper East Side at East 91st Street and Fifth Avenue. The school is housed in the former Otto Kahn and James A. Burden, Jr. mansions, both of which are New York City-Designated Landmarks.


School / Office Address: 1 East 91st Street
New York City
New York
USA
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