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  • What is your birthday cut-off date?
    The birthday cut-off date for our 2s and 3s Groups is August 1. For all other Groups, our birthday cut-off date is October 1. Children must be the age of the Group that they would enter by the cut-off date. For example, a child entering the 3s would need to be three years old on or before August 1.
  • What is the typical group size?
    2s Groups have 12 children; 3s have approximately 14. 4s and older usually have 16–18 children in each Group.
  • What kind of child is well-suited for City and Country?
    Given our emphasis on both independent and group problem solving, children with solid language and social skills thrive at C&C. 
  • Do certain applicants receive special priority?
    Yes, sibling and legacy applicants are given priority and are eligible for Early Notification. Although sibling and legacy applicants are not guaranteed admission, it is our goal to admit them if possible.
  • Does my child need to be vaccinated?
    The New York State Department of Health requires all children to be vaccinated prior to admission. 
  • Where do your graduates go to high school?
    City and Country School has graduates in a wide range of the area high schools. High schools report that our graduates stand out as confident, original thinkers, remarkable problem-solvers, and excellent writers and researchers. City and Country graduates are well prepared for high school, and are often leaders among their peers. Our graduates have been accepted to a variety of high schools in recent years, including the following:

American Heritage School
Archbishop Molloy High School
Avenues
Bard High School Early College
The Beacon School
The Berkeley Carroll School
The Birch Wathen Lenox School
Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School
Boerum HIll School
The Brearley School
Bronx High School of Science
Brooklyn Friends School
Brooklyn Lab School
The Brooklyn Latin School
Brooklyn Technical High School
The Browning School
Buxton School
The Calhoun School
The Cambridge School
Cardinal Spellman High School
The Chapin School
City Polytechnic High School
Collegiate School
Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School
Community School
Crossroads School
The Dalton School
Darrow School
Dwight School
Dwight-Englewood School
Eagle Hill School
Eastern Christian School Association
Eleanor Roosevelt High School
Ethical Culture Fieldston School
Fontbonne Hall Academy
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High School
Friends Seminary
Garden School
The Gow School
Grace Church School
Greenhill School
Gulliver Prep
Hawthorne Christian Academy
The Heschel School
Hewitt School
Horace Mann School
The High School for American Studies
Kent
The Kew-Forest School
NYC LAB School
LaGuardia Arts

Landmark School
La Salle Academy
The Lawrenceville School
The Loomis Chaffee School
Loyola School
LREI
Manhattan Village Academy
Marble Hill School for International Studies
The Marvelwood School
Mary Louis Academy
Marymount School
The Masters School
Millbrook School
Millennium High School
Miss Porter’s School
Montclair High School
Murray Bergtraum High School for Business Careers
NYC Museum School
New Roads School
NEST + m
The Nightingale-Bamford School
Notre Dame School
Oakwood Friends School
The Packer Collegiate Institute
Palmer Trinity School
Poly Prep Country Day School
Professional Children’s School
Purnell School
The Putney School
Riverdale Country School
Robert Louis Stevenson School
Rudolf Steiner School
School of the Future
St. Andrew’s School
Saint Ann’s School
Saint Saviour High School
Saint Victoire International School
The Spence School
St. Joseph High School
St. Stephens International School
Stuyvesant High School
Talent Unlimited High School
Townsend Harris High School
Trevor Day School
Trinity School
United Nations International School
Westover School
The Windward School
Wildwood
Xavier High School
York Prep