Teacher Training Schools
About the school
Our schools in West New York and Newark are registered with the State of New Jersey. The certificate you receive is your passport to your final destination - your teaching job.
Both locations are in busy business districts of the suburbs of New York City, twenty minutes by bus/train to the center of one of the most exciting and never sleeping cities in the world.
We offer spacious classrooms in well maintained, modern, fully equipped spaces that allow for a maximum learning experience. The schools are air-conditioned during the warm season. Our staff of qualified, experienced teachers will be at your side during your training process. Friendly, professional administrative assistants are waiting to support you for a comfortable stay.
What can be said about incredible New York City that hasn’t already been said? Immerse yourself in New York City for five minutes, and you’ll see why it’s like no other place on earth. Only here will you find all of America’s attributes - the diversity, the culture, and the style - intensified in such an intriguing way. And only here will you experience those sublime moments that New York City is famous for.
If you're a first-time visitor, come and see the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, Staten Island Ferry, Brooklyn Bridge and all our other world-famous attractions. If you've been here before, there's always another neighborhood to explore, another restaurant to try, another Broadway show or museum to see; another don't-miss cultural performance or sporting event.
New York is really a city of islands. Manhattan and Staten Island are islands; Queens and Brooklyn are on the western tip of Long Island. So, of New York City’s five boroughs, only the Bronx is part of the mainland. However, there is an island that’s part of the Bronx and yet feels like a New England fishing village: City Island, a marine-related community offering fishing, boating, and a wide range of restaurants and snack bars.
New York Climate
Which is the best season to visit NYC? Ask four different New Yorkers and get four different answers. New York City is great in every season!
New York winters are typically cold with moderate snowfall. The city's coastal position keeps temperatures relatively warmer than inland regions. It has a frost-free period lasting an average of 220 days between seasonal freezes. April, May, and November are typically the months with greatest precipitation. Spring and fall in New York City are mild, while summer is very warm and humid, with temperatures of 90°F (32°C) or higher recorded from 18 to 25 days on average during the season.