Our Vibrant Community
Our student body is diverse to represent the real world and give children the opportunity to learn from each other’s ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds.
Bridges provides an academically accelerated curriculum in a nurturing environment with a teaching staff dedicated to preparing students for life in an interdependent world.
Our K-8 program is world class, tracking students individually through academically accelerated programs that include Mandarin and French language, Robotics, music, arts, theater, science, mathematics and advanced reading skills.
Pre-School years are the formative learning period in a child’s life, where children grow on many levels and Bridges prepares a child for a lifetime of learning with small class sizes and a curriculum shaped to individual needs.
Our goal is to offer a nurturing environment with an outstanding teaching staff, dedicated to preparing students for life in an interdependent world.
The Academy instills love of learning through enriching and challenging academic programs, with a curriculum that focuses on academic excellence and far exceeds NY State standards.
The Bridges Difference
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2017 Regents Passing Rate
8th Earth Science Regents 100% Passing Rate
9th Grade Algebra Regents100% Passing Rate
Immigration Council Award
Michael won third place in the American Immigration Council Award. Congratulations Michael.
Birthday in a Box
A special thank you goes to Tsemaye for organizing a Birthday in a Box so that everyone can have a wonderful birthday celebration. We thank everyone who donated to this worthy cause.
National French Awards
Congratulations to all of our Suffolk County, New York State and Nationally ranked French students.
Regional Finals of the History Bee
Pictures left to right are Dr. John Caruso, Head of School, James Sugarman, Andrew Dulik, Jay Amin, Joshua McMackin and Mrs. Renee Iannuzzi, social studies teacher.
On April 10th, students from the Bridges Academy participated in the Regional Finals of the History Bee in Bridgeport, Ct. We are proud to announce the four students pictured are moving on to the national finals to be held in Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information, contact Dr. Caruso at 631-358-5035
Wednesday, August 9th from 7-8PM
Limited openings in grades K-8
Students in grades K-8 must score minimally in the 50th percentile in
mathematics and reading to be accepted in our advanced academic program.
The Academy is strengthening its STEM programs through the partnership with NYIT. Students will work with the graduate students at NYIT on various programming and research work using Rasberry PIs.
The Academy is also participating in the White House Computer Science for All. This program ensures progress on expanding Computer Science Education in participating schools. In US, only a quarter of schools offer a CS course with programming included. The Academy has submitted its increased commitments to the program and has had tremendous progress toward its goals.
Bridges enters its second year of partnership with the Russian School of Mathematics. Registration is open to all Bridges and Non-Bridges Students.
This is an award-winning Mathematics Program that coupled with the Bridges excellent Math Program helps children build math skills and critical thinking. For more information click here.