Founded in 1919 in New York by educationist Helen Parkhurst, Dalton School is the mother school of over 200 Dalton Schools all over the world. All the schools follow a specific 'Dalton Plan' which ensures all-round development of children.
Dalton School is known for its rigorous and innovative educational curriculum which meets each student's interests, abilities, and needs. Dalton challenges each student to develop intellectual independence, creativity and curiosity and a sense of responsibility toward others.
Presently, there are over 1400 students from a number of countries. The faculty mermbers hail from various countries and are trained, experienced and highly educated. At Dalton, students receive world-class education in a wide range of subjects and engage in hosts of co-curricular activities and sports to unleash their potentials.
Dalton values are focused on developing six integral aspects of each student: intellectual, social, emotional, aesthetic, physical and spiritual. The school strives to cultivate arts, sciences, humanities and physical development and offers special education music, dance, theater and visual arts.
53 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128, United States