- BROOKLYN, NY
COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
MUSE Academy has implemented a comprehensive COVID safety plan to support safe onsite schooling five days a week for our students. This includes: - All teachers fully vaccinated - Monthly testing for all staff, students, and family members - Masking and social distancing - Enhanced cleaning and disinfection - Circulation of fresh air in all classrooms
- Academicsgrade A+
- Diversitygrade A+
- Teachersgrade A+
MUSE Academy is an independent private school in Brooklyn. Currently offering Pre-K3 through Grade 3, MUSE Academy fills a critical need for high-quality, humanist education. We seek to develop the full potential of every child as lifelong learners, expressive artists, and active citizens in his or her community. Music, movement, and performance are central to the MUSE educational experience and profoundly contribute to cognitive and social development. Our unique Pre-K and Kindergarten programs nurture creativity and a passion for learning from an early age. Our approach engages all the modes through which children learn and communicate — including verbal, analytical, kinesthetic, spatial, social, and emotional — using an inquiry-based learning model.
Ignite a Life of Creative Thinking!
Immersive daily instruction in the arts helps to unlock a student's creative thinking and self-expression! Explore how music, dance, and drama become part of your child's journey at MUSE Academy.
- African American21.1%
- Native American0%
- Pacific Islander0%
- Offers Full WeekYes
- Offers Part WeekNo data available
- Offers Full DayYes
- Offers Part DayNo data available
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C minus
- Good for Familiesgrade A
- Housinggrade C minus
MUSE Academy Reviews
Our daughter really seemed to enjoy her days learning and playing at MUSE. She loved having daily Spanish and music class and alternating between art and dance throughout the week.
Our favorite aspect of the school is how well it integrates the curriculum with music, art, science and dance. Some examples of this were shown in their unit of study on Space - the students learned songs to help them remember the planets, made “constellation projectors” in art class to answer the question of why stars only appear at night and danced, using their bodies to illustrate the orbiting of Earth around the sun. Integrating these lessons through various subjects not only made learning fun and exciting for our daughter but it also allowed her to understand these concepts on a deeper level.
We’ve loved our time at MUSE and are looking forward to another great year in the Fall!