Pre-K and Kindergarten students begin their Trevor journey in an elegant townhouse on East 89th Street. Bright and inviting classrooms welcome sections of 12-15 students. Students also enjoy a robust library, separate rooms for music and art, and large gymnasium space. With roof access and proximity to Central Park, the building also gives early childhood students exceptional access to the outdoors for play and learning.
Elementary students in Grades 1-5 use our space in the Church of the Heavenly Rest at East 90th Street. The facility offers two gymnasiums, a science laboratory, a one-of-a-kind library featuring arched bays and cozy nooks for reading, and several specialty classrooms for arts and technology. Trevor’s signature Common Spaces are introduced for Grade 4 and Grade 5 students, whose classrooms branch off a large open Common Room where students and teachers come together for collaborative learning.
The Upper School is housed in the Goodman Building at West 88th Street and Central Park West. The large lobby welcomes students to Trevor and is adjacent to our theater and light-filled dance studio. Central to this building are Trevor's signature collaborative spaces shared by students and faculty–The Middle School Common Room and the High School Center. Spacious and modern classrooms are grouped around these collaborative spaces. The building boasts well-equipped science laboratories, a modern cafeteria, art studios including a photo lab and ceramics studio, music rooms, and a full-sized gymnasium.
Trevor's Upper School will move to its brand new LEED-qualifying building on East 95th Street in December 2014, increasing the Upper School's square footage by nearly fifty percent, and providing a state-of-the-art facility to enhance Trevor's academic, arts, and athletic programs.