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New York is our campus.
Marymount students learn in unique and dynamic environments at our Fifth Avenue, 82nd, and 97th Street locations. From the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the stage at Carnegie Hall to the fields of Central Park, New York City is our extended campus.


Fifth Avenue Campus

Marymount’s Lower and Upper Schools occupy three landmark buildings on Fifth Avenue at 84th Street: the Vanderbilt Mansion, the Pratt Mansion, and the Milbank Mansion. The Fifth Avenue facilities include four state-of-the-art science laboratories, art studios, a math center, a gymnasium, an auditorium, a courtyard play area, a chapel, a library complex, and Lower School math and reading resource rooms.

82nd Street Campus

In 2002, Marymount expanded to include another Beaux Art townhouse located at 2 East 82nd Street, which currently houses the Lower Middle School. In addition to general purpose classrooms and common areas, this campus has dedicated facilities for library, art, and science. This campus participates in NYC Open Streets, so 82nd Street is closed to vehicular traffic on Mondays-Fridays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to facilitate outdoor learning.

97th Street Campus

Marymount added an additional facility in 2011 at 116 East 97th Street, where the Upper Middle School is based. This building features several science labs, a media-production lab, a “fab lab,” a gymnasium, an instrumental music room, a data visualization lounge, a dance studio, a fitness room, and a space for visual and performing arts. During the summer of 2014, the School purchased land across the street from this campus, and construction of Marymount's new school building began in 2020. Our permanent second home is expected to open to students in the fall of 2023.

New York City

New York City offers a wealth of learning opportunities for our students. The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park, located directly across the street from the Fifth Avenue Campus, provide resources that are integral to the School’s academic and extracurricular programs. Several studio art, humanities, and art history classes meet in the Museum’s Carroll Classroom. Central Park is a natural science laboratory, with acres of woods, ponds, and fields for exploration and discovery. It also offers athletic facilities for physical education classes, team sports, and field days. Other city sites, such as the United Nations, the Tenement Museum, Ellis Island, the New York Zoological Society, Carnegie Hall, the American Museum of Natural History, the Rose Planetarium, MoMA, the Guggenheim, El Museo Del Barrio, and Broadway are also frequent extensions of the classroom for Marymount students.