Avenues: The World School could easily be one of America’s most expensive private schools. The $56,000-a-year private school is the educational destination for most hedge-fund managers and tech millionaires where the students get a MacBook and an iPad and parents get a hefty tuition fee. The school is now set to reopen with smart strategies, three real possibilities to deal with the aftermath of the pandemic. The first strategy includes Avenues New York opening a branch in the Hamptons area of nearby Long Island for city families. The cost of tuition there is $48,000 and, as of the most recent tally, 45 students in grades 4 to 11 from Avenues New York have transferred to Avenues Studio in the Hamptons for the 2020-21 school years. The second strategy includes a completely online curriculum for toddlers and students through grade 12 called Avenues Online. The school expects more than 400 students to enroll this year for the Avenues Online curriculum even with a $30,000-tuition tab. The third strategy is a service dubbed [email protected] which brings extra help for parents’ right in the comforts of their homes. The cost per household is $65,000 for the first child and $45,000 for each additional child, not including tuition. Avenue is an expensive school with tuition alone for Avenues New York is priced at a whopping $58,700.
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Avenues operate campuses in New York City, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Shenzhen, China. The fee could well be justified by tech billionaires and celebrity parents who take joy in the fact that students at Avenues are given MacBooks and iPads, they take yoga and dance classes, and graduate fluent in either Mandarin or Spanish. Tuition includes all books and materials, field trips, transportation to and from school activities, lunch, snacks, athletic uniforms, and educational technology such as the Apple products.