New City School in the News

The Burg, Harrisburg’s monthly community magazine did a nice write up on New City School.  Writer and author of the piece, Jessica Sprajcar , spent a morning in the classroom, spoke... Read On

Welcome Ms. Melissa

The New City School board is happy to announce the addition of Melissa Berry to our Pre-K staff.  Ms. Melissa comes to us with experience in, and a passion for... Read On

New City School is Open!

We are happy to be three weeks into our first year at New City School as a result of the generosity of so many of you.  The children and their families thank you. Brodey’s... Read On

Calling All Volunteers

New City School has 15 student registrations and is ready to open her doors on Tuesday, September 13th.  In order to ensure a smooth beginning for our new students we... Read On

First Day of School September 13

On September 13,  twelve 3-and 4- year olds will fill room four of the old Verbeke School as Ms Liz and her staff begin the 2016-2017 school year.  With our roster full and... Read On

New City School Hires First Teacher

The New City School Board is excited to announce and introduce to our community and friends our newly hired Pre-K teacher, Liz Barna. Ms. Liz comes to us as an experienced... Read On

Needed Supplies for New City School

Our commitment to offer a high quality education of mind and soul begins with hands on discovery in an active learning environment.  We believe this meets children where they are... Read On

Broad Street Market Gets Word Out

As a new and establishing entity to Harrisburg we are looking for opportunities to create awareness of and develop interest in New City School.  We are committed to serving our... Read On

Invest in New City School

Your investment of time and resources is necessary to open our doors this September.  Would you consider investing in one of the following ways? Assist with room preparation.  After a good start... Read On

Large Bright Classroom Home to Pre-K

Thanks to the hospitality of Second City Church,  New City School’s Pre-K has a more suitable space.   Our initial plan was to use the room in which the nursery... Read On