There is a gentleman named Donald Braswell who studied there several years back. About eleven years ago he was in Wales riding his bicycle on his way to sing but was in a serious accident. The soft tissue in his throat was damaged and the doctors said he would never talk again let alone sing. Donald is now singing on Americas Got Talent and we are all mesmerized by his awesome voice. Thousands upon thousands have voted him back each time there is an elimination. I have not heard such a beautiful voice in so long. Not only his voice, his demeanor is, well, I don't even know how to explain it. He's humble, yet strong. He's caring and appreciative yet out to win. We all know he should win this competition, hands down!!!! We, meaning we, the now thousands upon thousands of devoted fans of his, think he should win. I am asking all the students and the faculty at the school to listen to Donald sing on Americas Got Talent on Oct 1st on NBC. Hear for yourself how fabulous his voice has become since the accident. We are asking for you vote for Donald. He is your alumni and trust me, you will not be disappointed. I send this message this way because the school obviously taught Donald how to sing to his highest potential. We who love him so much thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Most graciously, Carol Canter
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The Smith School is an exceptional private school in New York City. I transferred both my kids there after they were failing in public school. Its' small class sizes and individualized instruction gave them the personalized attention they needed to succeed. This school is remarkable in that they accept kids with and without disabilities - both types in the same classes working side-by-side. Unbelievably, there are no bullies and no cliques in this school - it truly has a family atmosphere, yet excels in prepareing all the kids for college. I strongly recommend that any NYC parent (whose kids are struggling at other schools) check out the Smith School.
I am currently a senior at the Young Women's Leadership School and I can positively say TYWLS has made me an outgoing women. Now that I am off to college I feel very prepared and motivated to obtain an amazing career. My wish is for girls all over New York to be able to have the opportunity to attend such an outstanding school. TYWLS has changed my life and once I have children of my own I'll be sure to send my girls there.