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Founded in 1916, The Ellis School is a college-preparatory, educational institution that serves young women in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The school s curriculum includes English, History, math, science, computer science, physical education, and performing and visual arts. It also offers instruction in world languages, including Spanish, Latin, French, Chinese and Russian. The Ellis School provides opportunities for participation in sports, such as basketball, field hockey, swimming, soccer, tennis and cross-country. The school s alumnae council sponsors traveling programs for alumnae, parents, students and friends. The Ellis School offers college counseling services to students. In addition, it organizes a summer day camp that includes a selection of indoor and outdoor activities, including dance, music, yoga, roller skating and rock wall climbing.
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Extra Phones

Phone: (412) 661-3979

Primary Phone: (412) 661-4880

Fax: (412) 661-3979

Shadyside, East End, Point Breeze

The Ellis School

Preschools & Kindergarten, Child Care, Elementary Schools, High Schools, Middle Schools, Nursery Schools, Private Schools (K-12), Schools


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Avoid if your daughter has a learning disbility

This school discriminates against girls with learning disabilities. The teachers are not knowledgeable about using current practices to help children with learning disabilities and are unwilling to help the students by bending the curriculum to meet the needs of the students or using the recommendations of other professionals to help the students be successful. They are more than happy to show you the door so they do not have to change their current practices. In theory this is a great place if your child is gifted and has no learning difficulty (often these go hand in hand) because the teachers can only teach students who can teach themselves.