NEST+m is a New York City Department of Education citywide school for Gifted & Talented students, grades K to 12. We offer an academically challenging curriculum designed to produce young scholars who are distinguished by their intellectual capabilities, communication skills, capacity for leadership, ethical values, and readiness to contribute to the betterment of the world at large.
We are the only public Gifted & Talented school in New York City in which students can move seamlessly from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Our three grade levels—Lower (grades K–5), Middle (6–8) and Upper (9–12)—occupy their own unique space within our large, sun-filled building, but they share a single educational philosophy and a unified school spirit.
- At NEST+m, intellectualism, inclusivity, collaboration and exploration within and beyond our school community enable our students to lead lives filled with learning, discovery and purpose.
- NEST+m’s students feel valued and cared for. They develop the academic mindsets and metacognitive skills necessary for long-term learning.
- NEST+m students blossom into practitioners–scientists, mathematicians, technologists, writers, historians, musicians, painters, linguists and artists–who learn from and with each other.
Congratulations to our Graduates!
Get Ready for the PTA Summer Camp Auction!
Ready to make some summer plans? Get ready for the Summer Camp Auction, March 17-March 26! This is the perfect way to raise some money for the PTA, while securing summer camp spots for your kids.
We are currently looking for donations of all your favorite summer programs -- send us an email at email@example.com!PTA
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COVID-19 TESTING CONSENT
Parents/guardians, please SUBMIT the consent form for in-school COVID-19 testing for your student(s). Kindergarten students are excluded from random testing.
To submit consent, Log into your NYC Schools Account, click your student’s name, click “Manage Account,” and then when a dropdown menu appears, click “Consent Forms.” Read the page, and then choose the consent option at the end for your student.