There are two residence halls on campus, each divided into three Houses of fifty students, Houses A,B,C,D,E and G. Each House is managed by a Head of House responsible for the well-being of her or his students and for communication with parents. The Head of House is assisted by a Resident Advisor. Every member of Faculty is assigned to a House and assists with pastoral care in the House one evening per week. The Head of School oversees the work of Heads of House as Dean of Boarding. Click here to learn more about residential life at Keio Academy of New York
The Dining Hall serves a variety of fresh foods to students, faculty, and staff seven days a week. It is arranged in House sections to encourage the family ethos of each House. There is always an adult seated at each table to encourage good conversation and good table manners. Click here to learn more about dining at Keio Academy of New York
The main school building, which includes classrooms, our library, and administrative offices is the center of our 27-acre campus. Click here to learn more about the curriculum at Keio Academy of New York.
Boasting a wonderful view from the third floor of the School building, our library has a large collection of both Japanese and English books, periodicals, DVDs, and CDs, as well as computers for student use.
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In the Health Center, registered nurses and their bilingual Japanese assistants are available to support students’ health and well-being. Click here to learn more about the Health Center.
Our campus includes several indoor and outdoor athletic facilities used for both Physical Education classes and athletic activities. Some of the facilities at the neighboring Manhattanville College are also available for use by our students.
Located in the main School building, the counseling room is available to students to find help maintaining their emotional and social well-being as well as their academic progress.
Located on the first floor of the main School building, the Japanese culture room is one of the unique facilities of our School. This room provides a space for the Tea Ceremony Club’s weekly practice and flower arrangement practice. Click here to learn more about our clubs and extracurricular activities.
The Student Center opened in September 2017. The first floor of the Student Center houses the President’s Office, an auditorium and a classroom. The second floor houses the band and orchestra room, a chorus room, dance room and individual practice rooms.