Preschools: Darien, New Canaan & Stamford

As parents who have moved out of Manhattan or Brooklyn ourselves, and with about 60% of our buyers being families who move out of New York City, we really understand the thought process and needs in buying a home in a suburb of New York City.

Among space, cost and quality-of-life in motivating young families to move to the New York City suburbs, one of the most quoted reasons is for the schools. Many families find it ideal to be settled into a new home and town prior to their eldest child becoming of preschool age. When their oldest has gone through the process of applying to Manhattan preschools, they often are even more appreciative of wider and more laid-back options for their younger children.

For many parents, the preschool application and admission process can be overwhelming. It is often the first formal decision making process which impacts our children’s growth, development and social fabric. The application process and preschool selection can vary widely from place to place. Manhattan and Brooklyn preschools have a documented reputation of competition and high cost. In Fairfield County Preschools and Westchester County Preschools, elite and competitive options to exist. However, there are a myriad of choices. As we are currently working on compiling an even more extensive and detailed list, this list has been compiled to ease the search process and have a resource listed in one convenient place. We look forward to assisting you in your search for a home in Fairfield and Westchester Counties!

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