The deciding factor in choosing an international school in New York rather than a private school is often the curriculum. The majority of NYC's international schools teach the International Baccalaureate, which is taught across the globe. Private schools teach the American curriculum, which is also popular around the world, but not nearly as widespread.
The French-Amerian School of New York finished a successful semester of distance learning last spring that has set the bar for virtual education in Westchester County.
This year's production of the FASNY English-Speaking Theater (FEST) was an adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream, set in the 1980s.