Schools

After School Programs

Friends of the High Line offers free, weekly after-school programs at local elementary schools PS 33 Chelsea Prep and PS 41. Through arts-based workshops and regular trips to the High Line, children explore High Line ecology, park design, and the history of Manhattan's West Side. The curriculum focuses on public art and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) learning through an active investigation of the built environment, horticulture, and life-cycle around the High Line.


Please contact Katie Henry, School and Family Programs Manager, for more information at katie.henry@thehighline.org.

Local Partnerships

Local schools have a unique opportunity to engage in multi-visit programs that utilize the High Line as an extension of their classrooms, and Friends of the High Line can tailor programs to meet the needs of local educators. From a three-part history curricula to a month-long arts education program or a year-long ecology study, partnerships offer a combination of in-school visits and guided excursions.

Please contact Katie Henry, School and Family Programs Manager, for more information at katie.henry@thehighline.org.

Self-Guided Visits

To aid the 6,000+ students who visit the High Line on self-guided experiences each year, Friends of the High Line offers free educational resources for teachers.

Please register your visit here and you'll receive optional free resources for your use.


Register Your Self-Guided Visit

Our Partners

Funding for High Line Education comes from The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston. This program is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council—with special thanks to Council Member Corey Johnson, Council Member Mark Levine, and the Manhattan Delegation of the City Council.