Admissions for the current school year
You may reach out to Parent Coordinator Joan Bredthauer with inquiries about enrollment for this school year: firstname.lastname@example.org. To find the zoned school for any address in NYC, use the School Search Tool.
Seat offers will be made according to availability and the enrollment priorities listed below.
Admissions for September 2023
Application period is December 7, 2022 through January 20, 2023
Families with children born in 2018 are eligible to apply for Kindergarten in NYC for September 2023.
Most families apply using the MySchools online system. You can also apply by phone, call 718-935-2009.
Enrollment priorities, all grades
PS 58 is a zoned school and families who live in the zone have enrollment priority. Here is the new zone map. The easiest and most accurate way to see which elementary school is your zoned school is by using the School Search tool at the DOE website.
- In NYC, priority for seat offers to a zoned school such as PS 58 is given to zoned children who have a brother or sister at our school.
- Next, seats are offered to other zoned applicants.
- There is a priority for children who apply to our French dual language program who speak French but little or no English.
Diversity in Admissions Priorities for grades Pre-K and K
Students in these categories will receive priority for up to 30% of our Kindergarten seats. Students in these situations do not need to live in our school zone:
- eligible for free or reduced price lunch
- live in temporary housing as described by the McKinney Vento Act
- are English Language Learners
- are residents of public housing
If you have questions about applying to PS 58, please contact Parent Coordinator Joan Bredthauer at email@example.com.
PS 58 has two programs: Kindergarten and French Dual Language Kindergarten
We offer Kindergarten (taught in English) and French Dual Language Kindergarten (taught 50% in English and 50% in French). Families may list both programs on their application. We have 100 seats in our monolingual Kindergarten program. One of our classes is an Integrated Co-Teaching classroom. In our Kindergarten DLP classes, we have a total of 25 seats for Anglophone students and 25 seats for Francophone students. Half the students in each KDLP class speak French, half speak little or no French.
Kindergarten classes may have up to 25 students each.
If you add French Dual Language Kindergarten to your child’s application, you will need to indicate how well your child speaks French and how well they speak English. Our Dual Language program aims for a balanced number of English-speaking students and French-fluent students. French-fluent students who speak no or little English are given priority.
A fluency assessment is required for children who apply as French speakers. The assessment is best described as a 15-minute, in-person conversation in French. We will contact families of children whose applications state that they speak French very well to schedule an appointment in late January. We then provide a list to the Office of Enrollment of children whom we have verified as fluent.
If we cannot verify that your child speaks French fluently, your child will still be considered for a DLP seat offer along with the other English-speaking applicants.
We will make appointments for French speakers who are zoned and those who qualify for the Diversity in Admissions program. If, after assessing this first group of applicants, we find that we do not have enough French-fluent candidates for the program, we will begin to reach out to applicants from outside our zone.