Does anyone on here have a comparative perspective on how differently things like grammar and math are taught at these two schools in the elementary years? Is the traditional/progressive thing really a big difference or is it just sort of branding and they really teach things pretty similarly?

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This would truly be the bottom of my list of concerns if I were trying to choose between these two schools. Both of them can effectively teach grammar and math.

Sounds like you go to a Dalton.

@Anonymous I have no opinion on this matter, but I love your response.

Brearley's HS math classes are limited. Girls must take same math as their grade, for instance, a 9th grader cannot take Algebra 2 and must take Geometry because the scheduling doesn't allow for flexibility. Brearley girls go to Dalton to take higher math after school.

I thought all of the TT schools try to provide at least higher level/multi variable calculus at the school if there is enough interest but if not they take it through inter school?

@Anonymous I don't recall seeing any of the TT schools offering muti-variable calculus; maybe through interschool.

To follow up on my own post, I figured if any TT school would offer multi-variable calculus it would be HM. But nope:

https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1587490033/horacemann/eafpiegc2er98b8tzqgf/POS2020-2021MATH.pdf.Neither does HCHS: https://hunterschools.myschoolapp.com/ftpimages/602/download/download_1966659.pdf.OP: This is all so interesting, thank you. I was originally asking about math and grammar instruction in the lower school, though. Does anyone have insight into that? Thank