10704 Public School

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Lincoln Junior/Senior High School 375 Kneeland Avenue Yonkers NY 10704 914-376-8400


Lincoln School 1 Midland Terrace Yonkers NY 10704 724-643-9004

Rosmarie Ann Siragusa School 60 Crescent Place Yonkers NY 10704 914-376-8570

School 17 745 Midland Avenue Yonkers NY 10704 914-376-8345

Yonkers Montessori Academy 160 Woodlawn Avenue Yonkers NY 10704 914-376-8540

Hamilton School 20 Oak Street Mount Vernon NY 10550 1.0 miles from 10704 914-335-5050

School 30 30 Nevada Place Yonkers NY 10708 1.1 miles from 10704 914-376-8590

School 21 100 Lee Avenue Yonkers NY 10705 1.1 miles from 10704 914-376-8435

Columbus School At The Franko Building 455 North High Street Mount Vernon NY 10552 1.1 miles from 10704 914-358-2700

Davis Middle School 350 Gramatan Avenue Mount Vernon NY 10552 1.3 miles from 10704 914-665-5120

Public School 16 4550 Carpenter Avenue NY 10470 1.3 miles from 10704 718-324-1262

Yonkers High School 150 Rockland Avenue Yonkers NY 10705 1.3 miles from 10704 914-376-8191

Grimes School 58 South 10th Avenue Mount Vernon NY 10550 1.3 miles from 10704 914-665-5020

Nelson Mandela Community High School At Columbus Building 250 Gramatan Avenue Mount Vernon NY 10550 1.3 miles from 10704 914-358-2720

Public School 19 4318 Katonah Avenue NY 10470 1.4 miles from 10704 718-324-1924

Thornton High School 121 South 6th Avenue Mount Vernon NY 10550 1.5 miles from 10704 914-358-2740

School 23 56 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue Yonkers NY 10701 1.5 miles from 10704 914-376-8445

School 13 195 McLean Avenue Yonkers NY 10705 1.5 miles from 10704 914-376-8335

Lincoln School 170 East Lincoln Avenue Mount Vernon NY 10552 1.6 miles from 10704 914-665-5039

Scholastic Academy for Academic Excellence 77 Park Hill Avenue Yonkers NY 10701 1.7 miles from 10704 914-376-8420

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