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Harrow New York campus hosts global business summit

Amity Education Group, which owns and operates Harrow New York, was delighted to partner with Suffolk County recently to host a first-of-its-kind global business summit on our beautiful Long Island campus. Bringing together over 200 entrepreneurs, educators, business representatives and government stakeholders, the summit’s aim is to promote international business, foreign trade and investment, and innovation on Long Island by empowering local businesses and incubators with the knowledge, resources and connections needed to thrive in the global business landscape.

The Harrow School XII Performs in New York

We recently welcomed the Harrow School XII (a talented group of musicians from Harrow School in London) who performed a number of songs and musical interludes, as well as shared their experiences of Harrow School. The audience was enthralled by their performances, both in Manhattan and on our beautiful waterside campus on Long Island.

Virtual Open Houses coming soon

We are looking forward to welcoming prospective families to our program of virtual Open Houses coming soon. These will be a great opportunity to get to know about our exciting new school, to meet our Founding Principal, and to explore all that Harrow New York has to offer on its unique waterside location on Long Island. Keep watching our website and social media channels for details.

Harrow School at Lord's

The annual cricket fixture between Harrow School and Eton College took place at Lord’s Cricket Ground, just a few weeks prior to the World Test Championship Final between India and Australia in London.

In front of a healthy crowd of school students, parents, Old Harrovians and Old Etonians, Harrow batted first and scored an impressive 275 in their 50 overs. The Eton response was strong but ultimately fell four runs short of the target, hence confirming a further Harrow victory in this fixture which first took place in 1805.