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Open Houses

Dominican Academy hosts two Open Houses in the Fall. Both Open Houses give prospective students the chance to tour the building, learn about our academic and extracurricular programs, and speak with current students. Our main Open House takes place on October 20, 2018 from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. (last tour at 1:30 PM).The event is open to 8th and 7th graders. There is no need to R.S.V.P. An alternate Mini Open House will take place on October 24, 2018 between 4:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. The event is open to 7th and 8th graders. An R.S.V.P. is required to attend the Mini Open House. REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT HAS CLOSED.

ATT: New Jersey, Long Island, and Westchester Residents: We will host three regional receptions for prospective students in New Jersey, Long Island, and Westchester this Fall. Please click here for additional information.

Private Visits for Families and schools

Please contact Madeleine Metzler, Director of Admissions, at 212-744-0195, ext. 131, if your family or a group of students from your school would like to visit Dominican Academy. Click here to request a visit.

Fall Fridays

Please note that, at this time, all seats in our Fall Friday series have been filled.

Fall Fridays provide 8th graders with the opportunity to see what life is like as a student at D.A. Sessions will take place on September 28th and October 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th. Due to the size of our facilities, only a limited number of seats are available for each session. Please contact Madeleine Metzler, Director of Admissions, with questions or to register: 212-744-0195, ext. 131.


Dominican Academy is located at 44 East 68th Street in Manhattan, between Park and Madison Avenues. Located in an historic mansion on the Upper East Side, D.A.is easily accessible by the 4/5/6, E, F, and N/Q/R trains.

Nearby points of interest include: Central Park, the Frick Museum, the Park Avenue Armory, the Asia Society, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Italian Cultural Institute, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.