Russian Mission School in New York
Средняя школа с углублённым изучением иностранного языка при Постоянном представительстве РФ при ООН в Нью-Йорке
The Russian Mission Residential Complex in Riverdale houses the Russian school
Address
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355 West 255 Street Bronx, NY 10471
355 Вест 255, Нью-Йорк,10471,США
Coordinates40°54′11″N 73°54′07″W / 40.903080°N 73.902055°W / 40.903080; -73.902055
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Websiteny-school.russiaun.ru
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The Russian Mission School in New York (Russian: Общеобразовательная школа при Постоянном представительстве России при ООН в Нью-Йорке) is a Russian overseas school located on the grounds of the Russian Mission Residency[1] in the Riverdale community of Bronx borough of New York City, New York.[2][3] It is affiliated with the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations,[4] and is operated by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As of 1986 students from this school had meetings with local high school students.[3]

See also

Anglo-American-Canadian international schools in Russia:

References

  1. ^ "Russian Mission" (Archive). The Riverdale Press. Retrieved April 20, 2015. "The event will take place at the Russian Mission to the United Nations Residency, located on Mosholu Avenue at 255th Street."
  2. ^ Home page. Russian Mission School in New York. Retrieved April 14, 2015. "Адрес: 355 West 255 Street Bronx, NY 10471 Адрес: 355 Вест 255, Нью-Йорк,10471,США"
  3. ^ a b Deutsch, Claudia H. "When Diplomacy Begins at Home". The New York Times. May 28, 1986. Retrieved April 14, 2015. "Soviet citizens who contacted Americans were primarily Russians based here – students from the Russian mission school in Riverdale meeting with American high school children, for example."
  4. ^ "School of the Mission" (Archive). The Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations in New York. Retrieved July 14, 2020.