Horace Mann School

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Horace Mann School (also known as Horace Mann or HM) is an independent college preparatory school in the Bronx, founded in 1887.wikipedia
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The school was founded in 1887 by Nicholas Murray Butler as a co-educational experimental and developmental unit of Teachers College at Columbia University.
In 1887, he co-founded with Grace Hoadley Dodge, and became president of, the New York School for the Training of Teachers, which later affiliated with Columbia University and was renamed Teachers College, Columbia University, and from which a co-educational experimental and developmental unit became Horace Mann School.

New Lincoln School

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The Teachers College therefore created the Lincoln School, located on 110th Street, across the street from Central Park, to continue its experiments in teaching.
In 1941 Teachers College merged Lincoln School with Horace Mann School, which it operated as a demonstration school.

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Horace Mann is a member of the Ivy Preparatory School League, educating students from the New York metropolitan area from nursery school to the twelfth grade.
Horace Mann School in Riverdale, Bronx

Anthony Lewis

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Throughout its history, it has won national journalism awards and has been staffed by students who went on to become distinguished journalists and authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Anthony Lewis (class of 1944), Richard Kluger (class of 1952), Robert Caro (class of 1953) and David Leonhardt (class of 1990).
He attended the Horace Mann School in the Bronx, where he was a classmate of Roy Cohn, and graduated from Harvard College in 1948.

Robert Caro

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Throughout its history, it has won national journalism awards and has been staffed by students who went on to become distinguished journalists and authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Anthony Lewis (class of 1944), Richard Kluger (class of 1952), Robert Caro (class of 1953) and David Leonhardt (class of 1990).
He was 'very silent,' Caro said, and became more so after Caro's mother died, after a long illness, when Robert was 12. It was his mother's deathbed wish that he should go to the Horace Mann School, an exclusive private school in the Riverdale section of The Bronx.

Richard Kluger

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Throughout its history, it has won national journalism awards and has been staffed by students who went on to become distinguished journalists and authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Anthony Lewis (class of 1944), Richard Kluger (class of 1952), Robert Caro (class of 1953) and David Leonhardt (class of 1990).
He attended the Horace Mann School in the Riverdale section of the Bronx and Princeton University, attaining honors as an English major, but his principal pursuit at college was the school newspaper where he was the 1955–56 chair of the Daily Princetonian.

The Bronx

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Horace Mann School (also known as Horace Mann or HM) is an independent college preparatory school in the Bronx, founded in 1887. The Upper, Middle, and Lower Divisions are located in Riverdale, a neighborhood of the Bronx, while the Nursery School is located in Manhattan.
The Bronx is also home to three of New York City's most prestigious private, secular schools: Fieldston, Horace Mann, and Riverdale Country School.

Riverdale, Bronx

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The Upper, Middle, and Lower Divisions are located in Riverdale, a neighborhood of the Bronx, while the Nursery School is located in Manhattan.
Riverdale is home to three top-tier private schools: Horace Mann, Riverdale Country, and Fieldston, all members of the Ivy Preparatory School League; and two Roman Catholic colleges: The College of Mount Saint Vincent and Manhattan College.

David Leonhardt

Throughout its history, it has won national journalism awards and has been staffed by students who went on to become distinguished journalists and authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Anthony Lewis (class of 1944), Richard Kluger (class of 1952), Robert Caro (class of 1953) and David Leonhardt (class of 1990).
Leonhardt graduated from Horace Mann School in Riverdale, New York, in 1990, and then continued his studies at Yale University, graduating in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in applied mathematics.

Barnard School for Boys

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In 1972, Horace Mann merged with the Barnard School for Boys, next door in Riverdale, to form the Horace Mann-Barnard Lower School for kindergarten through grade six, located on the former Barnard School campus.
It merged with the Horace Mann School in 1972, which first opened its doors in a small building on University Place in Greenwich Village in 1887.

William Barr

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William Barr, former U.S. Attorney General
He grew up on the Upper West Side, and attended the Corpus Christi School and Horace Mann School.

Harrison Bader

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Harrison Bader, class of 2012, baseball player
Bader attended the Horace Mann School in the Riverdale neighborhood of The Bronx, New York City, and played for the school's baseball team.

Erik Barnouw

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Erik Barnouw, writer, critic, documentary filmmaker, Columbia University professor
Erik attended Horace Mann School in New York City.

Pedro Álvarez (baseball)

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Pedro Alvarez, class of 2005, Major League baseball player
He then attended Horace Mann School in the Bronx, where he holds numerous baseball records, most notably home runs, batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, and RBIs.

Orvil Dryfoos

Orvil Dryfoos, publisher of The New York Times
He attended the Horace Mann School in New York City and Dartmouth College.

Josh Bernstein

Josh Bernstein, class of 1989 – host of The History Channel's Digging For the Truth
Josh Bernstein was born and raised in Manhattan, and attended the Horace Mann School.

Peter Deutsch

Peter Deutsch, former congressman
He graduated from the Horace Mann School in 1975 and attended Swarthmore College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1979.

Morris Ernst

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Morris Leopold Ernst, lawyer and co-founder the American Civil Liberties Union
He attended the Horace Mann School and graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in 1909.

Roy Cohn

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Roy Cohn, aide to Senator Joseph McCarthy, lead prosecutor in the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg trial
After attending Horace Mann School and the Fieldston School, and completing studies at Columbia College in 1946, Cohn graduated from Columbia Law School at the age of 20. He had to wait until his 21st birthday to be admitted to the bar, and he used his family connections to obtain a position in the office of United States Attorney Irving Saypol in Manhattan the day he was admitted.

Amy S. Bruckman

Amy S. Bruckman, class of 1983, Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology and selected as one of Technology Review's 100 remarkable innovators under the age of 35.
She attended the Horace Mann School, an Ivy Preparatory School in New York City, graduating in 1983.

Rockwell Kent

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Rockwell Kent, famous American illustrator and painter
He lived much of his early life in and around New York City, where he attended the Horace Mann School.

Ed Koren

Edward Koren, New Yorker cartoonist
Edward Benjamin Koren was born in New York City and attended Horace Mann School and Columbia University.

Charles Evans (businessman)

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Charles Evans, founder of fashion house Evan-Piccone, and producer of Tootsie
He graduated from the Horace Mann School in New York City, and attended the University of Miami.

Carl Gershman

Carl Gershman, President of the National Endowment for Democracy
He graduated from Horace Mann Preparatory School, from Yale University, and from the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University.

Marc Fisher

Marc Fisher, class of 1976, writer and editor for The Washington Post
He attended the Horace Mann School and was graduated from Princeton University, where he was a member of the University Press Club.