Lipilekha Bangla School is held bi-monthly on Sundays at a Shrub Oak church in the Westchester County. Lipilekha Bangla Association (LBA) is a registered not -for-profit organization in the State of New York. It is headquartered in Westchester County, and is dedicated to charitable, cultural and educational activities, with a special focus on the culture and language of the state of West Bengal, which is part of the country of India. As part of these activities, LBA runs a school for children. The school’s main purpose is to teach the Asian Indian language of Bengali (which is also spoken in the country of Bangladesh) to children interested in learning about the language and culture of West Bengal and India. The LBA school’s admission and instr- uction practices strictly follow and comply with New York State and United States Federal laws concerning non-discrimination. The school is open to the children of all bona fide members of LBA. The by-laws of LBA prohibit the practice of any form of racial discrimination based on race, color, national origin and ethnic origin. The LBA school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin , and ethnic origin in administ- ration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs (if/as applicable) and athletic and other school-administered programs (if/as applicable). For information about how to join LBA, school fees, location, etc.

Overview

Lipilekha Bangla School is held bi-monthly on Sundays at a Shrub Oak church in the Westchester County. Lipilekha Bangla Association (LBA) is a registered not -for-profit organization in the State of New York. It is headquartered in Westchester County, and is dedicated to charitable, cultural and educational activities, with a special focus on the culture and language of the state of West Bengal, which is part of the country of India. As part of these activities, LBA runs a school for children. The school's main purpose is to teach the Asian Indian language of Bengali (which is also spoken in the country of Bangladesh) to children interested in learning about the language and culture of West Bengal and India. The LBA school's admission and instr- uction practices strictly follow and comply with New York State and United States Federal laws concerning non-discrimination. The school is open to the children of all bona fide members of LBA. The by-laws of LBA prohibit the practice of any form of racial discrimination based on race, color, national origin and ethnic origin. The LBA school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin , and ethnic origin in administ- ration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs (if/as applicable) and athletic and other school-administered programs (if/as applicable). For information about how to join LBA, school fees, location, etc.  

School Location and Contact

Our school location is at "United Methodist Church, 1170 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588". Please contact school Principal Sumana Biswas (Phone 502-905-5460; E-mail: principal@lipilekha.org) for more informatiion.