In 2015, Turning Point School earned its International Certification from the Council of International Schools. We are only the third school in the United States and one of nine schools in five countries to earn this honor. Our students will inherit an increasingly interconnected world, where opportunities are laced with challenges and uncertainties. Our emphasis on global citizenship—which is integrated into all areas of learning from Primary (preschool) to Grade 8 —enables students to understand themselves as members of a larger society in which borders are shifting, and multiple perspectives must be truly understood, respected, and celebrated.
Goldberg has won awards including 1948 Pulitzer Prize for his drawing about the world being on the edge of nuclear devastation, and has received several awards from the National Cartoonists Society including the Gold T-Square Award in 1955, the 1969 Rueben Award and the Gold Key Award, after his death in 1970. To further add to this list of accomplishments, he won the Banshee's Silver Lady Award in 1959, he was a co-founder of the Famous Artists School , President of the Artists and Writers Club and a member of the Society of Illustrators.