Teen Boarding Schools in New York
New York is a state located in the northeastern region of the United States of America. It's one of the most populous and also the 7th most densely populated state in the country. New York's gross state product is third in size (first is California and second is Texas). It's the home of the New York Stock Exchange which is the biggest stock exchange in the world. It's also the United State's leading center of communication, finance, and banking.
Despite beng known mostly for the companies in its metropolis areas, New York is also a major supplier of agricultural products in the US. Its main agricultural products include apples, potatoes, dairy products, cabbage among many others. About 25% of the total land in New York is devoted to agriculture and produces over $3 Billion USD in revenue. It's also one of the main grape-producers in the country.
New York's climate can be classified as humid subtropical. Winters are long and cold in some areas and summers can be hot and humid in most areas. New York is known for being low in the list of greenhouse gas producers in the country mainly because compared with other states, a higher percentage of New York's population use mass transport instead of private vehicles.
The primary, middle school and secondary education of New York is overseen by the University of the State of New York while the entire public school system is managed by the New York City Department of Education. The state's post secondary educational system is under the State University of New York (SUNY). The SUNY system is composed of over 60 community colleges, undergraduate colleges and technical universities. New York also has several notable private colleges and universities like Cornell University, Columbia University, Syracuse University, West Point, and Fordham University (which is also the oldest Catholic University in the country).