|1||191st St||1 min||0.06 mi|
|A||190th St||6 min||0.29 mi|
|1||181st St||10 min||0.44 mi|
|A||181st St||11 min||0.5 mi|
|1||Dyckman St||11 min||0.51 mi|
|A||Dyckman St-200th St||16 min||0.73 mi|
|A||175th St||18 min||0.79 mi|
|1||207th St||20 min||0.88 mi|
|A||207th St||22 min||0.99 mi|
|A C 1||168th St||24 min||1.09 mi|
|P.S. 048 P.O. Michael J. Buczek||PK - 5||5 min||0.2 mi|
|J.H.S. 143 Eleanor Roosevelt||6 - 8||9 min||0.4 mi|
|Community Health Academy of the Heights||6 - 12||36 min||1.63 mi|
|Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School||PK - 12||9 min||0.4 mi|
Named for a Revolutionary War era fortification, Fort George is truly an epitome of American independence.
In 1776, the American army fought off the Red Coats from Fort George after the pivotal battle of Brooklyn, allowing safe passage for General Washington and his troops to escape to New Jersey and Westchester. It is actually one of five forts built by the Americans with the name Fort George..