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Matt Damon’s daughters turned down by private arts school in Brooklyn Heights

St. Ann’s doesn’t seem to care about fame

Matt Damon at a "Jason Bourne" photocall in Madrid, Spain.

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You would think it’s a New York private school’s dream to enroll celebrities’ kids, but St. Ann’s in Brooklyn Heights seems to disagree.

After living in LA for three years, Actor Matt Damon is moving back to the Big Apple with his wife Luciana Barroso and their children — Isabella, 10, Gia, 7, and Stella, 5 — and the first thing on the to-do list is finding a school for the girls.

Damon reached out to the esteemed private institution St. Ann’s, with a yearly tuition of $36,080 to $42,555, to enroll his three daughters, but was told that classes for the upcoming academic year are booked. Most schools would be happy to bend the rules for someone as well-known and successful as the “Bourne” star, but not this one.

We say don’t fret, Matt. There are plenty of great schools in NYC.

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