Immanuel Lutheran Church 13445 Hampton Rd, Brookfield, WI53005 Immanuel Lutheran Church is a religious institution offering worship services, educational programs and child care…More services to patrons in the community. The church provides child care during the week, from 6:30am to 6pm year-round, to children from the ages of 6 weeks to 12 years. The school offers a wide-ranging curriculum including the studying of God, computer work, Spanish language, physical education, music and more. Visit the Web site for details on registration or for rates for schooling.
Huckleberry Hill Elementary School 100 Candlewood Lake Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Huckleberry Hill Elementary School, on the Candlewood side of Brookfield, serves children in grades two through four.
Mr. Turtle's School 18 Old Route 7 Unit 8, Brookfield, CT06804 Mr. Turtle's School offers a pre-school program that introduces toddlers to the idea of school. The program provides a…More structured learning environment with music and art related activities, There also is a summer program that offers various classes, focusing on nature, sports, art and other topics.
The Goddard School 1 Production Dr, Brookfield, CT06804 The Goddard School provides education and activity for infants up to the kindergarten age. The school philosophy…More emphasizes the need to learn through playing and interactive activity. The highly trained staff strives to provide a nurturing, loving atmosphere to encourage the physical, emotional and intellectual growth of children ages 6 months to 6 years old. A summer camp is also available. The Goddard school is designed to provide a healthy, safe environment for learning.
Prince of Peace Pre-School 119 Junction Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 Located at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Prince of Peace Pre-School offers programs for children ages 3-5. The…More pre-school program aims to help each child develop physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially. Two- and three-day per week programs are available depending on age and interest.
The cornerstone on Center School on Obtuse Hill reads: "Brookfield School, Erected A.D. 1938."…More Center was then known as the Consolidated School, as the building brought together all the one-room school houses in Brookfield. Even today Center School has the distinction of being the only completely wooden school left in Connecticut. </p>
<p>Presently, Center School is Brookfield children's introduction to school, offering preschool, kindergarten and first grade. Each day approximately 420 children walk through the doors. The faculty includes the principal, 22 classroom teachers, art, music and computer departments and a gym. In addition, the school offers a special education department, a social worker and a school psychologist. Non-certified staff includes office staff, paraprofessionals and custodians. </p>
Christian Life Academy 133 Junction Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 CLA offers a variety of programs for students in preschool, kindergarten and grades one through eight, such as…More junior varsity and varsity girls and boys basketball, health services and supervised trips and community activities. There is also an extended care program before and after school. The academic programs offer a solid education along with opportunity for character development through service to God, home and community.
The Montessori Community school strives to provide high-quality private education, life preparation and exceptional…More childcare for preschool and kindergarten children ages 3 to 6 years old, in Brookfield, Danbury, Ridgefield, Newtown, Bethel, New Milford, Southbury and the surrounding communities.</p>
<p>The school does this by exemplary teaching methods and maintaining a staff certified in Montessori education. The small school of approximately 30 students facilitates individual attention and encouragement. Half and full day programs are available. </p>
St Josephs School 5 Obtuse Hill Rd, Brookfield, CT06804 St. Joseph School is a private, Roman Catholic School for children ages Pre K through 8th grade. The School has been…More recognized for its excellence by being twice selected as a Blue Ribbon nominee by the Department of Education. Currently the school ranks in the top 10 percent in the United States, based on IOWA test scores. There are numerous clubs, activities, and sports for children to become involved in. Members of the parish receive priority selection for admission.
Brookfield High School's administration holds it as their mission to "motivate and inspire all students to become…More responsible, respectful, productive members of the community. All students will learn through a rigorous academic and varied co-curricular experience which holds students accountable while valuing their individual worth."</p>
<p>The school boasts very high graduation rates and almost all students continue with their studies after high school. The athletic program is excellent, with teams making it to the playoffs in their Class-M division in every sport season.</p>
Whisconier Middle School, where Brookfield students go for grades 5 through 8, was transformed from the former…More elementary school in the early 1970s. The school's curriculum and atmosphere are based around their mission statement: "We at Whisconier Middle School will respect ourselves and one another, appreciate individual differences and encourage one another to reach our potential," which can be found posted all around the building.</p>
<p>"These are the toughest years for a kid," according to Principal Deane Renda, "They develop their personality, their group of friends—they kind of find their niche." While tending to the students' personal development, the school's academic focus is on preparing children for the future. "The most important job is to develop habits for the High School," Renda explained, "Developing responsibility, study habits and time-management skills." This is achieved, according to Renda, by keeping kids interested in what they're learning and streamlining the curriculum through all four schools.</p>