Programs and Academics
At Brookview, we want children to experience a nurturing environment that supports each individual child in building a foundation for life-long learning. We provide an atmosphere where teachers use appropriate curriculum to challenge the child and create internal, instinctive and permanent understanding through interactions with materials and real life experiences.
Brookview provides rigorous, integrated Montessori instruction with four areas of emphasis that are woven into the curriculum: Spanish, the Arts, Diversity, and the Environment. Led by their own curiosity and guided by their teachers, our students engage in inquiry, investigation and discovery.
For 35 years, Brookview has offered children:
- A stimulating hands-on experiential curriculum based on the well-established areas of Montessori education - practical life, sensory-motor development, language, mathematics, science and history/culture and geography.
- A challenging academic program enriched by classes in Spanish, music, art, cooking, nature study, lifetime fitness, culture/geography, field experiences and a community service program.
- An opportunity for older students to participate in an international exchange program.
- A set of guiding principles of behavior based on the universal values of respect, grace and courtesy, self-discipline and peaceful conflict resolution.
Learn more about Brookview's programs:
Infant (6 weeks to 18 months)
Toddler (18 months to 3 years)
Primary (3 years to 6 years)
Elementary (6 to 11 years)
The Arts (art, music, Spanish)
Special Initiatives (culture, slow snack, etc.)