Nashoba Brooks School has created a singular learning environment in its classrooms, labora- tories, and studios, as well as on its stages and playing fields—where the future is taking shape.
In the multi-age, all-gender preschool (starting at age 3), children spend two years being inquisitive and confident learners and community members. The program continues in K–3, where the school encourages discovery and supports the acquisition of essential skills and multicultural perspectives.
In the middle school (grades 4–8), students who identify as female rise to academic challenges while finding opportunities for self-exploration and leadership. Nashoba Brooks scholars learn to answer tough questions, assert well-formed opinions, and meet life’s obstacles with sureness, strength, and a sense of humor. As the community’s oldest students, they model the empathy, resilience, and grit needed to succeed. They become leaders and respected members of the region’s best secondary schools, and in the colleges, universities, and careers they choose.