Brooksfield Hosts A Wreath Making Workshop!
New TODDLER Program For The 2016-17 School Year!
Brooksfield is excited to announce that it will be opening up a two year old toddler program beginning this fall for the 2016-17 school year. The program will consist of a 5 day a week schedule with 9am to 12pm, 9am to 3pm and 7:30am to 5:55pm options! Please call/email the admissions office for more information!
New Before/After Care Program Available to Chesterbrook, Haycock and Kent Gardens students!
Brooksfield school will now open up their before and after care program to the local elementary schools including Chesterbrook, Haycock and Kent Gardens. Transportation will be provided. Please call the admissions office for more details!
Now Enrolling for the 2016-17 School Year!
Brooksfield is still accepting applications for the 2016-17 school year! Brooksfield is now accepting children ages 2 to 6 years of age. If you are looking for a school that focuses on advanced academics as well as the arts and the outoors including Spanish, dance, music, art, organic gardening, nutrition and more, please call the admissions office to schedule at tour!
We're In the News
From ArlingtonMagazine.com ....
Mary Anne Duffus is just as enthusiastic about educating children as she was in 1987 when she opened the doors of Brooksfield School. “The school was founded on my love of the comprehensive and successful academic Montessori philosophy as well as providing a creative experience for children to express themselves through imagination and collaboration,” says Duffus of the pre-K through 3rd grade school. “Brooksfield is a safe, loving environment where learning is spontaneous and classrooms feel like home.”
The education at Brooksfield is academically challenging, while including Mindfulness Meditation, music, art, dance, foreign language, robotics, outdoor adventures program, nutrition and organic gardening. “It’s about kids flourishing in a healthy environment where we engage in accelerated learning in stimulating and rewarding ways.”
Set on five acres of fields, gardens and walking trails, the school provides an outdoor sanctuary as an extension to the classrooms. “We nurture the intellectual, social, physical, emotional and spiritual development of our students in expansive and limitless ways,” says Duffus. [LINK to ARTICLE]
Making Blankets for Children’s Hospital
In honor of Universal Children’s Day on Nov. 20, The Brooksfield School, a Montessori school in McLean, wanted to create a sense of community by kids helping kids. Brooksfield worked with students, parents and community members to create no-sew fleece blankets for INOVA Fairfax Children’s Hospital. After a friend of Brooksfield spent the summer battling Leukemia, the school couldn’t think of a better project or recipient than the blankets for the Children’s Hospital.
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