Brook Park School of Environmental Studies

Magnet School of Distinction

Students at Brook Park School of Environmental Studies develop a love and respect of nature as they become strong readers and writers. At Brook Park we are committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment where all of our students will thrive. The Brook Park staff strives to create a cooperative atmosphere where all members of the school community can work together to help students discover, develop and enjoy their unique talents and abilities.

Brook Park insures success for all students through the promotion of cooperative learning, workshop models, child centered instruction, and high expectations.

The 21st Century skills that deal with digital age literacy and inventive thinking are a big part of our students’ day. We strive to teach our students to be self-directed, life-long learners.

Brook Park Excellence

  • Identified by Magnet Schools of America as a national Magnet School of Distinction
  • Students develop and maintain a pond and multiple gardens, including an American Heart Association Teaching Garden, and courtyard
  • An annual environmental fair serves as a culminating event where students showcase the many things they have learned over the course of the school year
  • An on-site Jane Pauley Community Health Center serves the local community, regardless of insurance or income, with an emphasis on integrating medical and behavioral health along with access to various other social services

Extracurricular Activities

Brook Park’s Parent/Faculty Organization enjoys a long history of working in close partnership with teachers and staff on a variety of activities throughout the year. Brook Park students can select from a long list of extracurricular activities in which to participate including Student Council and Running Club.