Nashoba Brooks At-A-Glance

The 20-acre campus includes large athletic fields, a variety of playgrounds, woods with nature trails, and a pond, an apt "green" setting for the friendly arrangement of buildings that open onto balconies, gardens or meadows. Two gyms, two science centers, a dining-meeting commons, and a dedicated arts building with studios and stage are examples of new or renovated spaces.

Accreditations: National Association of Independent Schools; Association of Independent Schools of New England; Member, National Association of Independent Schools and National Coalition of Girls' Schools

Student structure: unique combination of co-ed classes for younger students (Age 3-Grade 3) and single-gender classes for older girls (Grades 4-8), supported by educational research on gender and social/academic development

Location: two miles from the center of Concord, Massachusetts, at
200 Strawberry Hill Road, Concord, MA 01742

Telephone: 978-369-4591

Enrollment: approximately 300 students

Class size: typically, groups of fifteen students; even smaller student-teacher ratio, Kindergarten & Preschool; reflects the commitment to developing each child's fullest potential

Faculty: the team structure emphasizes an integrated curriculum and requires a mastery of subject; approximately 80 percent of current full-time faculty have at least one advanced degree

Transportation: Concord Public School bus service (for Concord residents K-8); parent carpools

Areas served: a wide geographical area, including southern New Hampshire to the north, Wellesley/Natick to the south, Harvard/Groton to the west, and Cambridge to the east

Financial Assistance available (see Admission)