Facts & Figures

See what sets us apart

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  • 6:1

    Student-Teacher Ratio School Wide

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  • 30

    Acres of Beautifully Forested Campus in Concord, MA

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  • 31

    Towns Represented in the Greater Boston Area

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  • 100%

    of Students Participate in STEAM Activities

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  • 6

    Hours of Weekly Time Dedicated to Art, Music, and PE

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  • 9

    Interscholastic Athletic Offerings for Students in Grades 6-8

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  • 27%

    of Students Identify as Students of Color

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  • 79%

    of Teachers Have Advanced Degrees in Their Field

News & Events

What’s Happening on Campus

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  • Middle School teacher presents at OER’s national conference

    In August, our Middle School Latin Teacher Maritere Mix was invited to present at the OER conference for Social Studies educators. The conference is run by the Open Educational Resources Project, “a coalition of educators and historians solely focused on boosting student engagement and achievement through transformational social studies programs.” The project is dedicated to providing teachers with high quality curriculum and engaging content to help bring history to life for students. Ms. Mix presented in the track focused on “arguments with evidence.” Her track talk considered ways teachers can help students connect more meaningfully with the past. 
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  • Nashoba Brooks Notions: Penny Boat Challenge

    Are you ready for a design challenge? This week’s Nashoba Brooks Notion invites you to practice the iterative process of design thinking by participating in a STEAM building activity! The challenge is to build multiple versions of a tin foil boat and then test the buoyancy and strength of your boat by adding pennies progressively. Here is a document that explains the challenge and lists the necessary supplies. There is also an optional chart for recording your data and an optional set of reflection questions. We encourage you to work together with your family to build your boats. Good luck!
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  • Nashoba Brooks Notions: Bubbles

    This week’s Nashoba Brooks Notion: bubbles! Kids of all ages enjoy bubbles. By clicking here you can learn how to make your own bubble mixtures, wands, and even a bubble snake like Mr. Bryant!
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  • Announcing Nashoba Brooks Notions: Summer Reads

    We would like to introduce Nashoba Brooks Notions. Each Monday this summer, we will be sharing thoughts, ideas, and activities for families to consider. 
     
    This week's Nashoba Brooks Notion: cloudy summer skies present a wonderful opportunity to curl up with a good book! Click here to check out our PS-8 summer reads.
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  • Earth Day at Nashoba Brooks

    On April 21 and 22, bright and early in the morning, Nashoba Brooks students moved out across the Strawberry Hill campus to celebrate Earth Day.
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