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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  • 82%

    of Teachers Have Advanced Degrees in Their Field

News & Events

What’s Happening on Campus

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  • Digging into Identity

    Employees spent much of last week’s professional development day discussing identity—both personal and communal.
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  • A Loving Legacy

    On Saturday,  November 6, the School held an event to officially dedicate the Denault Library Courtyard, the most recent gift in the notable commitment of the Denault family to Nashoba Brooks School.
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  • Liz Joyce Accepted as a 2021-2022 Fellow by NCGS' Global Action Research Collaborative

    Nashoba Brooks' school counselor, Liz Joyce, was accepted as a 2021-2022 fellow by The National Coalition of Girls' Schools' Global Action Research Collaborative. NCGS is an advocacy group that helps connect schools and organizations that educate and empower girls.
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  • Dedicated to Discovery

    On Wednesday, October 20, the School held a dedication event to officially name the Sureau Family Discovery Barn. While the pandemic limited the size of the event, the community looks forward to a larger spring celebration of this compelling new addition to our campus facilities.
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  • Students Celebrate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

    This year our students celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by investigating a myriad of Hispanic and Latinx scholars, writers, and activists. In the first half of the month, students explored fifteen impactful individuals and events,  selected by the Inclusivity Leadership Team (ILT).
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Situated on a beautiful 30-acre campus in historic Concord, Massachusetts, Nashoba Brooks School enrolls all genders in Preschool through Grade 3, and students identifying as girls in Grades 4 through 8. Nashoba Brooks is an independent school designed to build community, character, and confidence in its students.
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