The Campaign for Our Future
WE HAVE REACHED AN EXCITING, TRANSFORMATIVE POINT IN OUR HISTORY.
It’s time to reach as far as we can to match our students’ ever-expanding love of learning, their insatiable curiosity, their limitless creativity, and their vast potential.
It’s time for the space that matches our spirit. Time to construct a place that is as innovative as we are. Time to come together and commit to a vision and a plan for vital, significant growth—so that we can continue to generate the energy that makes us a unique, vibrant community and culture where each child can wholly, purely, and personally flourish.
Welcome to the future of Nashoba Brooks School—a future we will achieve together. Each strategically-grounded, integrated component of this campus build is designed and prioritized to maximize our opportunity to reach farther than ever before, and to accomplish more of the things that truly make us who we are.
EACH STRATEGICALLY GROUNDED, INTEGRATED COMPONENT OF OUR CAMPAIGN IS DESIGNED TO MAXIMIZE OUR OPPORTUNITY AND CONTRIBUTE MEANINGFULLY TO OUR MISSION OF PROVIDING INSPIRED EDUCATION.
The Nashoba Brooks Fund, the endowment, and the Sureau Family Discovery Barn expand our commitment to truly inspired education through innovation, inclusivity, and impact.
A transliteracy platform inspires our students to work in dynamic modes of research, production, and expression in a world where knowledge is perpetually expanding.
A new main entrance will differentiate our campus for families and visitors, and a Middle School Co-Lab will enhance the transformative effect of our Middle School.
A new creative arts platform will showcase visual arts, drama, and music as vital, distinctive elements of our curriculum and our daily lives.
SHILLING STEAM LAB
Strategically located in direct connection to the Denault Library, the steam lab creates an integrated hub for interdisciplinary research, robotics, and mixed-media exploration.
Our three new flex classrooms reclaimed student space strategically located at the center of the School. These beautiful new spaces create opportunities to differentiate instruction in all grades. These classrooms provide the flexibility we need to support enrollment growth and program enhancement while providing high quality learning spaces.
SUREAU FAMILY DISCOVERY BARN The Sureau Family Discovery Barn serves as a launchpad to our outdoor learning environment, enhances our students’ skill development as stewards of our natural world, and provides additional performance and event space for up to 150 guests. Students create obstacle courses for their robotics competitions, study birds from the porch, prepare for a hike and pond study, and explore rhythm and improvisation in a space created to provide program flexibility and connection to the outdoors.
DENAULT LIBRARY COURTYARD
The Denault Library Courtyard renovation brings new life to one of the most magical places on campus. The Denault Library is at the heart of our campus and at the core of all student learning. The extension of the library to the courtyard provides amphitheatre seating for outdoor learning and gathering, cozy nooks for students to curl up with a book, and hardscape and landscape features that enhance the library’s connection to the outdoors.
NEW MAIN ENTRANCE
At Nashoba Brooks School we build and actively maintain an inclusive community in which all students and families experience a sense of belonging, engagement, and recognition. A new main entrance will create a clear and controlled entry point that offers a warm welcome to visitors and community members while enhancing School safety and wayfinding. From the lobby, a renovated east-west passageway will connect to the Wallace Dining Commons and create a sight line to the Discovery Barn and woods. Reception and administrative offices will be centralized and relocated in close proximity to the new entrance creating a public facing space distinct from key teaching and learning areas.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CO-LAB
A Middle School Co-Lab will enhance the cohesion, collaboration and community that are hallmarks of our Middle School program. Middle School students will have a communal space to call their own—to meet for group work, dig deeper into a challenging problem with a teacher, and connect with friends. This flexible, dynamic, developmentally conceived space will strengthen collaboration and creative problem solving in an energetic hub for student life in the Middle School. Strategically located at the entrance to the Middle School, the Co-Lab will include the office of the assistant head of middle school. This axis of activity within our Grade 4 through 8 community will provide a space that defines and highlights the unique character of our Middle School program.
The arts are integral to our daily lives at Nashoba Brooks School. Through the arts, our students develop confidence and a deeper understanding of themselves as individuals. They practice collaboration, push the limits of their comfort zones, and exercise leadership skills. We are excited to work with donors as we reimagine the spaces that house our arts programs. The reimagined arts platform will include:
Visual art and music studio renovations to increase studio, prep, and storage spaces and provide flexibility and deeper exploration of a variety of activities and media.
A Tucker Auditorium renovation will transform the current space by increasing seating flexibility, modernizing technology, and providing flexibility for enhanced and efficient use of space.
Acoustic enhancements of Moriarity Gymnasium will improve the sound quality for larger gatherings such as graduation.
We invite you to join the visionary donors from Phases 1 and 2, who share in our mission and recognize the limitless potential for our future. You can help to enhance and strengthen our community as an inspiring place to learn, lead, and grow.
We would love to discuss the impact of making a gift to The Campaign for Our Future with you. Please contact Director of Development, Jevan Jammal '02, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978.369.4591 ext. 122.
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.