Visit Us

We can once again welcome visitors to our schools! Contact to schedule an in-person visit. If you are not able to visit us in-person, we hope the below virtual visit will help illustrate why Brooke is different.

Our Schools

Brooke currently serves over 2,000 students, primarily from Boston and Chelsea across our campuses:

  • Brooke Roslindale (grades K-7)
  • Brooke Mattapan (grades K-7)
  • Brooke East Boston (grades K-7)
  • Eighth Grade Academy
  • Brooke High School (grades 9-12)
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Brooke At A Glance

For those unable to schedule an in-person visit, our visitor brochure explores a few of the reasons so many families make the choice to send their scholars to Brooke and why so many teachers choose to build their careers here.

Brooke Visitor Brochure

To hold high expectations for our students,

Each Brooke School Incorporates

See Brooke's Great Teaching in Action

Our instructional resources site features lesson videos and curriculum materials for different subjects. Our available content brings you into classrooms from kindergarten up through 9th grade!

View Our Instructional Resources

In most math classrooms, teachers present a problem, demonstrate the solution and then have the students practice. It’s dubbed the “I do-we do-you do” method of instruction... Not at Brooke. Here, teachers start by presenting a new problem and invite the students to solve it on their own... Then there's a classroom discussion about the different ways students tried to solve it... Ideally, they carry the weight of the instruction, learning from one another.

Richard Whitmire Author and Contributor, The 74 Million

Our New

Brooke High School

Establishing Brooke High School was a critical part of our mission to ensure our scholars’ success in college and beyond. We initially launched Brooke High School in August 2016 with a founding class of 9th graders and a temporary site in Dorchester. Brooke High moved to its new, permanent Mattapan site in August 2018. Our Brooke High model incorporates:

  • A rigorous Advanced Placement (AP) for All program, requiring all students to complete 3 AP courses to graduate
  • An advisory program where teachers and staff work closely with smaller groups of 10-15 scholars
  • Over 30 different enrichment and extracurricular activities, ranging from electives that meet twice per week to a growing number of clubs and sports, and
  • College counseling support, guiding our scholars toward high quality college options with a history of supporting low-income and first-generation students

Our Facility At

Brooke High School Includes


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Have questions? Contact Molly Cole.