Take the 360 Virtual Campus tour and explore our classrooms and school grounds!
Our Beautiful Campus
Our campus is located at 6115 Riverside Blvd., with convenient freeway access in the “Little Pocket” neighborhood in Sacramento. It is situated on a 5 acre parcel, with mature oak trees and plenty of space for our students to enjoy field sports and outdoor play. The Brookfield School campus was designed by the local architectural firm, Mogavero Notestine Associates. This architectural firm is highly regarded for designing innovative and beautiful projects throughout the Sacramento region. Best of all, the campus now accommodates a preschool for children aged 2-4!
Click on the links below to tour the exterior and interior of our campus! View an example of our beautiful school quad.
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The 360 Experience
Click on the links below to get an inside 360 Virtual Tour and Photos to each one of our classrooms.
1st Grade Class
2nd Grade Class
3rd Grade Class
4th Grade Class
Middle School Math
Middle School Science
Middle School English
Middle School History
Is Brookfield a School for Only Gifted Students?
At Brookfield, we believe that “giftedness” is within every child. Yes, our academic program is very rigorous, and students who demonstrate high aptitude for traditional academics tend to be our highest performers; however, any child who works hard and receives the necessary support from home will achieve at a higher level at Brookfield than at other schools. This is due to an atmosphere of high expectations, excellent teaching, enriched curriculum, small class sizes, and a safe environment free from bullying and disruptive behavior. At Brookfield, it is cool to be smart. Students experience “positive peer pressure” to do their best.
Our 21st century global environment still requires us to use many of our old skills, but in new ways. What is Brookfield doing to address this?
People still need to perform to a high standard individually, but they also need to work cooperatively in problem solving with groups of people who have different strengths. Communication and teamwork skills have become essential for success, as have flexibility and the ability to quickly adapt to change. Group projects are exercises in communication, teamwork, and learning to work with people. Group projects are introduced gradually as students demonstrate individual competence, ensuring the environment does not fall into an undirected exercise without focus or goals. Interdisciplinary, theme based projects continue to draw on a broader range of students’ skills as they grow.
Why choose Brookfield?
What does The School do for developing the values and character of children?
Brookfield offers an outstanding foundation in academic training as well as reinforcement in the traditional values held by time-tested educational institutions. It is a non-sectarian school that fosters the formation of intellect with character. Teachers encourage students to model respectful citizenship and to promote attitudes necessary for a positive learning environment. Personal responsibility and organization are emphasized through the daily preparation of one’s work. Mutual respect and the common courtesies of “please” and “thank you” are encouraged, as is good sportsmanship. The Brookfield culture helps students develop perseverance and self-discipline in the learning process. The honor code provides a base for each student to perform with the knowledge and integrity that the work is his or her personal best without the influence of others.
With such small class sizes, what kind of social experience can I expect for my child?
Since so many students spend the first nine years of their school together, many of the friendships that develop among classmates are often life long. Throughout the years, students participate in a variety of activities together outside of the school environment. Some students are neighbors and others play in the same sports groups. Students frequently develop friendships with siblings of their classmates because of common interests and activities and children often cross over grade levels to play together in the after school program.
Why do the students wear uniforms?
Experience has shown that students have a better focus on studies when they are not overly concerned with dress. Stylish fads can be distracting and expensive, particularly among students in middle school. The uniforms are simple, practical, and economical. Students are expected to wear the uniform each day and to abide by the school’s dress code regarding neatness and general cleanliness.