325Students in Jr-K through Grade 8
More Than 90% of Parents are
7:1 Student to teacher
students of color
of faculty and
parents donate to
the Annual Fund
6 school buildings
on 30 acres
Performance-based math and
English groups and
independent study opportunities
Our K–8 STEAM-based curriculum created with the MIT Edgerton Center
2–3 teachers per class in the Lower School and 12 students on average in Middle School classes
We believe if we challenge ourselves to go beyond—standards, expectations, and the ordinary—so will the children we teach.
At Meadowbrook, rigorous academics go beyond grade level to take children as far as they can go, whether that’s gaining ease in another language, conducting original research, or taking geometry in eighth grade. Here, their talents become excellence. Their passions become life’s work. Their dreams create the future.
Every child is known, loved, and challenged.
Leadership and growth in mind and body.
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Innovation at Meadowbrook is more than robotics and 3D printers. It’s a deliberate mindset of always seeking a better way.
The advantage of a Jr-K through grade 8 school? Every middle schooler is a mentor and a leader, prepared for high school and college success—and so much more.
What we seek to build in our students is precisely what we seek in our educators: a lifelong eagerness to challenge the intellect.
It’s more than offering small classes and individual attention. It’s listening, sharing, and observing on the playground and on the field, in the library and in the lab, at lunch and after school. It’s helping children see who they are and realize their full potential, intellectually and personally.
It’s more than providing advanced curricula and performance-based math, reading, and writing groups for all students. It’s fostering the courage to see a different viewpoint and take on difficult topics with grace and empathy. It’s instilling a lifetime drive to effect change.
To love children is more than caring about them. It’s inspiring them to discover and achieve what they care most deeply about and who they wish to become. It’s focusing on diversity, equity, and true understanding.
Every teacher I ever encountered here ensured that I grew in some way, and that I found some way to be myself. Genesis de los Santos ’11, Harvard ’19