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Brookfield Academy's educators teach children through self-directed learning, exploration, and individualized educational experiences using the practices of Dr. Maria Montessori.
Brookfield Academy's Montessori child care & early education programs include world-class curriculum and knowledgeable child development professionals that meet the needs of children at every age and stage.
Our before & after school and School’s Out programs offer enriching learning and social experiences for school-age children when school is not in session.
Welcome to one of Michigan’s premier Montessori schools. With four campus locations, Brookfield Academy offers the excellence of a private academy and the academic philosophy of a Montessori school. With a 50-year history of educational excellence behind us, we offer proven educational programs for toddlers through elementary school-age children.
Brookfield Academy fosters an environment of individualized education, tailored to each child’s learning style and capabilities. Students thrive in stimulating, specially prepared environments designed to foster natural curiosity and self-confidence. Children graduate from Brookfield Academy with academic excellence, time management, and organizational skills.
Families transferring from a Bright Horizons child care center will receive $100 off the registration fee.
I love the school and staff, they are wonderful!
Our child has been at Brookfield since kindergarten and she’s working way above grade level in reading and doing algebra in third grade. The teachers and principal are excellent and responsive to concerns we express. Two teachers and an aide for 32 kids and small group instruction in reading and math allows for great individualization and close teacher involvement.
We are very happy with the quality of education and the nurturing family environment at Brookfield Rochester. The teachers pay individual attention to the children and the leadership is very responsive to the child’s and parents’ needs.
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