About Brookstone Schools
Equipping students for future lives of leadership and service.
A strong foundation established during the kindergarten through eighth-grade years sets a child up for a lifetime of leadership and service. Learn more about our mission
Echoing the Apostle Peter, we seek to equip our students with faith, virtue, and knowledge (2 Peter 1:5). Learn more about our vision
We partner with under-resourced families to educate children spiritually, socially, and academically. Learn more about our values
We seek to equip students with faith, virtue, and knowledge.
At Brookstone, we know that all children bear God’s image. We partner with under-resourced families to educate children spiritually, socially, and academically.
In 1996, a diverse group of concerned citizens came together with a vision to found a non-profit, Christ-centered school in Charlotte’s urban core. Their task was to provide quality education and moral teaching to under-resourced students; their hope was in God’s protection and provision to make it happen.
From a seed planted in prayer, the school opened its doors in 2001 and has blossomed to become a beacon for under-resourced children in Charlotte, NC.
To glorify God by equipping under-resourced students academically, socially, and spiritually for future lives of leadership and service.
To raise up the next generation of leaders from Charlotte to engage their generation for Jesus Christ.
- We believe that the Old and New Testament are inspired by God and are the final authority in faith and life.
- We believe that God in the person of the Holy Spirit convicts, teaches, and empowers those who accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
- We believe that as the body of Christ we are called to serve one another in love.
- We believe that academic excellence equips students to glorify God through the vocation in which they will be led to serve.
- We believe a Christ-centered education will produce the next generation of culture-shaping leaders.
- We believe parents are vital partners in providing the nurture, support, and modeling crucial character formation.
2022-2023 Fast Facts
Enrollment: 217 students
Cost per student: $15,625
Budget: $3.77 million