Student Programs

Pathways Program

Beginning the 8th grade year, Brookstone’s Pathways Program assists and empowers parents and students by providing information concerning expectations, requirements, and processes in the transition from middle school to high school.

With our small class size and caring staff, we are able to calm fears and provide encouragement in our weekly one-on-one and group counseling sessions, as students are guided through the high school application process.   The program also provides a trip to a selective private high school where students are exposed both to the expectations for prospective students and a day-in-the-life of the school campus

What might first appear overwhelming and intimidating is made a positive and successful experience as we ultimately pursue the best match for our students.  Through prayer and partnership, we provide our students and parents with all the tools necessary to make an informed decision and choose a school that is the best fit.

Read more about students after graduation here.

High School Placement

From 2014-2021, Brookstone graduated 79 students who have attended area public, private, charter or magnet schools:
  • Public Schools—51% (40 students)
  • Private Schools—38% (30 students)
  • Charter or Magnet Schools—11% (9 students)

Brookstone students have been accepted into some of the top private schools in Charlotte, which include Cannon School, Carmel Christian, Charlotte Christian, Charlotte Latin, Covenant Day, Gaston Day, and Hickory Grove.

Here are our 2021 Graduates and the high schools they are attending:

Ramielle Broadway Covenant Day School
Julia Bya Covenant Day School
Chrishelle Davis Hickory Grove Christian School
Jenny Eban North Mecklenburg High School
Ricky Enuol Y Covenant Day School
Leiani Gibbs North Mecklenburg High School
Blake Hurt Philip O. Berry Academy of Technology 
Dwayne Kea Cabarrus Charter School
Christian Masiyiwa Carmel Christian School
Collin Massey Hickory Grove Christian School
Egypt Maxwell-Wright Charlotte Christian School

 

After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) 

Overview
ASEP offers homework help, academic enrichment, and Wednesday essential programming. Each day includes snack time, homework assistance, and fun activities. Students have 60 minutes of homework time unless they are participating in essential  programs on Thursdays.  Essential programs are provided for each age group, with three different programs that run each quarter.

Days and Times
3-5pm every school day, except for days with noon dismissals.

Cost
$150 per family

Availability
Spots are limited per grade on a first-come, first-served. If spots are filled, we will place your name on a waiting list.

Summer Camp

Brookstone Learning and Adventure Camp: Five weeks of fun, games, learning, field trips, and continued support during the summer months. Our mission is to glorify God by offering a program of academic excellence that will equip under-resourced students spiritually, academically, and socially for lives of future leadership and service. This unique camp is a collaborative effort involving local churches, teachers, and dedicated volunteers. Apply now at the button below or by clicking here!

Morning Learning:

Allows students the opportunity to practice their math and reading skills, which enables children to avoid the “summer slide” academically and to stay on target for the upcoming school year.

Afternoon Enrichment & Fun:

Programming provided by local churches, which includes a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, tennis, soccer, kickball, and other outdoor games, as well as engaging Bible instruction.

Questions or additional information regarding Summer Camp?
Please email raykale.jackson@brookstoneschools.org.

 

The Details

Ages:
New and existing Brookstone students who are rising Kindergarten – 8th grade

Camp Dates:
June 14 – July 15

Time:
Monday – Thursday
8:00am – 4:30pm

Cost:
$150 for 5 weeks of camp, lunch included
$75 for 2nd child
$35 for each additional child

Before/After Camp Care:
7:30 – 8:00am
and/or
4:30 – 5:30
$50 for first child in the family and $25 per child after that

What to Bring to Camp:
Summer attire and comfortable sneakers

Give your child a top-notch,
Christ-centered education.

You don’t have to settle for a school with poor academics and values that don’t align with yours. Instead, empower them to live the lives they were created for.

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